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Dial: '000' for Fire, Ambulance, Police or
Dial: '000' or '112from a mobile phone or
Dial: Ext '400' for CSU Security
Should you discover a fire...
Note 1. Power can be left 'on' to airconditioning systems to provide for clean air as these benefits outweigh the negative effects of feeding the fire.
Record details of any bomb threat using the Phone Threat Checklist at the rear of your laminated 'Building Emergency Procedure' or from the links provided on this page.
(eg aircraft crash, multiple vehicle crash, structural collapse, or explosion occurring on your site or campus)
(eg aircraft crash, multiple vehicle crash, structural collapse, or explosion adjacent to your site or campus)
DRSABCD action plan
In an emergency call triple zero (000) for an ambulance
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