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Residents' Safety and Health

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The University is committed to ensuring the safety and health of all residents living at the hostels. All residents are required to read the procedures with respect to fire and other emergencies and health related information as indicated below.

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A. Procedures in Handling Emergencies

We highly recommend that residents should be familiar with the emergency procedures during fire and other emergencies to ensure residents' safety in cases of unexpected incidents.

  1. Fire

    What to Do in Case of Fire

  2. Other Emergencies

    Other emergencies such as injury / serious sickness of person(s), crimes, person(s) trapped in lift or any other life / property threatening incidents may occur. In such cases, stay calm and call our reception at 2301 2301, or ext. "0", for assistance. If the situation demands, we may request assistance from the Police, Fire Services Department and/or ambulance. When calling for help, you should report clearly:

    2.1 The location of the incident;
    2.2 The nature of the incident with brief description;
    2.3 The information if any person(s) is / are injured in the incident;
    2.4 Your name, location and contact telephone number.
     

    If there is an injured person, do not move him / her or conduct first aid unless you have been trained to perform such exercises.

    In any case, your own safety comes first. If your safety is jeopardized by staying at the place where the incident happens, leave the place or the premises immediately and stay at a safe place for assistance.

    For more information relating to the handling of emergencies, please refer to the website of the Environmental Health and Safety Unit

B. Mind Your Health

The following are some useful tips for your health and information on public or private medical institutions in Hong Kong:

  1. Be Vigilant Against Flu
  2. Medical Information (information of medical institutions in the vicinity)

A. Procedures in Handling Emergencies

We highly recommend that residents should be familiar with the emergency procedures during fire and other emergencies to ensure residents’ safety in cases of unexpected incidents.

  1. Fire

    What to Do in Case of Fire (Chinese version only)
  2. Other Emergencies

    Other emergencies such as injury / serious sickness of person(s), crimes, person(s) trapped in lift or any other life / property threatening incidents may occur. In such cases, stay calm and call our security counter at Carlson Court at 2716 1988, or, use the telecom in the flat for communication. If incident occurs at mid-night between 2 am to 7 am, please call / approach the residents’ representatives for assistance or call the University Security Control at 3411 7777. If the situation demands, we may request assistance from the Police, Fire Services Department and / or ambulance. When calling for help, you should report clearly: 

    2.1 The location of the incident;
    2.2 The nature of the incident with brief description;
    2.3 The information if any person(s) is / are injured in the incident;
    2.4 Your name, location and contact telephone number.

    If there is an injured person, do not move him / her or conduct first aid unless you have been trained to perform such exercises.

    In any case, your own safety comes first. If your safety is jeopardized by staying at the place where the incident happens, leave the place or the premises immediately and stay at a safe place for assistance.

    For more information relating to the handling of emergencies, please refer to the website of the Environmental Health and Safety Unit.

B. Mind Your Health

The following are some useful tips for your health and information on public or private medical institutions in Hong Kong:

  1. Be Vigilant Against Flu
  2. Medical Information (information of medical institutions in the vicinity) (Chinese version only)