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Emergency procedures

Bond University Emergency procedures

Bond University has plans and processes in place to ensure the safe evacuation of all staff, students and visitors to the campus.

It is important for all students, especially those with a mobility or other impairment, to familiarise themselves with the University’s emergency procedures.

There are many reasons why an area of campus could be evacuating. Listening to those persons who are appropriately trained and following their instructions will ensure a safe exit from the respective building out into the designated evacuation assembly point.


People who have a mobility or other impairment, which would impact on their safe and speedy evacuation, have an obligation to communicate the nature of their disability to their Accommodation Senior Resident Fellow (if applicable) and/or their lecturers prior to any emergency event requiring evacuation.

Emergency Officers

During an emergency, emergency officers will assist a person with a disability to the best of their ability. The person with a disability may be directed to a landing or a fire isolated staircase with an emergency officer or other responsible person until they are evacuated by the Emergency Services.

If you have any queries regarding emergency procedures, contact:

Manager, Work Health & Safety
Tel. +61 7 5595 4103

Aerial view of Bond University campus

There are seven evacuation assembly points on Bond University's main campus and one at the Bond Institute of Health & Sport.

To view the Bond University Evacuation Map, click the button below: