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Safety and security

SafeUSC

See something, say something.

If you're in an emergency or want to report an incident, use these contacts.

Contacts   Telephone Email

Emergency Services

Emergency or critical injury

Then SafeUSC for immediate support and to direct Emergency Services vehicles

000

07 5430 1168

 

SafeUSC

Immediate assistance and First Aid

Security matters, access and safety escorts

SafeUSC are available 24hrs a day

07 5430 1168

security@usc.edu.au

General enquiries and support

For advice, assistance and support if you or someone you know is affected by something concerning.

07 5456 3864  safe@usc.edu.au
SafeUSC services
  • Emergency response / immediate assistance
  • Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) for staff or students requiring assistance to evacuate a building in an emergency, contact SafeUSC for a template
  • First Aid
  • Safety escorts on campus, eg late-night escort to your car
  • Consults, support and advice for matters relating to personal safety
  • Advice, support or reporting around concerns about student safety and behaviour
  • Support and information about reporting concerning behaviours, including bullying, harassment and discrimination
  • Connection and referral to other support services
  • Building access
  • SafeZone app support
SafeUSC security officers
Campus safety
SafeUSC community officers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for emergency response, first aid, safety escorts and personal safety.
SafeZone app

USC uses SafeZone to manage emergency response and communications during incidents on campus. The app connects you with the SafeUSC team or emergency services.

Seek support or tell us about your concerns
Seek support and advice from SafeUSC specialist services if you or someone you know is experiencing concerning behaviours