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The safety of students continues to be a top priority at SUSU, and we have lots to update you on when it comes to Covid safety, anti-spiking measures and getting you home safely. We encourage everyone to be vigilant, and stay safe.
Take a look at our updates below to find out more:
Our final Vybe in The Cube will continue to go ahead on Friday 10 December. We want to make sure everyone’s experience at Vybe is as safe as possible, so we are putting extra safety measures in place and we’ve asked students attending to follow … Read the rest
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During the festive season you may find you are celebrating in the city, partying with friends, or maybe you are studying late into the evening. Whatever the reason, if you are staying out late make sure you have a plan for travelling around the city and getting home. We have some helpful info below to guide you…
The Union’s Safety Bus is available every evening from 21:00 during term time, on the Redbrick outside Building 42, Highfield Campus. Our team will drop you off right at your door for just £1.50 if you live within 3 miles of … Read the rest
Tags: charging points, Radio Taxis, safe, safety, Safety Bus, stay safe, unilink
The Union and the University take health and safety very seriously and together we work hard to make sure everyone is safe on campus.
But as you know, the University is a busy place and occasionally accidents do happen. In these rare incidences, it’s important to make sure you tell the right people as quickly as possible – this means we can stop it from happening again to anyone else. This is particularly important in light of the current building works on Salisbury Road car parks.
What to do if you are involved in or witness an incident:
The University’s … Read the rest
Tags: building works, campus, car park, hazards, health, incidents, injuries, maintenance, projects, report, safety
Don’t worry, be happy.
Accessing the help you need can sometimes be a challenge. You may not know where to go, or even that the service exists. We are lucky to have hundreds of support services available to you at our Union and externally and we have brought them all together in one place so you can find out everything you need to know about how to access them.
Join us on Wednesday 30 November for No Worries Wednesday. We have asked the following local support services to join us in a fayre on the Concourse and Redbrick between 10:00-15:00 … Read the rest
Tags: advice, Advice Centre, Concourse, confidential, fayre, friendly, help, information, No Worries Wednesday, Redbrick, safety, services, support
As you know, we recently overhauled our brand to become Union Southampton – so what better time to give our Safety Buses a makeover too?!
Each bus in our existing fleet has done in excess of 95k in the last five years, so we thought it was high time we let them have a rest! So we’ve acquired five brand spanking new buses that will be driving our way in the first week of August.
All five of our new buses are 15 seaters and are blue in colour to match the WSA Shuttle Bus. They are all equipped with … Read the rest
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It is important to maintain you and your friends personal safety around campus and halls. Please keep in mind the following safety tips:
- #TakeAMate – Avoid walking home alone at night, walk with a friend
- Avoid dark alleyways and always walk along main roads that are well lit
- Book a registered taxi company (or the safety bus on journeys back from Highfield). We work in partnership with Radio Taxis on the Safe Taxi Scheme, where you can get home safely even when you don’t have any money on you.
- Notify security at your halls of residence if you see
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Tags: #takeamate, advice, News, safety, Safety Bus, support, update, Winchester, WSA
Approved at Union Council last Monday, we will be holding a referendum on Friday 30th October for students to decide whether they want the Hartley Library at Highfield campus to be open 24 hours a day, year-round.
In response to the increased student intake and in order to ‘reduce library overcrowding’, the University has planned to begin 24-hour opening of the Hartley Library from 2 November 2015 to 5 June 2016. The referendum is a response to the lack of student consultation carried about by the University. The last student consultation on a 24-hour library was run in 2013, when … Read the rest
Tags: 24 hour opening, democracy, forum, Hartley Library, inclusive, library overcrowding, opinion, referendum, safety, Sam Bailey, student intake, student led, students, Students Union, Union Council, University of SOuthampton, vote, welfare