If this call is unanswered, police should be called on 000. A further attempt to call campus security should then be made.
On arrival at the scene the attending campus security/emergency response officer will take control until the arrival of police.
Campus security/emergency response will confirm the presence of a victim and if appropriate commence first aid. Otherwise the area should be secured until the arrival of police and the emergency response plan activated.
The person notifying security of the incident should remain close to the scene (under supervision of campus security/emergency response) until the arrival of police.
Activation of the emergency response plan
Campus security/emergency response will notify the University Emergency Response Coordinator (Manager Security) who will develop a situation report and notify the Critical Incident Manager.
The Critical Incident Manager will determine the need for activation of the Critical Incident Management Plan.
If the victim is a student and is found in a university residence, the Residential Emergency Plan will be activated.
Irrespective of where the student is found the Welfare Officer will be notified.
If the student is an overseas student, the International Programs Office will be notified and the O/S emergency response will be activated.
If the victim is a staff member, the Director People and Culture will be notified and the P&C response activated.
In all circumstances those affected by the death should be offered access to Counselling Services.