Monthly Archives: January 2015

Lock Down – Feedback

Sutherland Campus Students & Employees,

The Campus Security Team thanks you for your participation in the Lock Down Drill today. Overall the drills were successful but we are always looking for ways to improve our procedures and messaging.

If you have any feedback related to your experiences during the Lock Down Drill please share it with us by email us at: security@flemingcollege.ca

Please be sure to clearly state the following in your message:

  1. The area or room you were in during the drill.
  2. The concern or improvement that you feel is needed.

If you reported a deficiency or concern during the September drill there is no need to report it again. We will compile feedback from this drill  with the feedback we received from the September drill and use that to adjust our plans and procedures.

Lock Down Drill Reminder

Sutherland Campus Students & Employees,

This is a reminder from Campus Security Services that there will be a Lock Down Drill this morning, 29 January, at the Sutherland Campus.

Please review the emergency procedures posted around campus or click on this link to the Emergency Procedures Section of our website. https://department.flemingcollege.ca/security/emergency-procedures/

If you find yourself in an open space (hallway, cafeteria, learning commons etc.) or in an room that you are unable to secure for any reason you should consider moving to a more secure location or exit the building if you can do so safely.

The purpose of these drills is to raise awareness of emergency procedures among members of the College Community and to make you think about what you would do in an emergency but no procedure or drill can cover every possible circumstance.

During any emergency people should:

1.       Assess their situation.
2.       Consider your options.
3.       Take the safest course of action.