Actions to take during an emergency at Massey

Common Emergencies

The immediate actions of what to do in common emergencies is available from printed coloured flip charts which are available on each campus:

Massey Emergency Procedures Flip Chart 2014.pdf (927 KB)

Additional Earthquake Advice

Additional Information on what to do in an Earthquake: view this video

Pandemic

Personal Health and Safety Precautions

New Zealand has been in a management phase of swine flu H1N1 pandemic since June/July 2009. As winter approaches the number of people visiting doctors with influenza symptoms is increasing. The key steps staff and students should take are:

  • Phone for medical advice quickly (GP or Healthline) if you are sick to be assessed for antiviral medicine treatment
  • Wash and dry hands frequently, cover coughs and sneezes and stay home if you are sick.
  • More details about these key messages is available in Personal Health and Safety Precautions.
  • If you, your family, or flatmates are sick with influenza, particularly if you have underlying health conditions, or if your condition worsens, get health advice by calling your GP or Healthline on 0800 611 116.

Information for Students

Student specific information on Health and Safety Precautions, available here.

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