Getting to the University of Sydney:
Parking at the University of Sydney:
Personal safety on campus
On campus traffic hazards
The University has an internal traffic speed limit of 25 km per hour.School groups are required to cross roads at the designated pedestrian crossings and assemble in areas away from roads and other vehicle traffic.
Access to University facilities
The guests (teachers and students) associated with this event are only permitted to access the booked venues and the public spaces of the University.
Areas displaying the "Authorised entry only" signage contain specific hazards. No person is permitted to enter these spaces without permission and direct supervision by the University supervisor of the area.To view "Authorised Entry Only" signage click here
Direct supervision of students must be provided by the participating schools at all times. Students must arrive on campus and leave the campus with their school group.
Disruptive students may be asked to leave the venue or University, with teacher supervision.
Venue room capacities
All University venues have specific maximum room capacity and must not be exceeded. No one is permitted to sit or stand on the stairs or passageways within lecture theatres.
What to do in an Emergency
Evacuation Plans & Emergency Signage
Download evacuation plans for venues that may be used during the HSC History Study Days click here
This includes an explanation of the alarm tones and the generic emergency instructions for those buildings. The staff leading each session must be familiar with the emergency procedures for the venue and take responsibility for directing the participants as required.
First aid procedures are in place at the Universityhttp://sydney.edu.au/whs/emergency/firstaid.shtml
Contact the Security Patrol (Phone. 9351-3333) for assistance.
University Health Service
Any incidents that occur during or in association with the event must be reported to Security Patrol (Phone. 9351-3333).
Refer to "General Campus Safety Information", "Venue Access & Supervsion" and "Emergency Procedures" detailed above.