Monash Evacuation Exercise
Date: Wednesday 2 October 2019
Time: 10:30 - 11:30 am
Location: Clayton campus
UPDATE: Wednesday 2 October, 11.05am
The evacuation exercise at Clayton campus has now concluded. We thank you for your support during this time. University operations have resumed.
Didn’t get an SMS? That means you need to update your mobile number.
STAFF: Visit the Monash Employee Self Service (ESS) and follow these steps:
- Click on the ‘Employee Services’ tab
- Click on ‘Personal Profile’
- Look for the ‘Communication’ heading. If we have your mobile number, it will display here.
- Edit the phone number by clicking the pencil icon.
- If your mobile number isn’t displaying, click ‘Add’ next to the heading ‘Communication’ and then select ‘Mobile Phone’.
STUDENTS: Access WES to update your mobile number and follow the steps.
UPDATE: Wednesday 2 October, 10.45am
We are currently in the process of evacuating the occupants of the buildings outlined below to the Lemon Scented Lawn.
UPDATE: Wednesday 2 October, 9.30am
Specific locations affected:
18 Innovation walk
25 Rainforest Walk
Central Science Block
19 Rainforest Walk
Biological Sciences S7-S8
21 Rainforest Walk
Biology - First Year
23 Rainforest Walk
17 Rainforest Walk
15 Rainforest walk
10 College Walk
Microbiology & Biological Sciences
12 Innovation Walk
Refer to the Clayton Campus map for details on the location of these buildings.
Tuesday 1 October, 3pm
As part of the University’s crisis management and recovery policy, Monash is conducting an evacuation exercise at Clayton campus between 10.30-11.30am on Wednesday 2 October 2019 to test and review its incident response procedures.
Teaching and research activities will be impacted for around an hour and affected faculties have been notified of the exercise in advance. No further disruption is anticipated and operations outside the test area will continue as normal.
For those students and staff based at Clayton campus who are part of the University’s SMS alert service, you will receive an SMS to advise of the exercise taking place, and a further message once it has finished.
If you have feedback or questions about the evacuation exercise, please contact Ian Henderson, CMR Program Coordinator, Buildings and Property Division. (email@example.com)