Nord Anglia Education
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Nord Anglia
07 September, 2018

Health and safety update

Health and safety update As part of our ‘Emergency Plan’ we have been practicing certain procedures with our students over the past couple of weeks. We have now had a notified Evacuation Drill and a Lockdown Drill. These are both systems which enable us to manage different types of emergency situation with a large volume of children and adults on campus. We will continue to refine and develop these over time.

As part of our ‘Emergency Plan’ we have been practicing certain procedures with our students over the past couple of weeks. We have now had a notified Evacuation Drill and a Lockdown Drill. These are both systems which enable us to manage different types of emergency situation with a large volume of children and adults on campus. We will continue to refine and develop these over time.

You may also have noticed on visiting campus this week that we have some new Air Quality signs up around campus in various strategic locations. We now have our own Air Quality Meters that can help us to monitor the quality of air around the campus. This will give us clear, very localised information to help us manage any future changes in air quality.

In addition to this we now have Lightning Meters for our PE team to help and assess potential likelihoods of lightning strikes when students are out in open spaces.

To support us as a community with any possible emergency mass communication, we now have an SMS system in place. We will be doing a ‘test’ in the coming weeks, so look out! Make sure we have an up to date copy of your current mobile number in our system.

Further information will be following later this Semester on the development of our new access systems at each gate. In the meantime, our new security team from GSS have been busy getting acquainted here at Northbridge, helping us all to stay safe as a school and residential community.

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