Guidance for the emergency evacuation of people requiring assistance from University buildings.
The University has a responsibility to ensure that all people who use or visit its buildings, are able to evacuate safely in an emergency. Individuals who would need assistance to evacuate may require a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP).
The information on this page covers the PEEP process, associated roles and responsibilities, as well as the University's provisions for assisted evacuation which incudes Temporary Waiting Spaces and Recovery Teams.
Guidance, flow charts and videos
In depth guidance, flow charts and video on the PEEP process and arrangements
Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan templates for students, staff and visitors
Roles and Responsibilities
The roles and responsibilities of those involved in Assisted Evacuation, including the development and implementation a PEEP
Temporary Waiting Spaces (Refuge Space)
Information on Temporary Waiting Spaces
Campus specific Response Team arrangements
General guidance on evacuation methods
General guidance for staff and students on evacuation methods