Cambrian College Plans Lockdown Drill at its Barrydowne Campus

Posted on Thursday March 14, 2013
John Hammill, Cambrian’s Safety and Security Services Manager

In a continuing effort to enhance personal safety and emergency readiness on campus, Cambrian College is planning its first lockdown drill of the year, which will be held on March 21, 2013, at 9:45 a.m. at its Barrydowne campus.

 

“This drill will involve the entire campus, including staff, students, faculty, contractors, and visitors,” said John Hammill, Cambrian’s Safety and Security Services Manager. “We introduced lockdown drills in 2011 to make sure that students, staff, faculty and visitors are familiar with emergency procedures and to test all of our internal communications tools. After each drill, campus security, lockdown observers, and safety officers evaluate the College’s response to improve our level of preparedness in the event of a situation requiring a campus-wide lockdown.  We conduct this exercise often, recognizing the need to prepare people who may be working, studying, or living on campus, including new students, staff, faculty and visitors.”

 

All faculty, staff, and students will remain on campus during the drill and will be informed of the lockdown exercise before it happens. Visitors will be advised of the drill through signage posted on exterior doors and through the College information monitors.

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Reference:

Lynn Bulloch

Communications Officer

College Advancement

705-566-8101, extension 6375

lynn.bulloch@cambrianinternational.ca

 

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Bartolucci announces geriatrics research chair in Sudbury

Posted on Thursday March 14, 2013
Dr. Francisco Diaz-Mitoma, CEO and Scientific Director, Advanced Medical Research Institute of Canada (AMRIC); Rick Bartolucci, Sudbury MPP, Dr. Janet McElhaney, HSN Volunteer Chair in Geriatric Research, Medical Lead-Seniors Care, HSN; Cliff Richardson, President, HSN Volunteer Association; Dr. Denis Roy, President and CEO, HSN

Sudbury – Geriatric health research in Sudbury is getting a substantial boost with a $598,185 investment from the provincial government,Sudbury MPP Rick Bartolucci announced today.

 

The province’s Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation(NOHFC), is supporting the HSN …

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