The safety and security of our staff and students is the primary concern of MacEwan University Security Services. Our program includes 24/7 surveillance and response by a dedicated security team and a comprehensive Emergency Response Plan in the event of a serious incident such as fire, severe weather or threats to personal safety. Emergency Blue Phones are located throughout the various campuses and parkades; these connect directly to the Security dispatch office which is continuously monitored. Our commitment to safety was recognized by the City of Edmonton, who presented us with a Safety Recognition Award which acknowledged our efforts in using CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) principles and techniques in the design of the City Centre Campus underground parkade. Several of these features were also incorporated into the design of the City Centre Campus West Parkade.
Violence on Campus: Prevention and Response
Violent acts can happen on the street, in airports, shopping malls, schools, at work and even in our own home. It is important to recognize when we are in danger of being harmed and to be able to act to prevent a violent episode or to survive if we are caught in a violent occurrence.
Report a workplace violence concern
1. Report the concern to your immediate supervisor
2. Discuss possible solutions with the supervisor
3. Complete the Health and Safety Concern Report and submit to Workplace Health and Safety (WHS), Human Resources
4. Review and follow up led by WHS
If you have any questions, please contact Security Services at 780-497-5554.
Note: Policy, program and forms are located on the Human Resources Health, Safety and Environment page on myPortal.MacEwan.ca
Violence on Campus Awareness eLearning Course
The Violence on Campus Awareness Course is offered to the university community as a proactive way to work toward our goal of building a safe and inviting community that does not tolerate any form of violence. This course, available online to all employees and students, provides information on workplace violence and how to report a concern or incident.
You can self-enrol in the Violence on Campus Awareness eLearning course.
Shooter on Campus: Know You Can Survive
MacEwan University is one of a number of Alberta post-secondary institutions who have collaborated to create Shooter on Campus: Know You Can Survive, a nine-minute video which provides students and staff with the best information available about how to respond to an active shooter situation.