Liverpool Hope University is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all staff, students and visitors. To ensure your time here as a student is a pleasant, safe experience we have provided information and guidance to help you during your studies. In addition to the guidance the University provides it is also expected that students themselves will follow the information, instruction and training provided and adhere to the policies and procedures that are developed for your own protection.
All students must:
0151 291 3800 (Hope Park Campus)
0151 291 3700 (Creative Campus)
0151 727 7262 (Aigburth Park)
Always contact the Security Lodge first in the event of an medical emergency.
If you discover or suspect a fire, within halls of residence or in any other University building, irrespective of the size of the fire you should:
If the fire alarm activates whilst you are in halls of residence or any other University building, then you should always:
All Campus Operative are first aid trained and can provide assistance for minor injuries. In the event of a medical emergency or illness that may require an ambulance all students must contact the Security Lodge first using the emergency contact number:
Hope Park Campus - 0151 291 3800 or Ext. 3800 from any internal phone.
Creative Campus - 0151 291 3700 or Ext. 3700 from any internal phone
Aigburth Park - 0151 727 7262 or 0 from any internal phone.
Accident Reporting - All accidents, incidents and near misses must be reported, accident report forms are available online or from Resident Tutors or the Security Lodges.
For all students living in University Halls of Residence health and safety is an important part of ensuring living on campus is a happy experience. The Student Health and Safety Guide for 2015-2016 has been produced by the University to provide information and advice on the following topics:
Living away from home
Medical and Welfare Assistance
Fire Safety Information
First Aid arrangements
Additional information regarding electrical appliances and PAT testing can be found within the terms and conditions of your Student Accommodation contract.
If you would like further information about any of the above topics or wish to speak to someone direct please contact the Accommodation Office or the University's Support and Wellbeing team.
All buildings on campus are inspected regularly and maintained to an excellent standard however hazards and defects can sometimes occur and within halls of residence these are likely to cause an accident or injury to yourself or others. If you spot a problem within your bedroom, corridor, kitchen, bathroom, stairwell or entrance to the building that you think may need attention then please contact the Estates Department Helpdesk on extension 3185 or report the fault via the online helpdesk.
Liverpool is one of the UK's safest city's but you should still check out the following for useful hints and tips:
NUS Student Safety Guide - Personal Safety, Accommodation Security, Crime Prevention Tips and Online Safety