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  • 1. Be safe tips
    personal Security & safety programs
    Prepare for you by Faheem
  • 2. Safety in public places
    Avoid walking alone and using shortcuts through unfamiliar, deserted areas
    Look confident and be aware of your surroundings when walking alone
    Travel in well-lit areas and away from bushes, doorways and buildings
    If you have to stay late, move your car closer to a building and by a well-lit area
    Have your keys ready so you can enter your car or residence quickly
    Check in and under your vehicle before entering
    Lock your car as soon as you enter or leave it
    Keep windows and sunroof closed
  • 3. Safety indoors
    Be aware of your surroundings, particularly the general public layout, exits, rooms and offices
    Be alert in confined spaces such as washrooms and stairwells
    Before you leave an area, check for strangers
    Have a friend join you if you plan to stay late
    Sign in with the Work Alone program; a security guard will periodically check with you
    Be alert
    Don't use headsets that distract you from paying attention to your surroundings
    Use exits closest to your mode of transportation
    Don't leave a purse, computer or other possession out of your sight, even for a short time; mark personal items with your initials or Employee number
    Don't give your locker combination to others, and always spin your lock past the last number
  • 4. Personal safety
    Be responsible
    Know how and where to get help
    If you're on workplace late, request an escort to your vehicle or residence through our Safe walk program
    Travel with crowds or an individual you know
    Report strange incidents or suspicious behavior; for example, if someone is loitering near your vehicle, leave immediately and contact Security & Police
    Trust your instincts Use common sense
  • 5. Running safety
    Run with a friend or in a group
    If you run alone, let someone know the time and route of your run
    Plan your route carefully, use familiar routes and avoid poorly lit or deserted areas
    Familiarize yourself with emergency phones, pay phones, populated areas and businesses along your route
    Always carry ID, your medic alert ID (if applicable) and emergency cab or bus fare
  • 6. If you think, you are being followed
    Look behind you
    Go to the nearest well-lit, populated area
    Vary your speed and change direction
    Attract attention
    Call Police
    Report suspicious people or incidents to Police or Security.
  • 7. Preventing assault
    Never risk personal injury to protect property or personal belongings
    Never admit you are alone, either in person or on the phone; mention that someone else is present
    Wait in well-lit areas for public transit and sit near the driver.
    Be alert to others watching you and keep your distance
    Refuse to give your name, address or phone number to strangers, unless for legitimate purposes. Trust your instincts
    If you feel at risk, take action