Safety & security

This section contains important information about ANU Security including building access, what to do in an emergency and how to stay safe on campus.

Duty officer

The Australian National University's Duty Officer is a key strategic initiative and part of a holistic review and enhancement of the University's...

Violence & sexual assault support

Our community values The University strives to provide a safe, supportive and caring environment. Our commitments include: At ANU we believe that...

Work health & safety

Find how work health and safety (WHS), worker’s compensation claims and rehabilitation are managed in the University. Understand the actions required...
Keys by Moyan Brenn on Flickr

Access - keys, locks & cards

ANU Security manages building access for staff and students across all ANU sites. Building Access Cards All student computer labs, information...

ANUOK app

New ANUOK app is coming soon A new version of the ANUOK app with an updated design and extra features is due to be released by the start of next...
Emergency stop button by Tim Regan on Flickr

Emergencies on campus

ANU Security provides security services to ANU and assist with emergency services to respond to emergencies on campus. Emergencies If the emergency...
Fire extinguisher by John Lillis on flickr

Fire safety

Procedure in case of fire All staff should follow these directions when confronted by a fire: If safe to do so ensure the immediate safety of, and...
Lost and found sign

Lost & found

The Lost and Found Office is located in the Anthony Low Building (124), entrance from Garran Road. It is open between 10am to 12noon and 2pm to 4pm,...
FAQ by photosteve101 on flickr

Safety & Security FAQ

Do I need to wear a helmet on campus? It is against the law to ride a bike anywhere in the ACT without a helmet - you could be fined by ACT Policing...