General health issues: contact your local GP. To register with a local doctor click here.
For information on how to contact a docotor outside of normal working hours click here.
Nearest Hospitals: Royal Sussex County Hospital, Eastern Road
In the event of an accident, use any telephone and dial 2222 to speak to an operator who will then find you a first aider.
Sussex Eye Hospital, Eastern Road
When a general fire alarm is raised by the sounding of the fire alarm klaxons, make your apparatus safe (i.e. switch off electric power, turn off gas, etc.) and proceed in an orderly manner to the car park on the south side of the cockcroft building via the nearest stair case. Do not run. Do not re-enter the building until informed by a safety officer that it is safe to do so.
N.B. The lifts will only be available to the fire brigade.
If you discover a fire...
Immediately operate the nearest fire alarm switch and report the location of the fire to the Janitor’s Office by telephone. (Telephone 2222 - the Switchboard will relay the message to the Janitors).
If you discover a fire, no matter how small, immediately operate the nearest fire alarm switch (located opposite each staircase and the middle of the corridor). You should make yourself aware of the nearest alarm. Report the location of the fire to the Caretakers' Office by telephone. (Telephone 2222 - the Switchboard will relay the message to the Caretakers).
In the event of an accident use any telephone and dial 2222 (this connects you immediately with the Switchboard). Ask the operator for a First Aider and give details of the accident.
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