Our Strategy

The Department is responsible for the maintenance of internal security in the college and the safety of its facilities and properties, in cooperation with other bodies inside and outside the college maintaining the safety of students, faculty members and property belonging to the college administration.

To achieve the requirements of the college  security and safety in a safe and risk-free study environment by qualified human team, trained and high quality safety systems in accordance with the requirements of total quality.

1.    Prepare annual plans and strategy for emergency, security, safety and operational plans for evacuation operations.

2.    Apply regulations that specify the conditions and safety rules to be provided.

3.  To spread awareness and education in the areas of emergency and security through the work of seminars and guidance boards.

4.    Maintain your safety students, staff and college property.

5.    Monitoring and assessing hazardous and unsafe situations and developing measures to assure personnel safety.

6.  The Safety Officer will correct unsafe acts or conditions through the regular line of authority, although the Safety Officer may exercise emergency authority to prevent or stop unsafe acts when immediate action is required.

7.    Maintains awareness of active and developing situations.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Guarding the entrance of the college and all buildings, facilities, and equipment, and monitoring them. Organizing the entry of students, staff and visitors to the campus of the College.
  2. Checking the entry permits allowed to enter the college and temporary permits, and secure cars parking.
  3. Report any breakdowns within the college during night security duty.
  4. Receipt of missing items at the College’s premises and advertising them.
  5. Safeguard students’ personal safety and belongings inside and around the campus. 

Organizational Role

  1. Maintain public safety, and treat with any emergency situation such as fire or bad weather, by available means.
  2. To review the security issues that occur in the various programs, departments of the College and following them, and inform the Principal about any security violation associated with it.
  3. Carry out Security supervision of all activities carried out by the college, such as graduation ceremonies, artistic ceremonies, student registration and any other activities.
  4. Maintain security and order within the college.


  1. The legal requirement for carrying out Risk Assessments has an improvement program built into it. The Safety Statement, which must include the workplace specific Risk Assessments, is where the Monitoring and Safety Department plan should be spelt out.
  2. The successful implementation of the Safety Statement will help to ensure the safety of its employees and others who may be affected by its work activities.
  3. To properly implement the Safety Statement your undertaking must put in place a monitoring system which suits its needs and gets the job done in an efficient manner.
  4. The system ensures that everyone in the workplace knows what is expected of them. It set the ground rules which all must follow to comply with their legal responsibilities.
  5. Most successful undertakings now want to do much more than the minimum and strive to have safety and health rules which ensure they have no accidents and continue to improve. This approach ensures they are, and will continue to be capable.
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