How To Directory
- 1. How to Use Groups Hub
- 2. How to Manage Health & Safety
- 3. How to Make Your Society Inclusive
- 4. How to Book Facilities and Transport
- 5. How to Manage Your Money
- 6. How to Manage Equipment
- 7. How to Manage Communications
- 8. How to Run a Sports Club
- 9. How to Handover and Democratic Processes
- 10. How to Organise Events
- Involving Alumni
- Running an internal or external event
- Considering Health & Safety for your event
- Involving external speakers
- Adding an Event the the SUSU Calendar
- Requesting Box Office Tickets
- Promotion from SUSU
- Running an event outside SUSU premises
- Running your own charity event through RAG
- Creating a balanced programme of events
- Running an event on SUSU premises
- 11. How to Start a New Club or Society
- 12. Adopt a Society
How to Deal with an Incident
If an incident occurs, it is essential that you inform SUSU. We can advise on how to follow the SUSU Incident Procedure. All incidents which result in the loss or damage of plant, equipment or vehicles, verbal abuse, or any other nature of incident which is not necessarily personal injury or building damage must be recorded on the Incident Report Form.
We ask that asap following any incident you complete our online incident report form. This can be accessed by clicking here.
If required, someone will be in touch to discuss the incident further.
What is an incident?
SUSU defines an incident as “Any occurrence which results in verbal or physical abuse, personnel injury, loss or damage of property, plant, equipment or vehicles, damage to reputation or any other nature of incident which should be reported within the organisation”.
An Incident has just happened – what should I do?
1) Make it safe – Call emergency services / Carry out first aid if necessary and only if qualified to do so
2) Email email@example.com
3) Gather all evidence and complete the incident form - The incident report must be filled out as soon as possible it can be found on the SUSU website here.