Lecture Theatre 2.32
This room is wheelchair accessible
From the main entrance on King Edward VII Avenue: Take the lift to the second floor and turn right through the double doors. Follow the corridor to the left, 2.32 is the second room on the right
From the car park use the side entrance (Please Note- to use this entrance door, you will need a validated University card): Follow the corridor to the right. Take the first corridor on the left, then turn right at the junction. The lift is located at the end of this corridor to the right. Take the lift to the second floor and turn right through the double doors. Follow the corridor to the left, 2.32 is the second room on the right.
A plan of this floor, with the access routes highlighted, is available as a pdf on the top right of this page.
Facilities and Room Information
2.32 is a fixed seating, tiered lecture theatre.
There is level access to the front of the theatre, but not the back.
There are 2 designated wheelchair spaces at the front left of the theatre.
The room is fitted with an induction loop. Please use the 'T' setting on your hearing device to use the loop.
The microphone for the induction loop is fixed on the desk. Please speak clearly and towards the microphone.
All fire exit routes and exits are clearly sign posted using the green running man. Please take the time to familiarise yourself with the exits and exit routes.
Egress via stairs: There are stairs in both directions leaving 2.32 which lead outside.
Level Egress: In an emergency evacuation the lifts must not be used. Turn left or right out of 2.32, and there are refuge points located by each set of stairs. The refuge points are sign posted. When you reach the refuge point, you must use the phone which will connect to security when the handset is lifted. Inform security of your locati and that you require assistance. Security will communicate information to you in relation to what is happening and reassure you. You should remain in the refuge area until advised otherwise or someone comes to your assistance. Refuge points are located such as to provide a safe area for at least 30 minutes in the event of a real fire.
If you think you might require assistance in the event of an emergency evacuation, you must arrange a Personalised Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) as soon as possible. Students must contact their School Disability Contact to arrange a PEEP. Staff will need to contact their School / Division Disability Contact or manager to arrange a PEEP. Please remember that it is your responsibility to inform the relevant person that you require a PEEP to be set up.