Safety at Chisholm is everyone’s responsibility. We aim to provide a safe and welcoming environment for everyone.

All Chisholm campus locations are smoke free.

Emergencies and evacuation signals

Serious injuries or incidents on campus are rare, but if one takes place:

Contact a Chisholm staff member or security immediately

Security contact number

1300 582 483

If there is no time to wait, call 000 (on internal phones dial 0-000)

Ask for police, fire or ambulance, and then make sure a Chisholm staff member is advised of the situation.

If you need to evacuate in case of emergency, a warning signal will sound. The building’s fire warden will guide you when it is time to leave.

There are fire and emergency evacuation plans in the corridors of each building. They show you where the nearest exit and assembly areas are. Remember that evacuation plans for each building are different.

Security and first aid

Contact Security if you require first aid, feel unsafe, experience any breaches of personal safety (including assault), need an across campus escort, notice any suspicious behaviour, see someone in an unsafe situation or if you need to report a hazard.

Phone: 1300 582 483

Student support

If you are experiencing extreme financial hardships or homelessness, suicide ideation, are at risk of self-harm, need to report sexual assault, or need counselling or mental health support please contact Student Support on 1300 244 746 (select option 4).

If there is an immediate or life-threatening situation on campus, please call 000 immediately and then notify Security at your campus location.

Personal safety

Use common sense to stay safe at all times! Notify a staff member immediately if you see something that looks dangerous or unsafe, you hurt yourself, have a near-miss or if you are unsure of how to use something. Please follow all safety procedures and instructions from your teacher and wear all required personal protection equipment.

Online safety

Take care online by following some simple tips:

  • Don’t give out personal information when online, such as your phone number, date of birth, where you live and what your plans are
  • Don't click on links in emails from people you don’t know or don’t know well
  • Protect your passwords: when using a public computer, make sure you log out of the accounts you’ve accessed before leaving the terminal
  • Protect your digital footprint: don’t put anything online that you wouldn’t want all of your friends, family, teachers and future employers to see.

Health services

Get to know the health services located near your campus location. The following medical clinics offer bulk billing to patients who hold a valid Medicare, Healthcare or pension card. Check the terms of bulk billing with the clinic when calling to make an appointment.

Bass Coast
Wonthaggi Medical Group – 5672 1333
42 Murray Street, Wonthaggi Vic. 3995

Berwick Healthcare – 9796 1500
76 Clyde Road, Berwick Vic. 3806

Chisholm @311
Modern Medical Dandenong – 9794 7866
176 Lonsdale Street, Dandenong Vic. 3175

Stawell Clinic – 5996 4799
12 Stawell Street, Cranbourne Vic. 3877

Stud Road Medical Clinic – 9794 5055
82 Stud Road, Dandenong Vic. 3175

Young Street Medical Centre – 9771 8111
89-97 Young Street, Frankston Vic.3199
Walk in only, no appointments.

Mornington Peninsula
Rosebud Superclinic – 5982 0588
12-16 Boneo Road, Rosebud Vic. 3939

In the event of an assault:

  • Sexual Assault Crisis Line – 1800 806 292
  • National Sexual Assault Domestic Violence Counselling Service – 1800 737 732.

Other helpful services

  • Accident Towing (VicRoads) 13 11 76
  • Australian National Domestic Violence Hotline 1800 200 526
  • Beyondblue 1300 224 636
  • CASA (Centre against Sexual Assault) Counselling and Support Line 03 9635 3610
  • Child Protection after hours service 13 12 78
  • DirectLine (Drug and Alcohol Issues) 1800 888 236
  • Gambler’s Help 1800 858 858
  • Gambler’s Help Youth Line 1800 262 376
  • Switchboard Victoria (LGBTQI) 1800 184 527
  • Lifeline 13 11 14 Melbourne Sexual Health Centre 1800 032 017
  • Mental Health CAT Team Dandenong Area 1300 369 012
  • Poisons Information Centre 13 11 26
  • Sexual Assault Crisis Line 1800 806 292
  • Suicide Line 1300 651 251
  • Telephone Interpreter Service 13 14 50