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  • Have You Witnessed Sexual Violence?
    for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home About Sheridan Respectful and Safe Communities Sexual Assault Have You Witnessed Sexual Violence Have You Witnessed Sexual Violence If you have witnessed sexual violence the following resources and supports are available to you If you are a student If you want to speak to someone directly and need support on campus please go to Campus Counselling Student Rights and Responsibilities Office Campus Counselling and the Student Rights and Responsibilities Office are both located within Student Affairs Trafalgar B104 905 845 9430 Ext 2557 for students at Trafalgar and STC Davis B230 905 459 7533 Ext 5400 HMC Check in at the Welcome Desk 905 459 7533 Ext 2528 For students in Residence please notify your Residence Advisor who can assist you in finding the necessary resources and supports If you are not a student If you witness sexual violence we will assist you by providing available resources and necessary support to report the

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  • Get Support on Campus
    Credit Financial Aid Awards Financial Aid Deadlines Sheridan Student Assistance Program Financial Aid News OSAP Work Study Program Scholarships Awards and Bursaries Career Advisory Career Advising Services for Future Students Idea Generator Apply Now Book a tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home About Sheridan Respectful and Safe Communities Sexual Assault Get Support on Campus Get Support on Campus The following resources are available on campus to assist anyone in the Sheridan community who has experienced sexual violence and who would like support Students During business hours please visit the campus Health Centre at Trafalgar B129 905 845 9430 ext 2550 for Trafalgar and STC students Davis C210 905 459 7753 ext 5153 HMC campus A147 905 845 9430 ext 5375 View hours of operation For after hours on campus support please contact Campus Security at 905 815 4044 or use the emergency phones located both inside and outside on each campus Other on campus resources available to

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  • Fire Safety | Security | Campus Services | Life At Sheridan | Sheridan College
    Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Life at Sheridan Campus Services Campus Security Services Fire Safety Fire Safety Fire Safety Procedures At Sheridan fire safety is a community concern Everyone must participate and provide support in order to ensure complete evacuation of the buildings without injury to employees or students Fire Wardens In some areas at Sheridan offices studios labs and libraries support staff and administration volunteer as Fire Wardens In classrooms faculty or instructors are the Fire Wardens The role of a Fire Warden is to guide occupants to the nearest fire exit and out of the building when the fire alarm sounds Fire Alarm Sound and Public Address System The fire alarm sound you may be used to is the sound of loud bells At Sheridan in accordance with the Fire Code a new fire alarm sound has been installed in some of our buildings The sound you will hear in all of Sheridan s buildings is a 3 pulse phase followed by an off phase not unlike a loud car alarm There is also a public address system that may be used for announcements during a fire alarm situation or an emergency Evacuation and Fire Drills Fire drills are done in the fall of each year to provide an opportunity to practice evacuation At Sheridan we expect all occupants to leave the buildings during a fire alarm situation During an evacuation stay calm but move without delay Any time the alarm sounds it could be a real fire situation Remember in a fire situation smoke carbon monoxide and heat accumulate quickly and will overcome occupants in less than three minutes There is no activity in the classroom more important than evacuation during a fire drill or a fire alarm situation If you discover a fire Leave the fire area immediately assisting with the evacuation of the occupants where applicable Close the doors to the area behind you Activate the building fire alarm system by operating the nearest fire alarm pull station as you leave the fire area Call 911 Use stairways to exit Do NOT use elevators If you encounter smoke in stairways use an alternate exit Once outside move at least 16 meters away from the building Follow instructions of Security the Fire Safety Committee or the Fire Department Do not return to the building until it is declared safe to do so by the Fire Department If you hear a fire alarm Before opening your door test it and the

    Original URL path: http://www.sheridaninstitute.edu/life-at-sheridan/campus-services/security/fire-safety.aspx (2016-02-18)
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  • Accessible Course Delivery Guide | Faculty | Accessibility | About | Sheridan College
    Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home About Sheridan Accessibility Faculty Accessible Learning Environment Faculty Resource Accessible Course Delivery Guide Accessible Course Delivery Guide Lectures Use one major topic per lecture and delineate clearly between multiple topics Include short active and experiential opportunities at 20 minute intervals Provide relevant examples to help explain key concepts Verbally explain images charts graphs and tables Allow students to audiotape lectures Minimize audible and visual obstructions in your classroom Slideshow Presentations Use 30 point font or greater in sans serif styles like Arial Verdana or Helvetica Use high contrast colours between text and a solid background Use slide layout templates and titles to format your content Use 3 6 bullet points per slide Include captioning for embedded videos with accessible player controls Verbally explain and provide text to describe images charts graphs and tables Print Documents Use 12 point font or greater in sans serif styles like Arial Verdana or Helvetica Use high contrast colour between

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  • Creating Accessible Documents Tip Sheet | Faculty | Accessibility | About | Sheridan College
    Test 2015 2016 Academic Calendar Fees and Finances Domestic Fee Guide Academic Fees How to Pay Your Fees T2202A Tax Credit Financial Aid Awards Financial Aid Deadlines Sheridan Student Assistance Program Financial Aid News OSAP Work Study Program Scholarships Awards and Bursaries Career Advisory Career Advising Services for Future Students Idea Generator Apply Now Book a tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home About Sheridan Accessibility Faculty Accessible Learning Environment Faculty Resource Creating Accessible Documents Tip Sheet Creating Accessible Documents Tip Sheet Use a minimum of 12 point font Use sans serif fonts like Arial Verdana and Helvetica Use alphabetical or numerical lists rather than plain bullets Organize lists vertically for proper reading order Use contrast colours for text and background like black and white Use up to five colours for colour coding Use repetition in design and navigation of content Group related graphics headers and text together Tag photos and images with meaningful labels and text alternatives

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  • Gender and Sexual Diversity Taskforce and Survey - Sheridan College
    Guide Academic Fees How to Pay Your Fees T2202A Tax Credit Financial Aid Awards Financial Aid Deadlines Sheridan Student Assistance Program Financial Aid News OSAP Work Study Program Scholarships Awards and Bursaries Career Advisory Career Advising Services for Future Students Idea Generator Apply Now Book a tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home About Sheridan Respectful and Safe Communities Culture of Caring Gender and Sexual Diversity Taskforce and Survey Gender and Sexual Diversity Taskforce and Survey Sheridan s 2013 2020 Strategic Plan affirms our commitment to providing a learning and working environment that values the inclusiveness of our community As part of the commitment a taskforce was formed to focus on issues related to gender and sexual diversity at Sheridan The Gender and Sexual Diversity Taskforce GSDT is a voluntary advisory body comprised of employee and student members with specific attention to ensuring participation of persons with lived experience within the LGBTQ communities In January 2015 the GSDT

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  • Don’t be a Bystander - Sheridan College
    tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home About Sheridan Respectful and Safe Communities Culture of Caring Don t be a Bystander Don t be a Bystander You have a crucial role to play in keeping your friends safe No matter what the setting if you see something that doesn t feel quite right or see someone who might be in trouble there are some simple things you can do to help out a friend Distract If you see a friend in a situation that doesn t feel quite right create a distraction to get your friend to safety This can be as simple as joining or redirecting the conversation suggest to your friend that you leave the party or ask them to walk you home Try asking questions like Do you want to head to the bathroom with me or Do you want to head to another party or grab pizza Step in If you see someone who

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  • Helping Friends who Say They Have Been Assaulted - Sheridan College
    Academic Calendar Fees and Finances Domestic Fee Guide Academic Fees How to Pay Your Fees T2202A Tax Credit Financial Aid Awards Financial Aid Deadlines Sheridan Student Assistance Program Financial Aid News OSAP Work Study Program Scholarships Awards and Bursaries Career Advisory Career Advising Services for Future Students Idea Generator Apply Now Book a tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home About Sheridan Respectful and Safe Communities Culture of Caring Helping Friends who Say They Have Been Assaulted Helping Friends who Say They Have Been Assaulted It can be difficult for a person to tell someone he she was sexually assaulted Often the victim s character and judgment are the first things to be questioned even by friends and family members Do your best to be supportive and nonjudgmental Believe your friend People rarely lie about a sexual assault Whatever the circumstances no one asks to be assaulted Tell your friend it is not his her fault Be supportive and nonjudgmental Don t question your friend blame him her ask why the assault happened or assume that ignoring it will make it go away Sexual assault is a crime and the only person responsible is the rapist Don t pressure your friend into making decisions or doing things he she may not be ready to do Respect whatever choices your friend makes We don t want to take away their sense of control Encourage your friend to call 911 or contact a local distress line such as the Assaulted Women s Helpline 154 languages 1 866 863 0511 Mobile 7233 Encourage your friend to seek medical attention immediately even if he she doesn t want to report to law enforcement Specialized support and services are available Explain available resources and allow your friend to choose what to do Your friend may or may not want to file a police report tell his her parents go to Student Rights and Responsibilities etc Assure him her that someone is always available to explain options provide resources and make referrals Respect confidentiality Let your friend decide who and how much he she will tell about the assault Don t expect your friend

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