Safety & Security Week
From 11-18 October 2021, the national Safety and security week will take place. Under the leadership of the Safety and Security department, TU Delft is participating in this national initiative for the fourth time this year.
This year we would like to draw your attention to various safety issues that are relevant in and around the TU Delft campus. Together we ensure that the TU Delft Campus is a safe environment to study, work, research and relax. In this edition, we pay attention to the topics of knowledge safety, digital safety and traffic safety and the TU Delft emergency number. We will do this by means of the following activities, in which you can participate.
Thursday 14 October: Online lunch session 'The hidden world below the waterline' - Lennard van Veen (AIVD) (IN DUTCH)
TU Delft ranks among the top in the field of research and innovation. This makes TU Delft an attractive target for foreign governments. It is therefore important to be aware of this when doing research or studying at TU Delft.
How do these governments act and what does this mean for you in your study or work environment?
Lennard van Veen of the General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD) explains this in an online session.
The session takes place on Thursday 14 October from 12:15 to 13:00 and is accessible to everyone online. Click here to participate in the session. The video will later be published online with English subtitles.
Tuesday 12, Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 October: Escaperoom 'Work safe, protect (y)our data'
Are you a fan of puzzles? Then participate in the escaperoom together with your colleagues! The theme of this escaperoom is working safely with data about you, others and TU Delft. Solve the puzzles and discover the do's and don'ts of information security at the same time. You'll be outside in half an hour anyway, don't worry. You can find the escaperooms at X.
You play with a team of up to 4 people. Please note: there are only a limited number of places available. Register your team via this link. You reserve one ticket per team.
Cycling lessons on campus
For those who are not so used to the Dutch traffic, TU Delft offers cycling lessons on campus for the first time this year on 14 October. We have a division in two groups; one group for beginners who cannot cycle yet and one group for those who would like to participate in traffic. You can register via this link.
TU Delft Emergency number: in case of emergency call 015 27 88 888
Most incidents and emergencies on campus must be reported immediately to the TU Delft control room. These can be reported 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Upon receiving a report, the control room operator takes the necessary action, such as alerting the in-house emergency response teams and emergency services and any other stakeholders or deploying the TU Delft crisis team. You can also call the TU Delft control room if you’re worried for your safety or that of someone else. Please note: If you call 112, your call will be directed to the regional control room of the police, ambulance service and fire service, and your report will not be passed to the TU Delft control room.