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Work Experience Safeguarding July 10 th 2013. Property Safe  Don’t keep your possessions out on display.  Make sure you have logged your mobile phone.

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1 Work Experience Safeguarding July 10 th 2013

2 Property Safe  Don’t keep your possessions out on display.  Make sure you have logged your mobile phone and MPC/personal stereo on immobilise.com – or call them to register it on:  Record your IMEI number using *#06#.  Don’t use your phone in public unless you have to.  Set your phone to vibrate or silent – don’t advertise it!  Check who’s hanging around before you use a cashpoint.  Don’t carry an unreasonable amount of money.  Keep your keys in a pocket, and don’t keep them next to something with your address on.

3 Travelling Safe  Plan your route before you travel. Look at to help you plan your journey.  Tell someone what route you will be taking.  Tell someone what time you are due back home.  Make sure you have cash or a mobile phone in case you need to make an emergency call.  Make sure you have a map of where you are going.  Make sure you have the contact details of the place you will be working.  Avoid walking down alleyways or subways, the long way round could be much safer.  Try to look confident.

4 Worst Case Scenario If someone does try to attack you, don’t fight back; it is much safer to give them what they want than to get hurt yourself! Get away as quickly as you can and report it.

5 Becoming an Employee Like every employee, you are subject to the same expectations of conduct/working.  Conduct  Dress  Mobile Phones – not at work (CP and H&S)  Twitter – No comments (Slander) For every action there will be a consequence + = Fantastic reference/Future Employment - = No reference/Criminal Proceedings

6 Think Safe  Think about your decisions before you make them – should you really accept that lift if you don’t know the person very well?  Think about the clothes you are wearing – would you be able to run away in a skirt and heels? Do your clothes attract attention?  Be aware of your surroundings.  Make sure you know the quickest way to get out of a bad situation.

7 Finally  Listen to your body – if you feel uncomfortable, it is for a reason, act on it!  Don’t accept drinks from a stranger.  If you feel unwell, do not be afraid to tell someone.  If you have a concern with your placement, contact Ms Sullivan at School.  If you are unsure of anything, then ask! Your teacher and employer will be more than happy to give you advice.

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