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Housing Center, Office of student Affairs , National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University

國立陽明交通大學學務處住宿服務組

Student Safety

What should I do in an emergency?

During daytime work

13:00-22:00 Male 1st House Residence Counsellor on-campus extension62317

13:00-22:00 Male 5 Halls Counsellor on-campus extension62336

Accommodation Services Unit : 2827-7126

Evening and holiday periods

24-hour instructor on-call line : 2826-1100

Shift Guards

Our Security Guard Office is on duty 24 hours a day and patrols the campus at night to ensure campus safety.

How to deal with natural disasters such as fire and earthquake?

Fire

In addition to the main entrance, the halls are equipped with fire safety doors as emergency exits and fire safety equipment for simple emergency response to small fires.

Earthquake

Find safe shelter in the area: Never run in a panic.

If you are inside, get away from shelves or cabinets, turn your back on a window, get under a solid table and do not take a lift.

Are there any dangerous animals or insects such as snakes or bees on campus?

The school is located in a mountainous area and there are inevitably fearful insects or animals that will not attack as long as they are not actively provoked.
What should I do if I have an accidental injury or emergency?

First aid box

First aid kits containing simple topical medication are available in the social hall of each residence for students to use.

If you have any special needs, please contact the Health Care Unit or the Outpatient Clinic.

During daytime work

Please contact the Health Care Unit at 2826-7212 on campus ext. 62952

Evening and holiday periods

Please contact our Security Office on campus at 62300/62225 or the Military Training Room 24-hour hotline at 2826-1100.

Are strangers allowed to enter and leave the residence?

1. A 24-hour video surveillance system is installed at the main entrance of the hostel to keep track of staff access.

2. If a person of the opposite sex enters the residence hall without a vest or unaccompanied by a counsellor, please call the counsellor's office immediately at ext. 62317 or 62336.

Anti-Fraud Promotion

1. Students are advised to be suspicious of unfamiliar calls or incidents.

2. Calm yourself down and take ten deep breaths before making any decisions.

3. Contact the instructor as soon as possible. (24-hour hotline 2826-1100).

Case 1: Fake ABCs full of English, pretending to be in need of money fraudulently borrowed

Most of them wear clothes or speak fluent English, and after gaining the trust of the students, they ask them to lend them money willingly, but then they are not heard from at all.

Precautions: If you encounter any strangers asking for directions on campus, please do not lead them on your own, but ask them to go to the security guard's office at the entrance, who can help you find them.

Case 2: Online shopping is easy, but fraudsters get away with phone calls

However, nowadays, we often encounter victims who are falsely claiming to be sellers or bank employees, who deceive them into paying by instalments by mistake, and if they do not apply for cancellation of the instalments, they will be debited every month. After gaining the victim's trust, the victim is then asked to enter the victim's account number in English, claiming that it is a PIN number to be lifted, and finally, the victim's account is turned into zero.

Precautionary measures: ATMs do not have the functions of "canceling installment settings" or "correcting transfer errors", and the English mode operation is to provide foreigners with the operation screen for transferring and withdrawing money. Call 165 immediately.

Case 3: Fraudulent use of a game company's name to organise a lucky draw


The victims often did not pay attention to the web address and believed it to be true, and called the customer service number on the fake website. The victim followed the instructions of the culprit and transferred the "guarantee money", only to lose contact with the culprit and find out that he had been cheated.

Precautionary measures: Internet users should be particularly alert to advertising messages popping up in their windows. In particular, they should not swipe their credit cards or remit money online without checking the authenticity and source of the message to avoid fraud.

If you still have questions, please contact the Training Room website at https://mil.ym.edu.tw/files/11-1211-115-1.php or call the 24-hour hotline at 2826-1100