Student Safety & ConductCampus life at SIM GE is rich and vibrant, with a strong culture of student involvement in areas like student councils, arts and sports.
We have put in place processes and operational procedures to ensure a safe and conducive environment for you to study and play. At the same time, we encourage you to help us maintain a harmonious environment for everyone.
Student SafetyThe Student Development Department (SDEV) strives to build a safe environment for all students participating in co-curricular activities. We take this responsibility seriously and support it through the growth and development of our students.
Safety workshops with curated content on physical and social risks are designed to educate student leaders on potential issues and concerns that may arise while planning events.
In-house CPR+AED courses are also open for students to add value to their skills profile and facilitate on-site management of emergencies. For students who are keen to develop further in this area, a CPR+AED student instructor programme is also available, subject to assessment and eligibility criteria.
Security Contact: 62489100
PAR-Q (PDF 43 KB) – to be emailed to all participants before event day and administered at the beginning of the event
Risk Assessment Form (XLSX 13.1 KB) – to be completed and submitted to your respective Club/Council Advisor.
Maintaining the welfare of the SIM GE community is our priority. We strive to make the campus a conducive place to study, work and play, where everyone is treated with respect and courtesy.
Student Development facilitates SIMGE’s student conduct process, which is viewed as a platform to nurture and provide a learning experience among students.
How to report an Incident?
- Anonymous Reporting https://forms.office.com/r/rzYFWCSEZB
Process after reporting
Student development staff will contact you soon if the report is done through SIMConnect.
Contact us if you require any accompaniment to government agencies for reporting official reports (e.g., hospital, court or police station).
Meanwhile, be prepared to provide us with the following information:
- Description and frequency of the incident.
- How did the incident affect you, and
- Who else is informed of the incident?
Get in touch with our care team should you need any counselling support.
1. Sexual Assault Care Centre (free services from aware.org.sg)
Helpline Support: 6779-0282
2. Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)
3. CHAT Singapore
4. Solid Ground Singapore
5. National Anti-Violence Helpline
6. Institute of Mental Health 24hr Helpline
7. National CARE Hotline (Applicable only to students in Singapore)
or visit https://www.ccs.org.sg/care-hotline/ for more information
For emergency cases, please contact the Singapore Police Force at 999 or Emergency Ambulance services at 995.
- Participation in activities should be optional, whereby any form of coercion is not allowed.
- There shall be no rowdy behaviours.
Banned activities are as follows:
- Any form of harassment or undesirable behaviour.
- Individuals or group ragging (e.g., Shouting or using abusive language against first-year students).
- Acts may cause physical harm or emotional distress or put others at risk.
- Actions against personal or religious precepts.
- Activities border on occult practices and mysticism (e.g., Ouija board games, fortune telling).
- Activities aimed at testing the physical prowess, level of confidence and fear.
- Activities which involve the use of fire and flammable substances.
- Consumption of alcohol or illegal substances.
- Events and activities be run without intimidation, humiliation or violation of the dignity of the individual
- Participation in activities should be optional; any form of coercion is not allowed
- Full compliance to the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) guidelines in the PDPA Briefing Notes (PDF 44 KB) to avoid facing any punitive and/or rehabilitative proceedings
- There shall be no rowdy behavior
For more information on student conduct, refer to SIM GE Student Code of Conduct (PDF 69 KB)
- If comments are stated on social media, state that your views are strictly personal.
- Do not post anything that is offensive, vulgar, distasteful, sexually suggestive, seditious, or libellous.
- Do not post anything involving named or pictured individuals without their knowledge and permission. Parties are advised to consider the implications of the Personal Data Protection Act and to take all responsibilities that arise out of the violation of the Act.
- Do not post confidential or proprietary information about SIM/entities, its faculty, students, alumni or employees.
- Do not post anything that may portray SIM/entities, its faculty, students, alumni or employees in a negative light, even if it is a personal experience in SIM.
- Abide by the rules and regulations of different social media sites and the prevailing social media laws.
- Keep in mind that on many social media sites, the individual’s name and photo/icon appear next to the content that is posted and can hence be associated with that individual and/or SIM.
- Do not violate trademark and copyright rules and regulations.
- Be careful to ensure the accuracy of content, appropriateness of language used and the impact of what is posted on one’s image and the image of the organisation that one is associated with.
- Keep in mind that whatever is shared may remain public for an indefinite period of time, even if there are attempts to modify or delete it.
For more information on student conduct, refer to SIM GE Student Code of Conduct (PDF 77 KB)
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