Security, Campus Operations, Building Access, Staff Access to Buildings

Staff Access to Buildings (City Campus)

Out of Hours Access

Staff have access Monday -Friday to the following area within the times shown without the requirement to make any requests:

Buildings Access Times
Wulfruna (MA) 0600 - 2200
Rosalind Franklin (MB) 0630 - 2100 (set by the faculty)
Milleninum City (MC) 0600 - 2200
Ambika Paul (MD) 0600 - 2400 (varies with HLC opening times)
Technology Hub (MI) 0600 - 2200
George Wallis (MK) 0630 - 2145
ML 0530 - 2145
The Arthur Storer (MN) 0630 - 2145
Lord Swarj Paul (MU) 0600 - 2145
Mary Seacole (MH) 0730 - 2145
MX 0530 - 2145

Please note if buildings are unoccupied they may be closed earlier for security purposes, particularly in the summer months.

 

Staff have access on Saturday’s, no pre-booking is required between 0900-1700 in the following areas:

Wulfruna (MA) Building

Rosalind Franklin (MB) Building (closed faculty, request via faculty only)

Milleninum City (MC) Building

Ambika Paul (MD) Building

Technology Hub (MI) Building (via Wulfruna Building)

 

Staff have access on Sunday’s/Bank Holidays, no pre-booking is required between 0900-1700 in the following areas:

Wulfruna (MA) Building

Ambika Paul (MD) Building (varies with HLC opening times)

Technology Hub (MI) Building (via Wulfruna Building)

 

Outside of the above timings any staff request for out of hours access are assessed against staffing and activity, if the request can be met access is granted, if we are unable to meet the request we would give the option to the department to meet any additional cost.

Please note in addition to our requirements there may be a requirement to complete a faculty risk assessment and faculty authority to work outside normal operating hours.

Staff Wishing to Work Out of Hours

Staff wishing to access a building out of normal working hours, should contact the Campus Operations Coordinator to make this request, you should be aware that not all buildings are currently set up for out of hours working, however, we will always do our best to accommodate any requests.

Students/Researchers working out of hours:

You will be required to provide a “Lone Worker” risk assessment (if working alone) and if working in an area which may be considered hazardous such as laboratories, workshops etc a further risk assessment covering any work being carried out whilst on site.  Please note that under certain circumstances it will not be possible to agree to lone working subject to the activities being carried out.  Written permission must also be obtained from your line manager/lab Manager/Workshop Manager prior to any access being given.