‘The Code’ compliance overview
|No||Essential / Desirable||Checklist for UUK Code Compliance||Details and notes|
|1.3||Desirable||H/FEEs should ensure that student representatives are fully involved in review, complaints and other procedures integral to the administration of this code.||Any matters relating to ACOP compliance and regulation are included within the College’s termly Domus Committee, which is attended by student representatives from both junior (undergraduate) and middle (postgraduate) common rooms.|
|1.4||Essential||All H/FEEs must make arrangements to publicise the existence of the code to potential students in addition to advising students of the code during the induction process to residential accommodation.||The existence of the code is provided to all student members as part of their formal induction process; further documentation relating to the code is provided for students on the accommodation section of the College website.|
|1.6||Desirable||H/FEEs should ensure that staff are appropriately trained in order to deliver the standards required by the code including equality and diversity.||Staff responsible for supporting the delivery of code requirements have been instructed in the code, and their roles in fulfilling the College’s obligations under the code. Staff working in areas where ACOP compliance is required are provided with an induction document explaining the document explaining the College’s responsibilities. Training on relevant aspects of the Code (data protection, equality, legislative compliance and best practice) is provided to staff-members.|
|2.1||Essential||Student residences and their contents as supplied by an establishment must meet the requirements of all relevant health and safety regulations and codes of practice. Certain special circumstances (e.g. legislation relating to listed buildings) may justify a partial relaxation of these requirements.||The College’s buildings comply wherever possible with all relevant health & safety requirements. The College has a number of Grade II and II* listed properties, and certain relaxations of legislation (such as disability access, and provision of multiple fire exits) may be in effect. Modifications to meet standards are implemented where it is permissible to do so.|
|2.2||Essential||H/FEEs must make an analysis of the risk of such events as fire, outbreak of disease or major breakdown of services and equipment and develop procedures for dealing with them. The analysis and the procedures should be documented (e.g. in risk registers) and should be readily available for inspection.||Fire and other risk assessment documents are carried out regularly and are thoroughly documented. These are available for inspection. The College has a Crisis Management and Business Continuity Plan in order to respond to incidents.
|2.3||Essential||Students must be given clear advice and information on what action is to be taken in the event of an emergency e.g. how to access first aid provision, relevant contact details and mechanisms for reporting incidents and raising health and safety issues.||Emergency actions are explained as part of thee formal induction process for all students. List of first aiders with contact details are provided on notice boards in residences.|
|2.4||Essential||It must be a requirement in every tenancy or license agreement for the student to maintain a reasonably safe environment for the H/FEEs employees who may have to enter the premises e.g. ensuring the cables to personal electrical equipment are safe.||This stipulation is included in version 2.3 of the Accommodation Licence agreement, and all subsequent update and variant documents.|
|2.5||Essential||Information and advice must be provided to students at the beginning of their period of occupation on such matters as:||Information and advice is presented as part of the formal induction process for all students: a presentation, and a dedicated video produced by the Colleges and the local fire services are presented. This is also included within the Information for Members document, provided to all new students and available to all students via the College website.|
|2.51||Essential||Their role in the avoidance of fire risks.||See above.|
|2.52||Essential||Cooking and the safe use of cooking equipment.||See above.|
|2.53||Essential||Electrical safety – particularly voltage differences.||See above.|
|2.54||Essential||The dangers of using candles or storing flammable material.||See above.|
|2.55||Essential||Disciplinary action that may be taken if fire alarms or firefighting equipment is miss-used.||See above. This is also included within the Information for Members document, provided to all new students and available to all students via the College website.|
|2.6||Essential||Fire safety systems must be maintained in working order and regularly tested in accordance with regulations relating to each particular piece of equipment and each building type. The design and detail of systems in existing buildings will be determined in accordance with a fire safety risk assessment and in consultation with the fire authority or local authority as appropriate. Specifically:|
|2.61||Essential||Fire alarm systems must be tested weekly at pre-arranged times (but see paragraph xxi of the Code).||The College Lodge staff conduct weekly call point tests on the main site: members of the Housekeeping team conduct call point tests at satellite sites.|
|2.62||Essential||A record of fire alarm testing and inspection must be maintained.||An alarm record log is maintained by the College Lodge. Fire alarms are maintained and inspected by an external contractor (Pyrotec).|
|2.63||Essential||At the beginning of their period of occupation students must be provided with information on fire safety and good practice. Advice on action to be taken in case of fire including fire containment procedures should be prominently displayed.||Information and advice are explained as part of the formal induction process for all students: a presentation and a dedicated video are presented. Fire doors are all marked with signage.|
|2.64||Essential||Any fire extinguishing equipment provided must be properly maintained.||Fire extinguishers are maintained and regularly serviced by an external contractor (Chubb).|
|2.7||Essential||In order to ensure safe evacuation of properties in the event of fire, safe access and egress (means of escape) must be maintained – including corridors, landings, stairs and hallways. The means of fire escape – internal and external – must be maintained and be available at all times. The design and detail of systems in existing buildings will be determined in accordance with a fire safety risk assessment and in consultation with the fire authority or local authority as appropriate. Safety systems include:|
|2.71||Essential||Emergency lighting.||Emergency lighting has been installed in all buildings.|
|2.72||Essential||Emergency secondary power supplies such as generators and battery back- up systems.||The College operate no systems requiring back ups, except for IT servers, which have UPS equipment fitted.|
|2.73||Essential||Fire door integrity including door closures.||All doors are either FD30 or FD60 rated, in compliance with regulations. Fire doors are marked as such and fitted with closers.|
|2.74||Essential||Automatic door release mechanisms.||Automatic door release systems are inspected and maintained by an external contractor (Pyrotec).|
|2.75||Essential||Emergency escape ironmongery such as push bars must be regularly tested in accordance with the appropriate British Standard.||The maintenance of emergency escape ironmongery has recently been contracted to an external contractor (BMA Varsity). Alarmed escape doors exit bars are inspected and maintained by an external contractor (Pyrotec).|
|2.8||Essential||Fire evacuation practices must be conducted at the beginning of each academic year in accordance with arrangements for particular buildings and fire detection systems and the local fire authority. A record must be maintained.||Fire evacuation practices are carried out at all sites at the beginning of each academic year. A record is kept.|
|2.9||Essential||Once a student with a disability (including those with a temporary disability) is identified the H/FEE must undertake an assessment and put in place any specific arrangements (e.g. personal evacuation plans) in case of fire or other emergency.||PEEP assessment documents are produced for all students disclosing a disability for which a personal emergency evacuation plan may be required. All students are advised of this during the induction process.|
|2.10.||Essential||Except in the case of emergencies or essential maintenance, electricity and gas supplies and lighting must be maintained without interruption. Gas and electrical installations must be properly maintained and tested in accordance with statutory gas and electrical safety requirements and British Standards.||Except in event of emergency/essential works, these supplies are maintained.
Gas and electrical supplies are maintained in accordance with statutory regulation.
|2.11||Essential||Where students need to operate controls for gas fired central heating, hot water systems, and/or fixed electrical room heaters or appliances, simple and precise instructions for their safety and efficient use must be available.||No gas appliances are accessible for student control. Instructions for electrical heaters are provided as needed. Digital copies of user manuals are held on the College website.|
|2.12||Essential||All gas supplies, distribution pipe work and gas fired appliances must comply with the relevant gas safety regulations.||All gas supplies, distribution pipe work and gas fired appliances comply with the relevant gas safety regulations.|
|2.13||Essential||All gas appliances must have an annual gas safety check undertaken by a Gas Safe registered gas installer. A copy of the safety certificate must be available in accordance with the regulations.||All gas appliances have an annual gas safety check undertaken by a Gas Safe registered gas installer. A copy of the safety certificate is available in accordance with the regulations.|
|2.14||Essential||All new electrical installations including fixed equipment must be installed and all existing installations maintained in accordance with the most recent version of the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE) Regulations.||All new electrical installations including fixed equipment are installed, and all existing installations are maintained in accordance with the most recent version of the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE) Regulations. Electrical schematic documentation is available digitally.|
|2.15||Essential||All building electrical installations must be inspected and tested in accordance with statutory requirements, and the results recorded in an appropriate register.||All building electrical installations are inspected and tested in accordance with statutory requirements, and the results recorded digitally via a third-party contractor (Guardian Electrical Systems)|
|2.16||Essential||Lighting must be provided in accordance with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) recommendations. In study bedrooms the recommended level of illumination may be achieved by the use of local task lighting.||Lighting is provided in accordance with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) recommendations. In study bedrooms the recommended level of illumination has been achieved by the use of local task lighting.|
|Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)|
|2.17||Essential||All portable appliances supplied by an H/FEE, or used in the premises by H/FEE staff, must be inspected and maintained in accordance with an establishments PAT policy. Where arrangements exist for the testing of students’ personal electrical equipment these should be set down in the PAT policy. The H/FEE must make students aware of the PAT policy, and any procedure for having students personal electrical equipment tested.||All portable appliances supplied or used in the premises by staff are inspected and maintained in accordance with the College’s Electrical Appliances policy. Arrangements for the testing of students’ personal electrical equipment are included in the PAT policy. The College makes students aware of the PAT policy at induction. PAT Testing records are maintained digitally.|
|2.18||Essential||There must be a procedure for dealing with any potentially dangerous personal electrical equipment. This might include labelling as unsafe, an instruction to remove, or in extreme cases (subject to the terms of the licence or tenancy), for example if there is a risk of fire or electrocution removal to safe keeping or disabling. The students must be made aware of the procedure and the action implemented.||A procedure for dealing with potentially dangerous personal electrical equipment is included in the Appliances Policy.|
|2.19||Essential||All premises must be provided with hot and cold water to appropriately marked taps. Any cold water supply that is not drinkable should be clearly identified.||All premises are supplied; All taps are marked; non-drinkable water is indicated.|
|2.20||Essential||All waste water must be removed via an appropriate trapped connection to the sewerage system||All wastewater is removed via an appropriate trapped connection to the sewerage system.|
|2.21||Essential||Hot and cold water services must be installed, monitored and maintained in accordance with the HSE and statutory public health requirements including Legionella testing.||All water services are inspected and maintained by an external contractor (Eaton Environmental).|
|Building and Room Security|
|2.22||Essential||H/FEE managed accommodation must be securable against intrusion. All registered buildings must be subject to local security risk assessments, with particular attention being paid to access control, surveillance of site perimeter and securing ground and basement windows.||Security assessments are carried out for all sites. A Physical Security Policy is in effect for all sites.|
|2.23||Essential||All main entrances and individual bedroom doors must be lockable, the main entrance door being accessible by all student tenants of the building and bedroom doors accessible only by the student occupant.||All main entrances and individual bedroom doors are lockable, the main entrance door being accessible by all student tenants of the building and bedroom doors accessible only by the student occupant.|
|2.24||Essential||All basement, ground and first floor windows must be securable by the student in order to deter theft and intrusion in student bedrooms.||All basement, ground and first floor windows are securable by the student in order to deter theft and intrusion in student bedrooms.|
|2.25||Essential||All members of staff (including contractors) must be readily identifiable whilst on the premises. There must be a record kept of staff accessing bedrooms in the absence of the student.||All staff operating within residential areas wear uniforms, and are able to provide ID cards.
Contractors are issued with contractor badges, to be displayed at all times.
Any maintenance staff accessing a bedroom during a student’s absence will leave a card.
|2.26||Essential||Staff must be subject to vetting/checks in accordance to the institutions policy formulated under the relevant legislation. Such policy to include reference to contractors.||The College reserves the right to request that all of its employees conduct a DBS check at any point during their employment.
The College reserves the right to check the names of its employees against the sex offenders’ register at any point during their employment.
Appointees to roles that involve regular engagement with children or adults at risk (these include the Access & Outreach Officer, College Nurse, and Welfare Coordinator) are automatically required to provide satisfactory DBS checks as a condition of employment.
A Site Rules for Contractors document is provided to contractors.
|2.27||Essential||The procedures regarding the issuing of keys/access cards (including the replacement of lost keys) must be clear and transparent and arrangements for access in the event of lost keys etc must be set out in the students welcome pack or equivalent.||Details regarding the process of replacing lost keys are included as part of the induction process.|
|2.28||Essential||Establishments must advise students of the procedure to follow in the event of an emergency e.g. bomb alert, summoning an ambulance, reporting a crime or suspicious behaviour.||Details regarding these procedures are included as part of the Induction Slideshow.
Posters are displayed throughout College buildings.
A draft Invacuation, Lockdown & Evacuation procedure has recently been produced.
|2.29||Essential||Wherever student residences are monitored by CCTV this must be advised in the foyer or on the external entrance to the building. Installation and operation must be in accordance with the relevant regulations.
|Wherever student residences are monitored by CCTV this is advised on or near to the external entrance to the building. Installation and operation is in accordance with the relevant regulations.|
|Kitchen Facilities and Cooking Equipment|
|2.30.||Essential||Where provided all kitchen facilities must be maintained in good order and repair with all equipment supplied in good working order. Facilities for the preparation, cooking and storage of food must be appropriate to the number of students using the facilities in accordance with local authority published standards. User instructions must be available.||Where provided all kitchen facilities are maintained in good order and repair with all equipment supplied in good working order. Facilities for the preparation, cooking and storage of food are appropriate to the number of students using the facilities in accordance with local authority published standards. User instructions are available online via the College website.|
|2.31||Essential||Cold storage provision must be made available within self-catering properties||Cold storage provision is available within all self-catering properties.|
|Bathroom, Toilet and Shower Areas|
|2.32||Essential||These areas must be provided with adequate ventilation and slip-resistant flooring. All sanitary ware must be in good working order and free from cracks and breaks. All toilets must be provided with fitted toilet seat. Shower curtains or screens should be provided as appropriate.||These areas are provided with adequate ventilation and slip-resistant flooring. All sanitary ware is kept in good working order and free from cracks and breaks. All toilets are provided with a fitted toilet seat. Shower curtains or screens are provided as appropriate.|
|2.33||Desirable||Décor and furnishings should be provided and maintained in reasonable condition. All furnishings provided must conform to the relevant regulations.||Décor and furnishings are provided and maintained in reasonable condition. All furnishings provided conform to the relevant regulations.|
|2.34||Essential||All bedrooms must be fitted as a minimum with bed, mattress, worktop or study desk, chair, curtains/blind, drawers/shelving, wardrobe and waste receptacle.||All bedrooms are fitted as a minimum with bed, mattress, worktop or study desk, chair, curtains/blind, drawers/shelving, wardrobe and waste receptacle.|
|Post and Mail|
|2.35||Essential||The H/FEE must put in place suitable arrangements for the receipt and distribution of student mail. The arrangements should be set out in the students welcome park or similar induction material. Distribution and collection details should be made available. Students should be advised of any arrangements for forwarding or redirecting mail after the end of the tenancy/license period.
|Postage and distribution of student mail is conducted via the College Lodge.
Students are advised of arrangements for forwarding or redirecting mail after the end of the tenancy/licence period.
|3.1||Essential||Where an H/FEE is directly responsible for repairs and maintenance these must be carried out by appropriately identified H/FEE employed staff or external approved contractors.||All repairs and maintenance are either carried out by appropriately identified College staff or by external approved contractors.|
|Fault/Defect Notification and Rectification|
|3.2||Essential||The H/FEE must provide students with information on how to report a defect or fault, including out of office hours procedure and expected response times from the service.||Details of reporting a fault or defect are available on the College website, and are provided in the induction briefing to freshers.|
|3.3||Desirable||The information should set down response times in the published categories – the usual terminology will be: emergency, urgent and non urgent. If response times are different for different locations this should be made clear. Students should be kept informed or progress in rectifying any reported defect and in particular any delay in meeting defined response times e.g. if an initial visit is diagnostic or if batching of works occurs.||Response times are set out on the College website.
Students are kept informed of progress in rectifying any reported defect and in particular any delay in meeting defined response times.
|3.4||Desirable||Where repairs or maintenance work is necessary due to damage caused by residents or their guests, the residents should be notified of the total cost and charges for the repair as soon as practicably possible.||Where repairs or maintenance work is necessary due to damage caused by residents or their guests, the residents are notified of the total cost and charges for the repair as soon as practicably possible.|
|3.6||Desirable||All maintenance works should be undertaken so as to minimise inconvenience to residents. This will not always be possible with unplanned (reactive) maintenance. For planned maintenance 7 days notice should normally be given to residents; endeavours should be made to avoid sensitive periods such as examinations. For urgent work the minimum notice should be 24 hours unless an emergency requires immediate action.||For planned maintenance works, 7 days’ notice is normally given to residents. For urgent work, the minimum notice is 24 hours, unless an emergency requires immediate action.|
|3.7||Desirable||Grounds should be cleared of rubbish and litter on a regular basis and kept tidy. Students should be encouraged to avoid causing, or adding litter. Particular care should be taken to provide adequate and appropriately located cigarette disposal bins.||Grounds are cleared of rubbish and litter on a regular basis and kept tidy. Students are encouraged to avoid causing, or adding litter. Cigarette disposal bins are provided near entrances and designated smoking areas. A smoking policy is in effect.|
|Snow and Ice Clearance Policies|
|3.8||Desirable||Policies on snow and ice clearance should specify expected clearance times and should be displayed in a communal area and/or on the appropriate website where residences are part of a campus environment. Residences in urban areas should display advice regarding the Local Authorities responsibilities.||The policy on snow and ice clearance specifies expected clearance times. It is displayed in the College Lodge and on the website.
Residences in urban areas display advice regarding the Local Authority’s responsibilities.
|4.1||Essential||Adequate heating, lighting, hot water and ventilation must be provided, as appropriate, for each bedroom, social space, kitchen, circulation space (e.g. corridors, stair cases, entrance lobbies) and shower/bath room.||Adequate heating, lighting, hot water and ventilation are provided as appropriate for each bedroom, social space, kitchen, circulation space (e.g. corridors, stair cases, entrance lobbies) and shower/bathroom.|
|4.2||Essential||H/FEEs must be able to demonstrate how they encourage residents and staff to be environmentally responsible in their consumption of energy and water.||Signage advising switch off of lighting is noted in student bedrooms.
Advice on conservation of water/energy is provided during student induction.
The College records its energy consumption and carbon production in compliance with the Carbon Reduction Commitment. Information is reported to students via the Domus Committee and data is shared with common room environmental representatives.
|4.3||Essential||Provision must be made for the collection of all domestic refuse generated from residences. Details should be communicated to students and notices on collection arrangements should be placed in appropriate common areas.||Refuse is collected and removed by College staff.|
|4.4||Desirable||Arrangements for reporting infestations should be made clear together with the anticipated response times.||Details of reporting infestations are available on the College website, and are provided as part of the induction briefing.|
|4.5||Desirable||Where local authority or private recycling/reuse schemes exist, and where it is viable to do so, the H/FEE should encourage residents to take advantage of this provision. Details of recycling arrangements including the location of recycling stations should be communicated to students and contained in the H/FEEs environmental policy.||Comingled recyclable materials are collected and removed by College staff.|
|Transport and Travel|
|4.6||Essential||Residents must be advised of any car parking arrangements. The information provided must also refer to the availability of bicycle and motor cycle parking.||This information is provided in the Accommodation section of the College website.|
|4.7||Desirable||Residents should be provided with details of access to public transport and any designated safe walking routes.
|Information is provided as part of the induction process|
|5.1||Essential||H/FEEs must have a clear and coherent statement in place outlining the relationship between the H/FEE, as landlord and the student, as tenant or licensee.||The College issues tenants with an accommodation, outlining this relationship.|
|5.2||Essential||A written contract must exist between the H/FEE and the student for the provision of residential accommodation prior to the commencement of the tenancy. This must be provided by the H/FEE and include reference to any contractual terms and responsibilities of both the H/FEE and the student. The H/FEE must provide the student with a copy of this residential contract.||The College issues tenants with an accommodation, outlining this relationship.|
|5.3||Essential||The terms of any contractual relationship and information on the respective roles and responsibilities of the H/FEE and the student must be made available to all prospective residents in advance of students entering into a contractual relationship for residential accommodation.||A copy is available to view on the College website.|
|5.4||Desirable||Establishments should return deposits held within 28 days of the end of the tenancy.||The College does not retain housing deposits.|
|5.5||Essential||The H/FEE must make available the following information:|
|5.51||Essential||Students must be advised of any cleaning schedules. These must include which areas are cleaned, the frequency of cleaning, and any student responsibility for cleaning of facilities in accordance with a service level statement if applicable. All rooms must be prepared for the start of occupancy in a clean and habitable way.||The cleaning service provision is stated in the Accommodation Licence. Supplemental site-specific arrangements are explained to students verbally by their scouts (housekeeping staff) and can be agreed as needed.|
|5.52||Essential||Laundry facilities where provided, must be maintained in good working condition. Instructions, including fault reporting and emergency procedures, must be made available.||Laundry facilities are provided by a third party contractor, who provide information in compliance with this requirement.|
|5.53||Desirable||The relevant procedures for application and allocation of residential accommodation including any application eligibility criteria.||Fresher rooms are assigned by the College prior to arrival. There are no priority allocations made or offered, except to students with particular needs (e.g. disability).
Non-fresher rooms are currently assigned by common room-specific ballot processes.
|5.54||Desirable||The total number of rooms available by type (i.e. single, en-suite and self catering).||The details of all College accommodation are provided on the College website.|
|5.55||Desirable||The fees and charges for each type of available accommodation.||This information is available to view on the College website.|
|5.56||Desirable||The length of the contract period for each room type.||This information is available to view on the College website.|
|5.57||Desirable||Availability, if any, of car parking facilities and/or cycle storage.||This information is provided in the Accommodation section of the College website.|
|5.58||Desirable||Payment schedules and options for payment, including any additional costs that may be incurred by a resident (e.g. late payment charges, debt pursuance charges, debt arrears penalties) and any discounts that may be available and the terms under which these are offered.||This information is provided in the Finance section of the College website.|
|5.59||Desirable||Damage deposits/caution fees: how any scheme operated by the H/FEE is administered and specifically: how much is to be paid, what the money is to be used for, and when/how balances are to be returned.||The College does not require students to pay damage deposits/caution fees.|
|5.510||Desirable||The terms under which a student or H/FEE is able to terminate or cancel a residential contract.||This information is contained in the Accommodation Licence.|
|5.511||Desirable||The procedure for lodging a complaint about the residential accommodation or management of the property, or ancillary services provided by an H/FEE.||This information is available to view on the College website.|
|5.512||Desirable||Information concerning management’s right of access to study bedrooms.||This information is contained in the Accommodation Licence, and on the College website.|
|5.513||Desirable||Service level statements (SLS’s) or equivalent: should set out schedules and response times for any services which are required in each establishment.||A Service Level Statement is available on the College Website.|
|5.514||Desirable||The procedure for reporting a defect or requesting maintenance: including who to contact.||This information is available to view on the College website.|
|5.6||Essential||Arrangements for access in the event of lost keys etc must be set out in the students welcome pack or equivalent.||Information is provided as part of the induction process. A key log is kept for all temporary or permanent issuing of keys.|
|5.7||Essential||H/FEEs must hold an induction briefing, and/or provide relevant information to students by way of literature or other e-induction processes at the beginning of occupation. This must advise students that their accommodation is covered by this code. It should also include specific advice on issues such as health, safety (e.g. fire evacuation procedures), welfare matters conduct and behaviour and guidance on communal living.||An induction briefing is provided to all freshers.|
|Management Contact Details|
|5.8||Essential||At the commencement of occupancy H/FEEs must provide students with relevant contact details of duty officers/wardens/ security staff, student representatives etc and also, as appropriate, any central accommodation office, maintenance office or halls office.||This information is provided in the Information for Members document, and other information is available on the College website.|
|5.9||Essential||H/FEEs must provide a statement outlining the extent of their own insurance liabilities in respect of a student’s belongings and personal items.||Information is provided as part of the induction process, and on the College website. A statement of the College’s Public Liability Policy is displayed at all sites, and on the website.|
|6.1||Essential||H/FEEs must provide information to students in respect of its provision of welfare support, financial advice and counselling services, particularly to the provision of accommodation. The information must also include reference to services provided by the students union.||A welfare induction is provided to all freshers. Detailed information including contact details are available on the College website.|
|6.2||Essential||H/FEEs must ensure that residents have information on and access to out of hours emergency support including contact details and procedures to follow.||The College Lodge is manned 24/7, and can facilitate access to welfare support.
Junior Dean (residential pastoral support staff) information is displayed at all residential sites.
|6.3||Essential||H/FEEs must encourage registration with the local health service or a local GP or, where these exist, with their own medical services.||This is noted in the induction provided to all freshers.|
|7.1||Essential||The H/FEE must demonstrate procedures to minimise and, deal with, any anti-social behaviour by tenants or their visitors.||Procedures are outlined in the Information for Members document. The College has disciplinary bye-laws to address behavior. The Student Conduct Officer provides a briefing to all freshers outlining processes in the event of misconduct..|
|Conduct and Behaviour|
|7.2||Desirable||The H/FEE should encourage residents to act in a fit and proper manner at all times, treat both the property and neighbours – fellow students, staff and members of the local community – with due respect, regard and consideration.||Information is provided as part of the induction process, and as part of the Information for Members document.|
|7.3||Essential||The H/FEE must make residents aware of the H/FEEs code of behaviour and disciplinary procedures, and how it deals with any inappropriate conduct of behaviour.||This information is available to view on the College website.|