Emergency Services (Health and Safety)

New Zealand Emergency Services (Police, Fire, Medical Emergency):

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 Dial:  111 from landline or mobile from anywhere within New Zealand

https://www.newzealandnow.govt.nz/living-in-nz/safety/emergency-services


 

University of Auckland –  Health, Safety, Security and Help Services

University UniSafe: 0800 373 7550 (Free phone within New Zealand from a mobile/landline or call +64 9 373 7599 extension: 85000)

Call from anywhere and we will try and help.

Emergency contacts

24-hour emergency telephone number (with in New Zealand):  0800 373 7550

City Campus security desk (Unisafe):
Phone: +64 9 373 7599 ext 85000 (available 24 hours)

 


Event Chair – Help Services

James Curran
Email: iasc-nzsa2017@stat.auckland.ac.nz
or contact GSC, Stats – Tel: +64-9-373 7599 | Extn: 89622

Let us know your name, current contact number and your location.

Also include what you would like us to help you with.


 

Deciding on calling 111 ?

These are some situations when making a 111 emergency call is the right thing to do:

  • chemical spill or fire
  • medical emergency
  • someone is badly injured or in danger
  • a serious risk to life or property
  • a crime is being committed and the offenders are still there or have just left
  • you have come across a major public disruption, like trees blocking a road
  • a dangerous situation is happening now or has just happened.

If you are not sure if it is an emergency but you are still worried, call 111 and ask the operator. They will help you work out what to do.

If it is a medical issue and you need advice, call Healthline on 0800 611 116.

Check the Police website for more information about making 111 calls.

Calling emergency 111 | NZ Police