South Queens Building
South Building Entrance
The South Building entrance is located past the vehicular barrier, left and straight ahead.
There are two steps to access this entrance.
There are two accessible routes into the South Building; through the Central Building entrance and the West Building entrance.
The buildings are linked (see 'Queen's buildings' plan at the top right of this page)
The lift call buttons are positioned 1100mm above the floor.
The lift car is 1980mm x 1480mm
Lift call buttons in the lift car are positioned 980 - 1200mm above the floor.
There are both visual and audio floor level indicators.
Accessible toilets are available in the West and Central
Pool Rooms are centrally booked teaching rooms. Click on the room links below for accessibility information.
The emergency exit routes are clearly labelled (the green running man). Please take the time to familiarise yourself with the exits and exit routes.
If you think you might require assistance in the event of an emergency evacuation, you must arrange a Personalised Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) as soon as possible. Students must contact their School Disability Contact to arrange a PEEP. Staff will need to contact their School / Division Disability Contact or manager to arrange a PEEP. Please remember that it is your responsibility to inform the relevant person that you require a PEEP to be set up.
In an emergency evacuation the lifts must not be used. For anyone unable to safely evacuate using the stairs, there are safe refuge points located in every stair well on each upper floor. Refuge points are sign posted. When at the refuge point, you must use the phones, which go directly to Security when picked up. You must inform Security of your location and that you require assistance. Security will communicate information to you in relation to what is happening and reassure you. You must remain in the refuge area until advised otherwise or someone comes to your assistance. Refuge points are located such as to provide a safe area for at least 30 minutes in the event of a real fire.