Come to the surveillance tents that the Faculty of Medicine installed for the benefit of your safety

To help ensure that the UNAM School of Medicine community is safe within its facilities, the Administrative Secretariat installed three surveillance tents, so that people know how to act and with whom to approach in the event of an accident, as well as to avoid situations that affect the safety of students, academics and workers, for the benefit of their tranquility and well-being.

The Raymundo Rodríguez Salgado, Coordinator of Operation and Administrative Control of the Administrative Secretariat, reported that the people in the tents are guards attached to the Faculty of Medicineand they have training agreed by the union and the university authorities, and are even being updated “because the Central Administration of the UNAM has a protocol at the University level, but each dependency has its peculiarities, so we are evolving according to the needs that are given”.

He also indicated that the community will be able to find the tents in a hours from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and they will be relocating them in different places strategically. At the moment they are in: the ground floor of building “B”, behind the elevators where the bicycles are; the second next to the food bars, which even the community in general can attend, since it is the passage to other places in Ciudad Universitaria; and the third outside the auditorium “Dr. Alberto Guevara Rojas.

«The advantage that they are tents and that they are not fixed is that if we detect a specific area that is being a yellow focus due to an incident, we can move them to that site«, pointed out Mr. Rodríguez Salgado.

Likewise, he highlighted the importance of people knowing of their existence so as to “support us and inform us”, and invited them to have the confidence to go to the Administrative Secretariat to ask for help, get information or make suggestions, always with the aim of making us work better, because we all are the #CommunityFacMed.

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