If you are dealing with an emergency or crisis situation on any SFU campus, please call Campus Security at the numbers listed below. Campus Security's Emergency Response Team (ERT) will be dispatched to the emergency scene and will provide any necessary first aid. If necessary, security‚Äôs ERT will contact 911 and escort them directly to the emergency. If you are not on an SFU campus, please call 911.

During Health and Counselling Services operating hours, the patient may be transferred to the HCS Medical Clinic for further assessment and care. Clinics are located at Maggie Benston Centre, Room 0101 in Burnaby, and Room 300 in Harbour Centre, Vancouver.

*If you are staff or faculty, report all emergency, medical or psychological incidents to your supervisor.

Emergency Response in case of a Drug Overdose 

If you witness an individual suffering a suspected overdose call Campus Security or 911 immediately. Campus Security can get to a patient on campus very quickly and administer Narcan spray (if appropriate for the situation) while awaiting external emergency services personnel. This service is available at all SFU Campuses.

Campus Security 
personnel are on site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They carry Narcan nasal spray in their medical bags. 

Health & Counselling has Naloxone in the clinics, which can be administered by a doctor or nurse during clinic hours.

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SFU Campus Security Contact Information

or use blue emergency phones

From classroom phones contact Campus Security by dialling 1

Harbour Centre
Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue
Segal Graduate School of Business

From classroom phones contact Campus Security by dialling
12 Harbour Centre
13 Segal Graduate School of Business 


Goldcorp Centre for the Arts

Great Northern Way
Alexander Centre