I feel unsafe
I feel unsafe at Fontys. What can I do?
Did you experience something that makes you feel uncomfortable at Fontys? Or do you simply want to know where to turn for help or advice in certain situations? Find your way around Fontys on this page and choose the most appropriate help for you.
If you think something is missing from this page, please let us know.
Is a common (unsafe) situation missing from this guide, and would you like to know where to go within Fontys? Let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org and we will assist you.
I am a victim of theft
In cases of theft, notify the Fontys control room: email@example.com or 08850-74966.
Making a report Report the crime to the police and ask for a copy of the police report. You will need this for insurance purposes.
ICT Servicedesk Has your Fontys laptop or mobile phone containing sensitive information been stolen? Please also notify the ICT Service Desk: firstname.lastname@example.org or 08850-77777.
There is an emergency situation. What can I do?
Call the internal alarm number 08850-77119
The control room will quickly raise the emergency services and provide them with access at the gate.
If necessary, call 112.
Report an accident Report an accident using this form. This is for insurance purposes.
I'm experiencing a problem abroad
Contact the Internationalisation co-ordinator at your institute.
Emergency situation? Contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. You can do this 24/7 on +31 247 247 247 (for Dutch nationals) .
Travel insurance Emergency number If you are insured at Fontys, the emergency number for advice or guidance is: +31 (0)10 4535 656
I have an uneasy feeling about someone or a situation
Notify the reception of the building in which you find yourself. Or call the control room: 08850-74966.
Less acute Talk about it with your academic counsellor (students) or line manager (staff) or notify email@example.com. E-learning for employees: learn how to recognise suspectbehaviour and how to deal with it.
Dennis Trip - Security advisor
Most of us don't think about security until something happens, which is a good thing. This means that we enjoy a safe environment at our schools. Nevertheless, it is good to stay alert of each other and your surroundings. With 40 to 42 thousand students and 4 to 5 thousand staff, it's always possible that something happens.
Lies Leijs - Student Counsellor
It is our aim to offer easily accessible help. We won’t make a drama out of things, although, of course, it sometimes is. The main thing is that the door is always open. Students have nothing to lose by walking in. There are professionals here to help you.