[Blueboard] SITUATION REPORT (Monday 27 January 2003)
uppa at admu.edu.ph
Mon Jan 27 17:18:30 PHT 2003
(Monday 27 January 2003)
WATER: All thirty-one cisterns and overhead tanks at the Loyola Heights, Rockwell and Salcedo campuses were certified safe and potable on 23 December 2002 and 13 January 2003.
PARKING: Grading and compaction of the Northwest carpark was completed Saturday, 25 January. At least 500 cars can now be accommodated there. The plan is to allocate the parking slots nearest the auxiliary road to Gate 3 for use of student-driven cars. The middle and north side near the creek will be for chauffer-driven cars.
Compaction of the NW carpark inadvertently affected the adjacent Social Science building across University Road. The heavy-duty roller that vibrates when compacting the ground caused tremors at the third floor of the Social Science building, causing concern among occupants of the building. To assure them of the building's safety, a structural engineer was requested to inspect the building and certify that the building is safe.
The West carpark is scheduled for major repair and will be decongested to improve the connection to the diversion road from Gate 2 to Gate 3. This is to improve traffic flow in the morning and during dismissal time. The start of the improvement work will be announced ahead of time.
The number of unlocked cars found on campus is decreasing. Campus security will continue to make the rounds.
SECURITY: All Leopard Security and Investigation Agency guards in the Loyola Heights campus were required to take the neuro-psychological tests and drug tests last Saturday, 25 January. The guards at the Ateneo Professional Schools in Rockwell and Salcedo campuses are also scheduled to take the same tests. Tests results will be submitted to the University by mid-February.
A Loyola Schools student and her father were held up inside their car Sunday night, 19 January. They were on their way home along E. Abada Street near Xavierville when another car blocked their way. Armed men entered their vehicle. They were taken to Marikina where another robbery occurred using their vehicle. They were robbed of their cell phones and cash but released with their car. This is a new mode of robbery. The community is warned to take precautions.
MAINTENANCE: A canteen concessionaire helper in the Loyola Schools complex inadvertently left on a gas stove overnight last 13 January. Fortunately, the gas tank ran out and the utensils, which were made of stainless steel prevented the fire from spreading. Action was taken against the concessionaire and helper for their carelessness. To ensure that this does not happen again, all canteens on campus are now required to inspect their stoves and burners before closing. Campus security is also monitoring the canteens and cafeterias on campus.
Please email comments to uppa at admu.edu.ph
Situation Report of 27 January 2003 is also posted at http://www.admu.edu.ph/upp/advisory.htm
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