安全最重要!留学生如何预防意外发生

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澳大利亚的整体治安良好,但是,作为手无缚鸡之力的留学生,还是需要事事小心和警惕的。特别是在悉尼,由于渐渐进入冬季,一般下午5点天色就渐渐变黑了。女学生们,更是建议结伴而行,多一份安全感。下面是一份安全出行指南,希望大家都重视安全出行。




To-Do List



1. 结伴而行,群体的力量是强大的


2. 告知至少一位朋友或者同住的房东,自己的去向


3. 贵重财物放在家里


4. 尽量行走在人多的街道、明亮的公共场所,通常CCTV会有监控


5. 交友谨慎:对新认识的朋友,友爱如鸽,却也要机警如蛇


6. 随声携带手机,紧急时刻,求助警方


许多留学生,由于思想单纯,非常害怕报警。大声告诉各位同学,不用害怕,遇到危险第一时间拨打“000”报警电话,遏制恶势力。只有警方知道某些地方存在比较高的犯罪率,才能提高警力更好的服务大众。



Don't Do List



1. 不要单独夜行,特别不要单独走小径


2. 不要激怒陌生人或是轻易相信流浪者


3. 财物不要外露


4. 不要说走就走的旅行,特别危险


5. 不要与世隔绝,关心身边人、身边事


6. 不要随声携带小刀等防身工具。(通常这将带来更严重的伤害)


下文是一份转自网络的安全指引,其中包括了各种情况要注意的安全事项细节。虽然内容有些长,但是请大家仔细阅读,提高警惕。


Personal safety


While Australia is generally a safe place to live and study, it is still important that you take precautions to reduce the chance of an incident occurring.


Going out

When you are out with friends or by yourself, here are some simple things to consider:


  • Always plan your trip home, especially at night. You may want to pre-book a taxi or arrange transport with a friend.  Always make sure you have enough money to get home.

  • Try to travel with a friend or in a group.

  • Keep your bag and belongings close to your body and where you can always see them.

  • Never hitch hike.

  • If you don’t have a mobile phone, make sure you have a phone card or money to make a phone call.

  • Where available, use pedestrian walkways and cross the street at pedestrian crossings or lights.

  • Leave valuables at home if you don't need to take them with you. This includes jewellery, electronic equipment such as iPads and your passport. If you've recently arrived and don't have anywhere permanent to live yet, talk to your institution’s international student support staff about secure storage facilities on campus.

  • Don't carry large amounts of money with you. You can access your money at ATMs found in shops, supermarkets, petrol stations, shopping malls, bars, shop fronts and many other public places.

  • Call 000 in the event of an emergency. Remember, calls to 000 are free of charge.


Public transport

Public transport is reliable and widely used in Australia, particularly in metro and urban areas. A number of security measures have been implemented to maximise the safety of public transport users including security officers and guards, help points, good lighting and security cameras. However you should still use caution when travelling on public transport:


  • Avoid isolated bus, rail and tram stops.

  • Check transport timetables to avoid long waits, particularly at night.

  • Train carriages nearest to the driver or guard are lit and safest at night.

  • If you find yourself left in a train carriage on your own or with only one other person you may feel more comfortable moving to another carriage.


这里特别提醒一下大家,坐火车的时候,如果车厢内就你一个人,或者只有你一人和另一个人的时候,出于各种考虑,都是走去另一个车厢比较安全。


Taxis

Some tips when using taxis inAustralia:

  • Sit wherever you feel most comfortable – it is normal for passengers to sit in the front or the rear of the taxi.

  • Always ensure you know the address of your destination before getting into the taxi.

  • Tell the driver the route you would like to take to your destination, and don’t be afraid to speak up if the driver takes you a different route, particularly one you are unfamiliar with.

  • If you don’t want the driver to know exactly where you live, get them to drop you off a short distance away.


搭乘出租车,除了要知道目的地之外,也记得提前打开谷歌地图,大概知道和了解去目的地的线路,有任何的疑问,及时和司机沟通。如果感觉怪怪的,记得告诉目的地的朋友自己大概在哪里,或者选择提早下车,让朋友来附近接自己。总之,要把安全放在第一位。千万不要心里很害怕,着急,一直忍着。情急的时候,也可以联络自己的房东,或者警察。


At school or on campus

When you are at your institution during the day or night, here are some tips to help keep you safe:


  • Make sure you are aware of the security and emergency arrangements at your institution and in your local area. Your institution should provide you with this information either in your information pack or once you arrive.

  • Some large institutions offer security escort services or bus shuttle services for out of office hours. Contact your institution directly to see if this is a service they offer.

  • If you drive to your institution, try to park close to your destination and use well-lit car parks.

  • When leaving your institution at night try to walk with a friend or group, and take paths that are well lit and ideally frequently used by other people.


这里要特别提醒住在堪培拉或者是卧龙岗的同学。因为住得比较远,上课都是早出晚归的。所以,更加要注意上学、放学路上的安全问题。尽量找到同班级的同学一起结伴上下学,同时,也可以在微信以及班级的群里面和大家报告一下自己的行踪。路途中,切记不可露财。


Using the internet

When using internet, like anywhere in the world, you should protect yourself against spam, online scams like 'phishing', online bullying and identity theft. You can find moreinformation about protecting yourself online at Australia.gov.au. Many Australian internet service providers also offer guidance so check their website as well.


网络一直具有双面性,一方面很方便交友、参加社会活动,另一方则是滋生现代犯罪的手段。在任何一个网站都要注意保护自己的隐私,有时,你觉得自己在和一个很好的朋友聊天,但也许,他/她隔着屏幕正在策划自己的犯罪计划。所以,保护自己的隐私。多留一个心眼。


(英语原文出行安全指南引自 https://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au)


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