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- Each individual within the college community shares in the responsibility of sustaining a safe and healthy environment. To promote the health and safety of students and staff as well as the cleanliness of the buildings, George Brown College has adopted firm rules regarding its campuses. These include no animals (except for Service Animals) and no in-line skates (such as Rollerblades), bicycles or other vehicles in college buildings. (All campuses have approved bicycle storage areas.) For more information about Service Animals, review the George Brown College AODA Accessibility Policy.
- Insurance regulations prevent you from bringing children into classes or leaving them unsupervised in libraries or other common areas.
- In accordance with City of Toronto By-law No. 23-88 and the Smoke-free Ontario Act, George Brown College is a smoke-free environment.
- For related information, visit the Campus Security web page, the Fire Emergency Procedures web page, the Medical Emergency Procedures web page, the Other Emergency Information web page and the SafeWalk Program web page.