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Spr 12 Training

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Spr 12 Training

  1. 1. The RA RoleBROUGHT TO YOU BY THE SENIOR RA’S
  2. 2. Necessity of Duty: Why We’re On-CallSafety, safety, safety!  Protect the residence hall and the residents inside. RAs and Night Staff work together to ensure quality safety.
  3. 3. What We Do “Call In” or check in with the Hall Coordinator On Call at 5 p.m. We are on call from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. the next morning We do rounds throughout the night when we walk through the halls, checking on both equipment and residents We address issues that are encountered during a round or communicated to us through residents or phone calls from you or people working the desk before your shift
  4. 4. How We Can Help YouSince Night Staff doesn’t necessarily live inside theresidence halls and may not be familiar with thelocation of everything, it is up to the RAs to assistyou when dealing with unfamiliar areas.
  5. 5. Getting to Know You RAs working the desk until midnight should greet Night Staff when they arrive. RAs working 8 a.m. desk shifts should greet Night Staff when they take over. On-call RA should introduce themself during rounds Ask Night Staff if they need anything when you see them working the desk

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