The University takes seriously the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff. This is part of our commitment to providing a safe, inclusive and equitable environment for everyone who studies and works here.
Responding to gender-based harassment
The University has a number of resources and steps to support staff who experience, witness or are concerned about gender-based harassment (or harassment from an external and/or unknown source).
- Where there is a real or imminent threat to personal safety, call the Police on 111 immediately.
- Call the Staff Service Centre (SSC) on ext 86000. You will be directed to specially trained staff who will support you and ensure appropriate, confidential follow-up actions are taken to help keep you safe.
- You can also report the incident to your academic head, line manager or HR representative and they will support you through the confidential reporting procedures.
Read the University’s Prevention of Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination Policy and Procedures
Gender-based Harassment Working Group
The University has established a Gender-based Harassment Working Group to enhance policies, procedures, training, guidelines and resources regarding gender-based harassment.