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Find out more about general health and safety issues at the University, including vehicle safety and manual handling.
Learn about how you can manage and control hazards in the office and the general work environment.
Learn some tips to make your home workstation more comfortable.
Always follow safe working practices to help you avoid injuries caused by manual handling.
The University uses vehicles for many of its operations. Find out more about how to operate vehicles safely.
Make sure you report concerns, incidents and hazards as soon as possible.
Learn more about safely working at heights, with information from our official standard and the procedures and guidelines that support it.
Guidance for students who are pregnant, or supporting a partner who is pregnant, during the course of your studies.
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