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Find out how to manage your work or non-work related injury.
Learn about the steps involved when applying for a work injury claim.
You may be covered for work-related injuries. Report your injury quickly so you get the help you need.
You may be eligible for compensation and entitlements if you have suffered a work-related accident.
If you are an injured employee, additional information can be requested in relation to your claim.
Find out more about rehabilitation after an injury.
Injuries can disrupt your working life, inevitably raising many questions that need answers.
The University and UniServices Limited are accredited employers in the ACC Partnership Programme.
Find out how you can report concerns and hazards at the University.
Stop, think, act! Learn how you can protect yourself and others in an emergency situation.
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