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University standards help to ensure that potential hazards are identified and appropriate controls put in place.
One of the University's core risks is compliance with its statutory work-related health and safety obligations.
Field activities are vital to learning and teaching, but it is essential that safety measures are undertaken.
This overarching standard can be measured against the standards AS/NZS IEC 60825.1 and AS/NZS IEC 60825.14.
It can be dangerous to work at heights. It's important to be familiar with the University standard.
The standard helps to facilitate the adoption of the Biological Risk Management and Containment Protocol.
Providing a strategy for the management and control of risks from asbestos material.
It's vital that appropriate information from any incidents is captured, and having a standard helps to achieve this.
Learn about our rehabilitation standard.
Find out more about our accident leave standard and the compensation you may get.