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Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
Make sure you report concerns, incidents and hazards as soon as possible. It's essential information for the University and helps keep everyone safe.
Learn more about what to report and how to do it.
General information for reporting health and safety incidents for students
A notifiable event is a serious incident or accident where someone’s health or safety is seriously endangered.
Learn more about notifiable event triggers.
All accidents and incidents, even if there were no injuries, must be immediately reported and recorded.
Find out about the correct sequence of immediate response actions.
Stop, think, act! Learn how you can protect yourself and others in an emergency situation.
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