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Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
We have a range of workshops available to help staff gain greater knowledge of key health, safety and wellbeing issues.
Find out more about the first aid courses available at the University of Auckland.
Learn about the accident and incident reporting system used at the University of Auckland
Find out more about these workshops for stages one, two and three.
As a manager, you have a legal responsibility to keep your workplace safe for students and staff.
A computer-based training session that covers key DLP tasks in SciTrack, including tips and troubleshooting.
Two workshops: HSNO exempt laboratory managers, chemical safety induction programme
Building and fire warden training
Two workshops: Safe working practices for electrical workers, retesting
Three workshops: Undertaking an assessment, signing off on one, and how to do an assessment for a field activity.
A workshop that helps staff to understand family violence, its context and its impact on the University.
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