Occupational Health & Safety

UNSW's aim is to provide a safe, healthy and secure learning and working environment for all students, staff, contractors and visitors. To achieve this goal, everyone has a responsibility for ensuring that their actions do not adversely affect the health, safety and welfare of themselves or others. The university has laid out these goals in its OHS policy statement. The policy applies to all staff, students, visitors and contractors of UNSW.

The University has in place an Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS). An OHSMS is a set of plans, actions and procedures to manage health and safety in the workplace. All staff, students, visitors and contractors within CSE are required to work within this OHSMS. The system has 6 key elements.

Further information:

All completed forms should be authorised by your area supervisor and the Head of School and returned to the CSE OHS Manager.

OHS - Important Information

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If you have identified a hazard in your workplace, or want to report an incident then please report the incident online.

Or visit the UNSW OHS website for access to OHS forms.

If you have any other issues relating to OHS:

  • Inform your supervisor or manager who will bring the issue to the attention of the School's OHS Committee; OR
  • If your supervisor or manager does not follow up the issue within 24 hours, then please directly contact your workplace representative (pdf)

CSE OHS Meeting Dates 2013

All meetings will start promptly at 10.30am until 12noon and be held in the Head of Schools Committee Room, Room 103.

Friday 15 February 2013

Tuesday 30 April 2013

Tuesday 30 July 2013

Tuesday 29 October 2013

Contact CSE's OHS Manager for full details about OHS policy and procedures, including advice about equipment, training, and access to minutes for OHS meetings.