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Faculty of Science

Faculty Occupational Health and Safety - General

Working from Home Policy
The Division does not support home-based work arrangements on an ongoing basis but recognises that staff will be required to undertake work from home from time to time. In these cases a risk asssessment of the area to be used needs to be undertaken by the employee. A proforma check list is provided to assist in assessing risks involved.
Working from home checklist

Training & Training Resources

External Training Resources
Employers First training directory

MU Training
CPD workshops

Training

General Safety Induction
this General Safety induction covers OHS policy, how to resolve an OHS issue and emergency procedures specific to the Faculty of Science. It is for all staff, postgraduate research students, visitors in the Faculty who have independent access to work areas and should be completed within the first four weeks on campus. Note that access to Laboratories is contingent on completion of this and other safety training as assessed by the supervisor.


The General Safety Induction is now available online. To access this and to obtain information on all OHS inductions new staff, HDR students and visitors are required to undertake please see our OHS Induction page.


General Laboratory Safety Guidelines. Laboratory Procedures and Practices. Laboratory safety begins with a safe attitude. The guidlines set out, provide a starting point for planning and maintaining safety in the laboratory.


Legislation
Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000

The Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001

Workers Compensation Act 1987

NSW Workcover

Newsletters

MU OHS Newsletters

WorkingArmour Newsletters

To make comments or suggestions or for further information about OHS in the Division please contact Michael Carley x9725.