Staying Safe at Work
The University is committed to providing its people with a welcoming, safe and healthy working and learning environment.
Staff, students and others should report incidents, near misses, injuries and hazards in riskware (online, reporting portal).
Access First Aid: Call a local First Aid Officer (during business hours) or contact the ACU National Security Centre (after hours).
In Life Threatening Situations: Call 000 and inform the ACU National Security Centre on 8888 or 1300 729 452 that emergency services were called.
Use your workstation in a way that minimises fatigue and the risk of an injury.
Access information about the claims processes, in each state, and how workers’ compensation can support staff to return to work in a sustainable way.
Watch the featured training videos: Safe Manual Handling, The Safe Use of Ladders and Risk Assessment.
Read about how ACU will meet its commitments to protect children and vulnerable adults. The University seeks to establish best practice in relation to arrangements for protecting children and vulnerable adults.
Looking After Your Wellbeing
Resources to help ensure your health and wellbeing:
A confidential counselling service available to staff.
Resources to help you ask someone R U OK? and offer support if you see someone may be having a hard time.
An online database providing staff with access to reliable health information.
Find out about staff discounts available to you through Bupa.
ACU offers a number of flexible working options because we understand how important it is for you to be able to balance your roles and responsibilities at work, at home and in the community.
ACU values the health and wellbeing of its staff and students and is committed to providing a smoke-free work and study environment. As a recognised leader in the provision of major programs in the fields of health and education, this move ensures the university is matching its best practice education with best practice policy.
Page last updated: 2017-11-08
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