Staff, students and contractors at ACU play an active role in identifying hazards and managing risks, both big and small, within working and learning spaces. Many smaller issues may be easily resolved. However whenever hazards and risks cannot be easily identified and solutions are not immediately obvious, staff members and student organisations are encouraged to use one of the ACU’s risk assessment forms or the Chemwatch Risk Management Module.
A critical incident is a major incident or series of events that have the potential to severely damage ACU’s people, operations, environment, its long-term prospects and/or its reputation. It requires a significant response and on-going management. This Policy encompasses the management of critical incidents from a human, hazard identification, and risk management perspective. It details the arrangements that apply to critical incident management in the context of the University’s Risk Management Framework.
The Policy and Procedures explain how ACU will meet its commitments to protect children and vulnerable adults. It complies with Australian statutory requirements and, above and beyond this, seeks to establish best practice in relation to arrangements for protecting children and vulnerable adults
Health, Safety and Wellbeing Policies
View a list of policies covering staff safety and wellbeing, along with responding to emergencies and how to report Work Health and Safety incidents at ACU.
Looking After Your Wellbeing
Resources to help ensure your health and wellbeing:
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.