ACU has been awarded with an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality citation by Federal Government agency WGEA.
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Two webinars will provide a great opportunity for academics to gain an overview of how to use Adobe Connect and ask any difficult questions that can be answered by an expert of Adobe Connect.
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Use the policy documents to define, develop and maintain your policies to ensure consistency and quality across the University.
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Whether you're claiming reimbursement for expenses, preparing for your annual Performance Review or reporting a workplace hazard, find the form you need quickly in this handy listing.
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Staff have free access to thousands of online interactive training videos via Lynda.com. Learn at your own pace and pick up handy tips on everything from software to people management skills.
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What is a critical incident?
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.
Responding to critical incidents
The Critical Incident Management Policy outlines how the University responds and manages the risks that are associated with critical incidents.
Critical incident management is aligned with the University’s Risk Management Framework.
Responding to different types of emergencies
Click on In Case of Emergency poster for guidance about responding to specific emergencies.
Access other emergency and safety information, including a listing of staff First Aid Officers that can be contacted, during business hours, for first aid.
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