The WHS Action Plan commits the university’s work areas to:
- identifying and managing the factors that can lead to excessive stress
- reducing the most common work-and learning-related injuries and illnesses
- identifying and managing a minimum of their Top 5 community wellbeing (WHS) risks
- conducting WHS risk assessments about safety and wellbeing issues that are not immediately obvious.
It’s important that we all contribute to realising these commitments.
Read our WHS and Wellbeing Policy
Visit the SafetyHub
Your WHS Action Plan
Explore the plan’s practical guidance about how you contribute to the safety and wellbeing of your campus.
You can make a difference by optimising the ergonomics of your workstations, talking to your supervisor about wellbeing issues, including workload, reporting incidents in riskware, contributing to WHS risk assessment processes and conversations, and influencing others to apply safe systems of work.
View ergonomic resources
Learn to support your wellbeing
Work area contributions
Supervisors and managers advocate for our safe campuses. They will support you to realise the objectives and targets that inform the WHS Action Plan.
Your supervisors and managers will consult with you during team meetings and support you to apply safe systems of work, including emergency processes.
Read the WHSMS Communication and Consultation Procedure
Read the WHS Risk Management Procedure