To be an authoritative and competent advisory service enabling and supporting practical approaches to risk management, fostering a culture of health and safety leadership and followership across the university's community.
SB7/04, Schwann Building
The University's Occupational Health (OH) department is a separate function to the Office of Health and Safety, and resides within the Human Resources (HR) Group.
Areas of the university's health and safety policy document OH takes central lead on are: -
Further information is available from the HR website.
Details of how to report an incident through the university's web-based system, along with information on follow up processes.
Information on the various health and safety training and awareness resources.
Find forms and checklists for risk assessments and more.
Replicating the Health and Safety Executive's 'Health and safety law - what you need to know' poster.
Location plans of assembly points for the respective buildings.
Details of the university's Health and Safety Committee
Guidance for first aid at the University.
Guidance for delivering assigned requirements under section 3.
Discover ways to contact the Office of Health and Safety.