Campus Management works closely with the University community to ensure that our facilities are designed, constructed and maintained as safe and welcoming places to work, study and visit.
In achieving this outcome, Campus Management has adopted an integrated approach to building a 'best practice' safety culture and framework in accordance with national legislative requirements.
A key part of this approach is working collaboratively with all our stakeholders and the wider University community in the safe design of new buildings and refurbishment of existing buildings, and maintenance of existing facilities. This is reflected in our workplace health and safety management system, which promotes a proactive safety culture that is championed by leadership, supported by a safety framework and integrated into planning, throughout the project lifecycle and ongoing operational control.
Further information on the management of health and safety issues and procedures is available at Safety, Health and Wellbeing.
We can assist you with the following hazards:
If you require an immediate response to infrastructure hazards, contact Client services on 6488 2025.
The above hazards, and any incidents arising from these hazards, must be formally reported to UWA Safety and Health in accordance with the Notification and investigation procedures.
Staff, contractors and consultants involved with capital works, alterations and maintenance that may involve or have the potential to disturb hazardous materials, including asbestos, on University sites, must obtain and complete the Work area access permit before proceeding with work. This permit forms part of the job request.
The purpose of this permit is to ensure these hazardous materials are not disturbed or in the case of demolitions, removals or other works where disturbance is necessary, that the work is undertaken under the required controlled conditions.
The University Asbestos Materials Register must be referenced as part of this process. To access the register, contact Client services on 6488 2025.
Contractors, subcontractors and their workers must comply with the following policy and processes.
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