The guide contains important information on university and school policies and should be read by all psychology students.Read now opens in a new window
UNSW is a leading Australian university with a diverse range of research, teaching programs and centres of excellence, covering a multitude of disciplines and research areas. Health and safety are intrinsic to the way we do business at UNSW. Our overall aim is “Harm to Zero”, with the expectation that all persons shall come to no harm while in the workplace.
The following values form the basis of achieving our aim of “Harm to Zero”:
For all matters relating to Occupational Health and Safety, see https://safety.unsw.edu.au.
Students enrolled in psychology courses are required to report any hazards or incidents in two ways:
You must report hazards or incidents using both methods.
Completion of an online OHS awareness course is mandatory for honours and postgraduate students. Those requiring laboratory work as part of their study may also be required to undertake a laboratory safety course. See the OHS Training page for further information.
If you fail to complete mandatory health and safety training:
Student safety and the security of personal property is a high priority at UNSW.
Personal safety on campus is something UNSW wants students to be aware of. UNSW encourages students to act positively and responsibly to enhance their own safety.
Safety on campus is managed by UNSW Security Services who are dedicated to providing a safe campus for the whole community.
UNSW is a large institution and includes a number of campuses. Each campus has a local security focus so it is important to find out what the safety procedures are at each location.
Visit the UNSW Student Life website for further information.