Policies relating to Personal Conduct
|Title of Policy||Description|
Alcohol: policy and Guidelines on Consumption
Approved by: Senate on 2 November 1992
Date of effect: 3 November 1992
The University recognises that alcohol consumption is an established part of life in Australia and is enjoyed by many members of the University community. The University will not attempt to stop drinking on the campus, but will encourage moderation in and a responsible attitude towards the consumption of alcohol.
Campus Access Policy, Rule 2009
Approved by: Senate on 4 May 2009
Date of effect: 5 May 2009
The purpose of this Rule is to confer upon the University certain powers in relation to persons coming onto a campus or other property occupied by the University.
Harassment and Discrimination Prevention Policy and Resolution Procedure
Approved by: Vice-Chancellor on 4 February 2010
This policy provides a clear statement of the University's expectations of its staff, students and affiliates in respect of conduct that may constitute unlawful harassment or discrimination. It defines what is considered to be unlawful harassment and unlawful discrimination and provides the resolution procedure through which staff, students and affiliates may resolve complaints, problems and concerns of unlawful harassment and discrimination.
Equal Opportunities in Education
Approved by: Senate on 5 March 1990
Date of effect: 6 March 1990
The University has a policy of equal opportunity in education. It is important that individuals inside and outside the University are aware of this and of their rights and responsibilities with respect to the achievement of the aims of this policy.
HIV or Hepatitis: Policy on Students with HIV or Hepatitis B
Approved by: Vice-Chancellor in August 1996
Date of effect: August 1996
Policy on Students with HIV or Hepatitis B
Occupational Health and Safety Policy
Approved by: Vice-Chancellor on 18 June 2010
This policy sets out the University's commitment to providing a safe, healthy environment and experience for its staff, students, affiliates and visitors. The policy sets out the guidelines and procedures to be followed to ensure compliance with OHS legislation.
Occupational Health and Safety: Index of Policies and Guidelines
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Children in University Workplaces and Premises Policy
Approved by: Vice-Chancellor on 6 October 2010
This policy outlines the circumstances in which children may be brought into University workplaces and premises.