The Occupational Health and Safety Unit provides:
- a central management system for occupational health, safety, welfare, rehabilitation and workers' compensation services;
- a high level strategic advisory role to the University Executive and to the Vice-Chancellor, as Responsible Officer;
- expert occupational health, safety and welfare and injury management resources including policies, procedures, documentation, reports, advice and assistance to the University community;
- the development and implementation of local area occupational health, safety and welfare management strategies, together with their integration into the University's management plans, processes and programmes in partnership with the Cost Centres;
- a consultancy service in relation to workplace inspections; and
- conduct of investigations into workplace incidents in partnership with the relevant Cost Centre OHS staff and management.