Working in Isolation

Health and Safety Management System

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Susan Butler, Health & Safety Specialist Services Manager

susanb@unimelb.edu.au

T: 834 43085

Working in Isolation

The current Working in Isolation procedures, whilst suitable to current situation, will shortly be due for review. It’s timely to come together to discuss the current University expectations and to improve on the current documentation and processes.

To get the most out of this session it would be useful to read the requirements prior to the session.

Audience

Health and Safety Business Partners.

Focus

This information sessions focus is working in isolation and intends to familiarise Health and Safety Business Partners with:

  • relevant sections of the Health & Safety website
  • current University requirements – such as procedures and processes
  • regulatory requirements
  • available guidance material

This is an informal with the first 10 to 15 minutes covering the above dot points, with the rest of the session open to questions.

Benefits of attending

What are the benefits of attending these sessions?

  • possibly learn something now, or confirm your knowledge is up to date
  • provide clarity
  • increase understanding

Zoom enabled

Zoom will be available on the day for those who cannot attend in person. Details are available on the Zoom meeting details page (requires university username and password)

HSMS Sessions background

Health & Safety Services are running a variety of sessions under the banner of “Understanding the Health and Safety Management System” (HSMS). These informal sessions are designed for Health and Safety Business Partners who provide day-to-day safety advice and support to local areas.

Each 1 hour session will cover a different safety topic relating to the University's HSMS to familiarise Health and Safety Business Partners. The first 10-15 minutes will cover the below dot points, with the rest of the session open to questions:

  • relevant sections of the Health & Safety website
  • current University requirements – such as procedures and processes
  • available guidance material

Attendance Survey

If you attended this session, in person or via zoom, please take a moment to complete our short survey to help us tailor future sessions (survey will be available after the session):

Attendee Survey