The University Health, Safety and Wellbeing Team
Our role is to provide a harmonised approach to health, safety, wellbeing (HSW) and injury management to the University and its staff. This includes:
- setting the direction and policy for HSW across the University;
- ensuring a consistent approach to the management of HSW across the University;
- providing advice and support for our clients on general health and safety matters in specialist areas such as biosafety, chemicals, radiation, rehabilitation and injury management;
- providing specialist support and advice for regulated areas such as biosafety, biosecurity and radiation;
- managing early intervention programs and coordinating staff wellbeing initiatives and programs (including employee assistance program and injury management) to provide support to staff with injury, illness or disability including management of the staff counseling program.
GSafe - Safety management system
Log an incident / injury / hazard / near miss. Complete a risk assessment / audit / lab application
pocketSafety enables you to report incidents and hazards from your mobile devices anytime, anywhere.
Griffith University is committed to supporting and enhancing the wellbeing of its staff. The Wellbeing Program provides opportunities for employees to improve their wellbeing, and focuses on four key areas; healthy lifestyle, community, minds and places.
Staff counselling program
A confidential wellbeing resource available for all employees and their immediate family members.
Wildfires are a major threat to Queensland homes and businesses. The devastation caused by bushfires has been estimated to cost $1.6 billion annually to the Australian taxpayer and can lead to loss of life for both animals and people. At Griffith, we recognise the real threat of an uncontrolled bushfire and need everyone’s help to prevent them.