Managing Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) is an important component of contractor management at UC. UC has a broad array of WHS risks due to the variety of work that occurs across campus. Hazard types and workplace settings vary greatly and include: construction work, laboratories, workshops, hazardous chemical handling, radiation usage and infrastructure upgrades.
UC is committed to:
- The Health and Safety of all, (including: staff, students, contractors and visitors). UC subscribes to the principle of “UC SAFE” and expects all work to be performed with safety as the first priority.
- Striving for environmental sustainability by managing all works in a manner that ensures risks to the environment are mitigated prior to any work commencing.
- Complying with the Work Health and Safety Act and Regulation, and all other relevant legislation, regulations, codes of practice and national standards.
To ensure UC remains a “UC SAFE” workplace and also meets its WHS Duty of Care, UC requires contractors to abide by the following:
- UC SAFE - Safety is always your first priority.
- Comply - with all UC Procedures and contractual requirements
- Plan - Design and implement a safe system of work for every task performed
- Risk Assess - Identify all hazards, evaluate the likelihood and consequence of these and then develop effective control measures.
- Right Tool for the Job - Provide workers the proper and safe equipment and substances to perform any task
- Trained and Licensed - Provide adequate instruction, training and supervision of all workers
To ensure this occurs, UC require that prior to performing any work at UC, all persons shall read and sign the Contractor Induction and return signatures to the UC representative managing the contractor. The UC induction will advise contractors, their staff and sub-contractors of their obligations and also in cases of high risk work, direct the contractor to UC procedural documents with a more thorough explanation of UC requirements. The induction and associated procedures and forms are available here on the Contractor Portal
New to Site:
- All contractor businesses must be CM3 accredited.
- All contractors must complete a Site Induction (found below)
- All safety documentation such as SWMS, licences and valid insurances must be sighted by UC
- Contractors must sign in at Building 16 or the Security Office
Information, Documents and Forms
UC has a standard shutdown period from the 24 December 2018 returning to work on 2 January 2019.
Please check with your UC representative on their personal leave arrangements and potential restrictions on work. In the event of an emergency please contact security on 02 6201 2222
We hope you all have a fun and safe holiday period and look forward to working with you in 2019.
- Asbestos Management Procedure (2.2 MB PDF File )
- Barriers and Barricading Procedure (1.3 MB PDF File )
- Confined Space Work Procedure (1.2 MB PDF File )
- Contractor Environmental Management Procedure.pdf (175.0 KB PDF File )
- Electrical Safety Management Procedure (759.7 KB PDF File )
- Fall Prevention and Working at Heights Procedure (2.0 MB PDF File )
- Ground Disturbance and Surface Penetration Procedure (1.1 MB PDF File )
- Hot Work Procedure (844.6 KB PDF File )
- Isolation Lockout and Tagging Procedure (703.9 KB PDF File )
- Lifting Operations Procedure (1.8 MB PDF File )
- Permit to Work System (1.3 MB PDF File )
- WHS - 250.1 Contractor WHS Monthly Performance Report (37.8 KB MS Word Document )
- Asbestos Removal Permit (83.1 KB MS Word Document )
- Ceiling Access Permit (for Buildings 6 & 7 only) (266.5 KB MS Word Document )
- Confined Space Permit Form (87.2 KB MS Word Document )
- Electrical Isolation and Test Certificate (88.8 KB MS Word Document )
- Ground Disturbance Surface Penetration (Excavation) Permit (79.7 KB MS Word Document )
- Hot Work Permit (88.9 KB MS Word Document )
- Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form (87.6 KB MS Word Document )
- Small Project EMP Template (57.9 KB MS Word Document )
- Take Five Form (89.8 KB MS Word Document )
- Working at Heights Permit (84.5 KB MS Word Document )