Students are responsible for adopting safe work practices.
All students must:
- Report all hazards and injuries to their supervisor or sports centre
- Not wilfully place at risk the health or safety of any other person at the University
- Not wilfully or recklessly interfere with or misuse anything provided in the interests of environmental health and safety or welfare of the University
- Are required to comply with all University and Departmental rules and procedures which relate to environment, health and safety
- Understand the University's Health and Safety Policy (MPF1205)
Requests by students to bring their children to the classroom shall be treated sympathetically by supervisors and teachers. Students should request permission to bring their children to work from their lecturer.
Do you have a disability?
A disability can include a range of conditions that many people do not identify as being a disability. Disabilities can include specific conditions such as epilepsy, chronic fatigue, diabetes, dyslexia, long term medical conditions, and mental health issues along with other traditionally identified conditions such as vision, hearing and physical impairments.
The University of Melbourne provides services that accommodate the needs of people whose disability has an adverse effect on their studies. Adjustments can be negotiated which assist such students to study in a more equal environment. These may include alternative assessment arrangements, alternative reading materials, and academic support workers to assist with a variety of tasks.
If you wish to know more about these services please see the Student Equity and Disability Support website.