Health & Safety Consultation

 

Level 1 Committee Health, Safety & Environment Report

Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4
March 2018 May 2018 August 2018 November 2018
 March 2017  May 2017  August 2017 November 2017 
March 2016 June 2016 September 2016 November 2016
March 2015 May 2015 - December 2015
March 2014 May 2014 August 2014 December 2014
March 2013 May 2013 August 2013 December 2013
February 2012 May 2012 August 2012 December 2012
- - August 2011 November 2011

Health & Safety Representatives: Faculty/Divisions/Workgroups

Academic Division

Staff from the Academic Division were consulted in 2017 and agreed to consult on health and safety (H&S) matters using the following mechanisms: 

  • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible
  • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
  • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines and the opportunity to provide input where appropriate
  • Twice yearly H&S Forums., comprised of members who represent a particular workgroup

Academic Division staff should discuss health and safety matters with their manager/supervisor in the first instance. All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff may escalate to the Level 2 Divisional H&S meeting, and to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

Name Committee Workgroup
Academic Division
Iain Martin Office of the DVC Academic
Veronika Roth Secretary
Stephen Ford/Ben Crankshaw CFM
James Magistrale Tenancy & Divisions
Judy Haywood Library
Shaun O’Dwyer    Library
Jan Thomas Goodsell Building
Jane Conway Matthews Building
Ashley Dunne Matthews Building
Karine Doyle Chancellery Building
Rachel Abel Office of the DVC Academic

The Library has agreed to consult on health and safety (H&S) matters via the Library Level 3 Health and Safety Committee (HSC), comprised of members who represent a particular workgroup as listed below:

Library
Djamila Hacene Central Services and University Librarian's Office
Anna Troiano Central Services and University Librarian's Office
Todd Bonner Digital Library Services
Marijka Azzopardi Digital Library Services
Judy Haywood Information Services
Jessica Deane Information Services
Shaun O’Dwyer

Director, Central Services

Management Representative

Shaun O'Dwyer

Associate Director, Client Services

Management Representative

 Megan Van Wyk

Manager, Library Spaces

Management Representative

 James Kay

Chief Building Warden

Division of Research

Staff from the Division of Research (excluding MWAC) were consulted and agreed to consult on health and safety matters using the following mechanisms:

    • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible.
    • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
    • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines.
    • The level 2/3 Division of Research Health and Safety Committee (HSC)

Staff should discuss health and safety matters with their Manager/ Supervisor in the first instance and may also discuss with the HSC member representing their work group. All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff may escalate to the Level 2 meeting, to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

Name Committee Workgroup
Division of Research
Daniel Owens (Chair) Office of the DVCR (Chancellery)
Kay Rook L3 Rupert Myers Building (RGC/RECS/RFO/SYSTEMS/RAPPO/RRO)
Sue Kwong L3 Rupert Myers Building (RGC/RECS/RFO/SYSTEMS/RAPPO/RRO)
Cecilia Stenstrom L4 Rupert Myers Building                     (RSPO/PVCs/RDU)
Claudia Abouarrage L4 Rupert Myers Building                     (RSPO/PVCs/RDU)
Drita Baljevic L2 Rupert Myers Building                                 (UNSW Innovations)
Kylie Haldane L2 Rupert Myers Building                               (Graduate Research School)
Rebecca Lawrence L2 Rupert Myers Building                               (Graduate Research School)
Chris Marjo  Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre
Brendan Lee  Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre

The Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre (MWAC) has agreed to consult on health and safety (H&S) matters using the following mechanisms:

  • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible
  • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
  • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines and the opportunity to provide input where appropriate
  • The MWAC Level 3 Health and Safety Committee (HSC), comprised of members who represent a particular workgroup

MWAC staff should discuss health and safety matters with their manager/supervisor in the first instance, and may also discuss with the HSC member representing their work group.  All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff or the HSC member may escalate to the Level 2 Divisional H&S meeting, and to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

The MWAC level 3 H&S Committee members are:

Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre (MWAC)
Leanne Stephenson  Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry Facility Lower Campus (BMSF) 
Simon Hager  Electron Microscope Unit (EMU)
Doug Lawes  Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility (NMR)
Richard Francis/Celine Heu Biomedical Imaging Facility (BMIF)
Melissa McGuirk  MWAC Central Staff and Chemical Consulting Laboratory
Nicolle Morey  Transgenic Animal Unit (TAU)
Peter Geelan-Small 

Stats Central

Outi Mustonen  Solid State and Elemental Analysis Unit (SSEAU)
Andressa Alves Da Silva  Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry Facility Upper Campus (BMSF)
Brendan Lee

Biological Resources Imaging Laboratory (BRIL) and Biorepository

Chairperson

Simon Harris

Operations Manager, MWAC

Management Representative

Division of Enterprise

Division of Enterprise

The Division of Enterprise has agreed to consult on health and safety matters using the following mechanisms:

    • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible.
    • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
    • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines.

Staff should discuss health and safety matters with their Manager/ Supervisor in the first instance. All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff may escalate to the Level 2 meeting, to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

 Michael Crouch Innovation Centre (MCIC)

The Michael Crouch Innovation Centre has agreed to consult on health and safety matters using the following mechanisms:

    • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible.
    • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
    • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines.

Staff should discuss health and safety matters with their Manager/ Supervisor in the first instance. All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff may escalate to the Level 2 meeting, to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

Division of Inclusion and Diversity

Division of Inclusion and Diversity

The Division of Inclusion and Diversity has agreed to consult on health and safety matters using the following mechanisms:

  • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible.
  • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
  • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines.

Staff should discuss health and safety matters with their Manager/ Supervisor in the first instance. All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff may escalate to the Level 2 meeting, to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

Division of External Relations

The Division of External Relations has agreed to consult on health and safety matters using the following mechanisms:

  • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible.
  • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
  • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines.

Staff should discuss health and safety matters with their Manager/ Supervisor in the first instance. All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff may escalate to the Level 2 meeting, to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

Division of Philanthropy

The Division of Philanthropy has agreed to consult on health and safety matters using the following mechanisms:

  • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible.
  • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
  • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines.

Staff should discuss health and safety matters with their Manager/ Supervisor in the first instance. All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff may escalate to the Level 2 meeting, to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences

Name Committee Workgroup
Julie Miller SAM Employer representative
Jennifer Beale SAM Staff representative
Brendan Webb SoE Employer representative
Simone Pilosio   SoE Staff representative
Lois Cleal HAL Employer representative
Melissa Merritt HAL Staff representative
Michael Bowen SoSS Employer representative
Jung-Sook Lee SoSS Staff representative
Kylie Valentine SPRC & CSRH Employer representative
Lisa McElhinney SPRC & CSRH Staff representative
Neal Dennis Technical Resource Centre

Faculty of Built Environment

Name Committee Workgroup
Susan Channells Management
Antony Ward Management
James Dodd Management
Mariano Ramirez Academic
Aida Eslami Afriiz Research
Anjalika Wijesurendra Professional
Gabriel Undery Technical
Andrew Freney City Futures
Francy Fan Emergency Management
Aysu Kuru Postgraduate Student
Sebastian Gonzalez Shared Services
Leanne TheBridge Health, Safety & Environment
Alfonsus Alvin Health, Safety & Environment

Faculty of Engineeering

Name Committee Workgroup
http://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/biomedical-engineering/whs-committee Graduate School Biomedical

http://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/chemical-engineering/about-us/workplace-health-safety/consultation

Chemical Engineering
http://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/civil-engineering/health-safety Civil Engineering
http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/opencms/export/sites/cse/about-us/help-resources/occupational-health-safety/downloads/representatives.pdf Computer Science & Engineering
http://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/electrical-engineering/school-ohs Electrical, Telecommunications
http://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/mechanical-engineering/school-health-and-safety-committee Mechanical and Manufacturing

http://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/mining-engineering/student-resources/workplace-health-and-safety/whs-school-contacts

Mining Engineering
http://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/petroleum-engineering/workplace-health-and-safety-whs Petroleum Engineering
http://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/energy-engineering/spree-hs-consultation-and-committee SPREE

Faculty of Law

Name Committee Workgroup
Emma Armson Academic Representative
Alexandra George Academic Representative
Roselle Nunes KLC Representative
Vinuri Dissanayake Faculty Student Representative
Jenny Jarrett P&T Staff Representative
Chris Katselas SECO and Chief Fire Warden
Belinda Lancey Client Service Team Member, Herbert Smith Freehills Law Library
Lenny Crawley Facilities Management Representative
Lorrie Prazanova Committee Officer
Vacant P&T Staff Representative
Kelly Tallon Centre Precinct Representative
David Dixon Dean

Faculty of Medicine

Medicine Contacts

https://staff.med.unsw.edu.au/unsw-medicine-health-and-safety

Faculty of Science

Aviation  Dr Carlo Caponecchia
BABS http://www.babs.unsw.edu.au/ohs/consultation 
BEES http://www.bees.unsw.edu.au/hs-committee

Ian Aldred, Storeman, General Staff representative

Chemistry
Graham Ball, Chairperson/Academic staff representative Chemistry
Peta Di Bella, General Staff Representative Chemistry

Marcus Cole, Academic Staff Representative

Chemistry

Kenneth Hong, Student Representative

Chemistry

Hsiu Lin Li, F10 Level 10, Academic Staff Representative

Chemistry
Toby Jackson, Laboratory Manager/Technical Staff Representative Chemistry

Nicholas Konstandaras, Student Representative

Chemistry

Chris Marjo, Analytical Centre Representative

Chemistry

Klaus Nauta, Academic Staff Representative

Chemistry

Nancy Scoleri, General Staff Representative

Chemistry

Neeraj Sharma, Academic Staff Representative

Chemistry

Ken Wong, Student Representative

Chemistry
James Richards Science Faculty Workshop
Academic - Owen Standard  Material Sciences
P&T and Admin staff Rahmat Kartono Material Sciences
Research staff - Ruiping Zou Material Sciences
Chair: Russel Morison  Mathematics
Academic: Feng Chen Mathematics
Admin Staff: Venus Lim Mathematics
Student: Anna Tomskova Mathematics

Dale W. Larden

Optometry

Kay Dulhunty

Optometry

Tracy Kane

Optometry

Paul Zytnik

Optometry

Ajay Kumar

Optometry
Academic, Fiona Phelps Phsycology
P&T, John Bolzan Phsycology

Peter Reece

Physics

Sue Hagon

Physics

Shane Hengst

Physics

CQC2T, Otte Homan

Physics

Postgrad – John Lopez

Physics

Undergrad – Denis Khoshaba

Physics

Division of Finance & Operations

Name Committee Workgroup

The Division of Finance and Operations (DFO), with the exception of Estate Management and IT, has agreed to consult on health and safety matters using the following mechanisms:

    • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible.
    • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
    • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines.
  • The DFO Level 3 Health and Safety Committee (HSC), comprised of members who represent a particular workgroup

Staff should discuss health and safety matters with their Manager/ Supervisor and/or their HSC representative in the first instance. All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff may escalate to the Level 2 meeting, to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

The DFO level 3 H&S Committee members are:

Division of Finance and Operations
Tracey Glanville

Business & Campus Services

Chairperson

Ashley Milosavljevic Management Representative
Angela Lee TBC
Janz Reinecke TBC
Madeleine Stephen TBC
Michael Sarakis TBC
 

(A statement describing level 3 H&S consultation arrangements will be provided by Estate Management in the future)

Estate Management
   

IT has agreed to consult on health and safety matters using the following mechanisms:

    • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible.
    • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
    • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines.

Staff should discuss health and safety matters with their Manager/ Supervisor in the first instance. All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff may escalate to the Level 2 meeting, to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure

 UNSW IT
   

Division of Human Resources

Name Committee Workgroup

The Division of Human Resources (excluding Early Years) has agreed to consult on health and safety (H&S) matters using the following mechanisms: 

  • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible
  • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
  • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines and the opportunity to provide input where appropriate
  • The HR Level 3 Health and Safety Committee (HSC), comprised of members who represent a particular workgroup

HR staff should discuss health and safety matters with their manager/supervisor in the first instance, and may also discuss with the HSC member representing their work group.  All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff or the HSC member may escalate to the Level 2 Divisional H&S meeting, and to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

The HR level 3 H&S Committee and its members are currently being reviewed.

Division of Human Resources
Peter McConaghie HR Chancellery Level 3
Michelle Tanti HR Chancellery Level 3
Marnie Lawrence HR Chancellery Level 3
Jo Toby HR Chancellery Level 1
Amelia Ryan Faculty based HR staff
David Ward HR Chancellery Level 3

Early Years has agreed to consult on health and safety (H&S) matters using the following mechanisms: 

  • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible
  • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
  • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines and the opportunity to provide input where appropriate
  • The Early Years Level 3 Health and Safety Committee (HSC), comprised of members who represent a particular workgroup 

Early Years staff should discuss health and safety matters with their manager/supervisor in the first instance, and may also discuss with the HSC member representing their work group.  All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff or the HSC member may escalate to the Level 2 Divisional H&S meeting, and to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

The Early Years level 3 H&S Committee members are:

Early Years
 Bianca Obeid  House at Pooh Corner
 Salima Yeung  Kanga's House
 Robyn Cameron

 Owl's House

 Timothy Holloway  Tigger's Honeypot
 Jay Scott

Early Years

Management Representative

UNSW Art & Design

Level 3 Committee
Name Committee Workgroup
Zanny Begg (Chair) Academic Staff
Alex Byrne Workshops
Denis Cooper Fire Warden
Alex Davies Academic Staff
Dara Gill Galleries
Edward Sheer  Management
Judy Haywood Library
Jo Holloway CSU
David Millar Facilities
Marie Sierra Management
Jim Ward Resource Centre
Leanne TheBridge Health & Safety Representative
Level 2 Committee
Ross Harley Dean
Marie Sierra Deputy Dean
Edward Sheer  Head Of School
Lynn Greenwood Faculty General Manager
Luke Killen Manager, IT Services 
Jim Ward Manager, Maker Services
Leanne TheBridge Health & Safety Representative

UNSW Business School

Staff from the Business School were consulted in 2017 and agreed to consult on health and safety (H&S) matters using the following mechanisms:

  • Team meetings: Chairs of team meetings will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, to allow for H&S issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible
  • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
  • Emails: This will include but is not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines and the opportunity to provide input where appropriate
  • The Business School Level 2/3 H&S Committee (HSC), comprised of members who represent a particular workgroup

Business School staff should discuss health and safety matters with their manager/supervisor in the first instance, and may also discuss with the HSC member representing their work group.  All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff or the HSC member may escalate to the Level 2 Divisional H&S meeting, and to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

The Business School Level 2/3 H&S Committee members are:

Name Committee Workgroup
Chris Styles Dean UNSW Business School
Nigel Poole

Dean's Unit

Chairperson and Management Representative

Shangary Sriskkantharajah  Faculty Operations Manager
Eva Fiala-Beer Administrator, Dean's Unit
Rebecca Pascoe AGSM MBA Programs
Amy Brushwood Centre of Excellence Population Ageing Research (CEPAR)
Megan Day Centre Social Impact (CSI)
Beverly Hurtado Deputy Dean Education / Alumni
Darren Goodsir Division of External Relations (DEX)
Tracy Carter Division of External Relations (DEX)
Liam Kirwan Faculty Client Facilities Manager
Caroline Thierry HR Business Partner, UNSW Business School
Alfin Ghazali Information and Technology Services
Nora Yim School of Accounting
Shelley Martin    School of Banking & Finance
 Hock Thye Chan School of Economics
 Sonia Johannes School of Economics
 Alexandra James School of Info Systems, Tech Management
 Mark Richardson  School of Info Systems, Tech Management
 Tanya Allan School of Management
 Andrea Tompkins School of Management
 Paula Aldwell School of Marketing
 Virginia Hine School of Risk & Actuarial Studies
 Maree Magafas School of Taxation & Business Law
 Suzanne Strauh Student Centre/Marketing/EDU

UNSW Law

Staff from the Law Faculty were consulted in July 2017 and agreed to consult on health and safety matters using the following mechanisms:

  • Team meetings: Chairs of Faculty meetings and committees (including team meetings) will include H&S as a standing item on agendas, or as a minimum on an ad hoc basis as appropriate to allow for issues to be reviewed and resolved as soon as possible.
  • One to one meetings: Managers/ Supervisors will cover H&S matters as appropriate
  • Emails: The Law Faculty Operations Manager (Vicky Edwards), First Aid Officers, Fire Wardens and others as appropriate will share information by email. This will include but not limited to newsletters, information about hazards, and procedures/processes/guidelines.

Law Faculty staff should discuss health and safety matters with their Manager/ Supervisor in the first instance.  All hazards and incidents will be reported on MyUNSW and assigned to your supervisor. If the matter is not satisfactorily resolved, staff may escalate to the Law Faculty Operations Manager, to the Level 2 meeting, to First Aid Officers or Fire Wardens as relevant/ appropriate and if necessary, escalate further in accordance with HS338 Health and Safety Issue Resolution Procedure.

H&S information will be available on LEX and displayed around the building. Please report any missing or out of date information to the Law Faculty Operations Manager.