Health, Safety and Wellbeing

The University's Health, Safety and Wellbeing (HSW) Team provides support to the University community on all safety, injury management and wellbeing activities.

The University has prepared a Coronavirus FAQ for staff and students. This page will be updated as the situation changes.

New Wellbeing website

A new website has been launched to promote the revised Wellbeing Framework. Subscribe to the Wellbeing@Adelaide newsletter to keep informed.

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HSW intranet

Login to the HSW intranet to access content restricted to University of Adelaide staff including information on Chemwatch, Injury management,  HSR, FTCO and the Community of Practice portals. 

Report a safety issue

Reporting in UniSafe is fast and easy!

For instructions on how to download and use the app, visit the UniSafe webpage.

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Fair treatment contact officers (FTCOs)

FTCOs are a confidential contact point for advice about bullying, sexual harassment or discrimination.

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Health and wellbeing during COVID-19

Our COVID-19 website provides you with a toolkit of tips, activities and opportunities relating to healthy minds, healthy bodies, healthy families and healthy finances.

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HSW news



HSW Stakeholder consultation - Electrical safety management (V1.0)

Human Resources have been working on a new dedicated HSW Handbook chapter for “Electrical safety management.





Draft HSW Stakeholder consultation - Plant/Equipment safety management (V4.0)

Human Resources have been working on the revised HSW Handbook chapter “Plant/equipment safety management.



Revised FAQs – Understanding Safety Data Sheets (SDS) - V3.0

The information on the Chemical Safety Management Handbook – Understanding SDS has been revised.



New HSW Handbook Chapter - Alcohol and drug management in higher risk workplaces

The new HSW Handbook Chapter “Alcohol and drug management in higher risk workplaces” has now been posted on the HSW Website.



HSW Handbook and Broken Links - update

The HSW team has further amended broken links within handbook chapters, FAQs and associated documents.