UNSW Kensington Campus is located on the unceded lands of the Bedigal people. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, as the Traditional Custodians of this land.
Health and Safety Induction
We are following the HS414 Visitors to UNSW Facilities Guideline
Visitors will be met by the person organizing the visit
Visitors need to be accompanied and supervised by UNSW staff members or teaching assistants
Visitors are not allowed in medium-or high-risk areas
Please fill the HS630 Visitor Induction Form with your contact details and check all items that apply to the induction
All visitors must agree to follow any reasonable instruction in relation to health and safety.
Report all work related hazards, incidents, injuries and illnesses to supervising staff members or teaching assistants
General safety in the classroom
No special gear is required
No food or drinks in the classroom
Please keep the classroom clean and tidy
Locate first aid equipment
Locate fire extinguishers
You are responsible for the safety of you and others around you - Take care!
if you see something unsafe, tell your teacher or other staff member
You are welcome to use face masks and are even encouraged to use them
Sanitise/wash hands regularly
if you feel unwell, please stay at home
In case of an emergency
call UNSW Security Services
do not call 000
in an emergency 9385 6666
everything else 9385 6000
Security Office located at Gate 2, open 24/7
First Aid - Physical
Location of first aid kit
Location of Automatic External Defibrillator
Any incident requiring the use of first aid, however minor, must be reported online to UNSW
First Aid - Mental
UNSW First Responders are students and staff who are trained to offer you confidential support. They understand that reporting gendered violence can be difficult and can provide you with guidance and support.
Michelle Cartwright, uDASH centre manager
Michelle is also ally@UNSW. The ally@UNSWnetwork aims to ensure UNSW is a safe and welcoming place for all LGBTIQ+ students and staff.