Workplace health and safety
"Over recent years, safety has become one of the major issues in our Laboratory. With the increased use of the Laboratory by researchers with different backgrounds and levels of experience, it has become imperative that safety is at the forefront of all our activities. Safe working habits and knowledge of emergency procedures in the event of misadventure are essential."
- Prof Martin A. Green
The School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering (SPREE) is pro-active in ensuring the safety and well being of its staff and students, and aims for compliance with Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulation and UNSW Health and Safety Management System (HSMS) to ensure the smooth running safety of the School to achieve UNSW health & safety objective and targets.
The SPREE WHS website provides SPREE staff and students important WHS information. The WHS website is open to the public to peruse, however, many of its linked documents are accessible only by computers within the School's network.
Additionally, Mental health can occur when people are subjected to their workloads, deadlines, and skills. SPREE supports staff and students to maintain their mental health in a healthy condition during their work/ studies periods. Special assistant service information is available and listed in this website.