Campus Safety and Health
The Campus Division Safety and Health Team provides dedicated safety and health advice and support to the Campus Division to ensure that the division complies with University policies, industry standards and applicable UK health and safety legislation.
We work closely with the University's Safety and Health Services team and other relevant departments to ensure consistency.
On this page
Our aim is to protect the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff and, to safeguard others, principally students, contractors and members of the public who may be exposed to risks arising from our work activities. We work to promote a high standard of safety management by collaboratively engaging with operational teams and other stakeholders, to drive continuous improvement.
What we do
Risk identification and risk assessment
The University undertakes a diverse range of activities involving varying levels of risk. We provide guidance to enable and support these activities, whilst helping Schools and Services carry them out in a safe manner.
University staff can find our risk assessment guide and form on SharePoint.
Information on risk assessments for contractors can be found on our Contrators page.
Accident and incident management
We support Campus Division with accident and incident management. This work includes processing incident reports and assisting with investigations. Staff can learn more about how to report an accident on SharePoint. Contractors should visit the Information for Contractors page.
Audits and inspections
We undertake planned and ad hoc audits of the workplace and work activities and coordinate audits and inspections from external bodies such as the HSE, Avon Fire & Rescue Service.
Health and safety training will be provided for all staff, as part of their induction and subsequently, repeated periodically as part of their mandatory training, in accordance with their departmental Training Matrix.
Other specialist training necessary for staff with specific health and safety responsibilities will be identified through the risk assessment process and staff appraisals. This includes e.g. Fire Warden, First Aider, Legionella and Asbestos Awareness.
Permits to Work
Staff can find information on Permits to Work on SharePoint.
If you are a contractor, you can find this information on our Contractors page.
All general non-urgent enquiries and requests including, but not limited to permits to work, general advice, guidance, document review should be directed to the team e-mail: email@example.com.
Campus Division Safety & Health Team contact details:
Head of CD Safety & Health
Telephone: +44 117 455 2260
Renee Sawyer-Fry (working days: Monday, Wednesday & Friday)
CD Divisional Safety Advisor
CD Safety & Health Coordinator
Telephone +44 117 455 6479
Staff can find Safety and Health information on Sharepoint.
Health and safety information for contractors, including Permit to Work procedures and general conditions for work.