Safety, Health and Wellbeing

Online student safety induction

Our role is to develop and assist in the implementation of the UWA safety, health and wellbeing programs in order to minimise the risk of injury, illness and property damage.

We provide consultancy and other services to promote best practice and legislative compliance in all University and related activities.

Further Information

UWA Safety and Health on
(+61 8) 6488 3938 or email to safety@uwa.edu.au

The online health and safety induction for students provides the key information you’ll need in order to keep yourself and others safe and well at UWA. You will learn about your safety responsibilities, about safety procedures and tips, and about the support that is available to you at the University.

Enrolment

Online unit enrolment

  1. Use Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari web browser
  2. Go to Blackboard and log on
  3. Click on the Units tab
  4. Enter UWA Health and Safety Induction - Non Staff in the search box
  5. Hover over unit title and click on the chevron (down arrow) to self-enrol

Should you require more information or if you experience difficulty go to UWA Learning Management System (LMS)

Please work through the module and complete the quiz. You can then obtain your certificate of completion. 

Students who have a staff 8-digit staff number must use this entry to Elmo rather than the separate online health and safety induction for students (this is important for students, who are staff, to have verification of induction).
Students will also be required to conduct a local workplace induction.

NOTE – Whilst UWA students do not have access to any workers compensation entitlements, they are able to access the following support:

  • UWA Medical Centre - The University Medical Centre is a fully equipped and accredited health service providing safe, high quality and confidential health care to the UWA community.
  • UWA Counselling and Psychological services - provides professional and confidential service free of charge to students of the University of Western Australia.
  • UniAccess - provides free services and support to UWA students who want to disclose a disability or a medical condition and request assistance.
    Other services are accessible here - http://www.student.uwa.edu.au/experience/health