Safety and Wellbeing Induction

At UniSA, we want to ensure that all of our staff are safe and looked after while at work.

New employees, continuing employees and fixed-term contract employees who have transferred to a new location must:

  • Complete a health and safety induction at the local workplace (using WHS 23 Induction Checklist or equivalent). Induction must occur as soon as possible on commencement and be completed within the first week of employment or transfer. Records of completed induction must be signed off by the relevant supervisor and kept locally.
  • Complete the online 'Safety and Wellbeing at UniSA' (formerly 'Health and Safety Fundamentals') learning module. Visit the Learnonline Safety & Wellbeing Training for instructions on accessing the module in learnonline.

For new or transferred sessional or casual employees who are expected to work on campus at any time, the minimum requirements are:

  • Complete a health and safety induction at the local workplace (using WHS 23 Induction Checklist or other equivalent). Induction must occur as soon as possible on commencement and be completed within the first week of employment or transfer. Records of completed induction must be signed off by the relevant supervisor and kept locally.

    Note: It is not a mandatory University requirement for casual employees to complete any online training courses. Casual employees who are not required to work on campus should refer to the relevant quick guides for Work Health Safety and Injury Management information. Individual Schools or Research Institutes / Centres may have local mandatory requirements to complete online training as a condition to access laboratory spaces or engage in hazardous processes (for example, the Future Industries Institute).