The School of Natural and Computing Sciences regards the Health and Safety of its staff as a high priority. It is therefore important that we do as much as we can to prevent our activities causing harm to staff, students or members of the wider community that may be visiting areas under our control.
The School’s Health and Safety Policy provides information on what we do within the School to prevent circumstances arising which could cause injury or ill health. Health and Safety legislation imposes duties on both staff and students as well as on the School and University as a whole. If we are to meet with all our statutory obligations set out in the legislation, it will require the co-operation and active involvement of everyone in the School. Each one of us has an important part to play in ensuring that the School remains as safe as we can make it.
Please read our School Health and Safety Booklet for Office-based working here.
In addition to the information provided in these pages guidance is available from:
- Local Safety Adviser: Dr Rainer Ebel
- Deputy Safety Adviser: TBC
Computing Science, Mathematics and Physics
- Local Safety Adviser: Mr E. Stephen
Please refer to the Chemistry safety pages.
You will receive your Health and Safety information within your laboratory manuals.