Campus Safety and Health

The Safety and Health Team provides dedicated safety and health advice and support to the Campus Division. We work closely with Safety and Health Services and other relevant University departments to ensure that the division complies with University policies, industry standards and all applicable UK health and safety legislation.

About us

Our overall aim is to promote a high standard of safety management by working collaboratively with operational teams and other stakeholders, with the aim of driving continuous improvement to reach a high level of assurance.

Further information about our team and what we do will be available shortly. If you have any queries about safety and health issues, please contact

Information for contractors

Health and safety information for contractors, including Permit to Work procedures and general conditions for work is availbale on our Contractors page.

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.

Accident and emergency procedures

All accidents and near misses including those resulting in injury, damage to or loss of property must be reported to your supervisor, manager or school/service safety advisor and the accident report form must be completed. If the injured party requires first aid, contact a local first aider, the names of whom are posted on local notice boards. Please note, University staff will need to log into the University's VPN if you are accessing the reporting form from home.

Accident management and emergency response procedures.

Construction, Design and Management Regulations

All construction activities that are carried out by Campus Division staff or contractors on university buildings and infrastructure must be carried out in accordance with the Construction, Design and Management (CDM) Regulations 2015. The CDM 2015 regulations placed a number of new duties on existing defined roles, and created a number of new roles. Read the CDM Duty Holders and Roles (PDF, 305kB) document to learn more about duty holders' main responsibilities.

The Campus Division has produced further CDM documentation:

CDM clients' duties (PDF, 154kB)

CDM designer risk assessment (PDF, 127kB)

CDM record form (PDF, 226kB)

Contact us

Telephone: 0117 9288359 (internal 88359)


Information for staff

Staff can find Safety and Health information on Sharepoint.

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