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- Biological and Gene Technology Work Safety PolicyThis Policy specifies requirements related to the handling and safety of biological materials and to minimising risks of biohazardous work procedures in laboratories at University campuses.
- Brand and Visual Identity Management PolicyThis policy outlines the importance of brand and visual identity management in terms of supporting the University's reputation. The document sets out the University's policy on brand and Visual identity and procedures and guidelines for its management and enhancement.
- Bullying Prevention GuidelinesThis document provides guidelines that will assist in recognising bullying and understanding the effect of bullying behaviour on work and learning places. It also provides guidance in terms of responsibilities of victims of bullying, persons witnessing bullying or to whom bullying has been reported.
- Bullying Prevention PolicyThis policy provides definitions of bullying and other unacceptable behaviour. It outlines responsibilities and action to be taken in response to complaints about bullying.