Safety incidents or hazards are notified via the University’s on line systems Notifying Incident and Hazards.
All IMAS staff and students need to complete the IMAS Induction information course when they first start and then biannually. The course is listed in the University’s MyLO system. To access, log into MyLO with your UTAS user name and password.
You will receive a certificate of completion which you then need to add as a qualification to your Fieldteq registration. If you can’t locate this training course in your course list then please contact your centre’s receptionist. They will need your UTAS staff or student ID in order to have you added to the course.
Failure to complete the required courses can result in building access and work activity being restricted.
You can download MyLO WHS course certificates from MyCert at - MyCERT Manager.
The UTAS Central Work Health and Safety information is available at Work Health and Safety.
Consultation - IMAS has a large number of Health and Safety Representatives, who would welcome any enquiry. You can look them up at Health and Safety Representatives. HSR can also take matters to the IMAS WHS Committee on your behalf.
All IMAS staff and students need to complete a Fieldteq registration. New users register to use Fieldteq by navigating to the Fieldteq log in page and entering a user name and password and selecting login. You must use a University of Tasmania user name and password. Enter your details into the welcome page and create your user account. Fields with a red star are mandatory. New users should refer to the Participants Quick Start Guide during registration. Contact Simon Talbot or Vallorie Hodges for assistance post reading the user guide. The registration page for Fieldteq is the same as the login page. Details of Fieldteq system training sessions are broadcasted by email.
FieldTeq Log In - This link takes registered users directly to the Fieldteq System log in screen.
IMAS staff have access to an employee assistance program. Information is at EAP
IMAS Student can access assistance and lots of information via WHS and Student Services