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The Health and Safety Services (H&SS) provide training and information on health and safety issues, and continuously make assessments of the workplace.

There are a number of initiatives that are to be continuously taken by all staff to improve our health, safety and work environment. Health and Safety is not an issue for the health and safety office only, but also for all members of staff. With everyone's collaboration we will find the best way to create a healthy and safe workplace.  

H&SS will provide tailor made courses to all staff on request, as well as general health and safety training.  These will be published on the Training & Development Services courses schedule in the near future.

Courses for University employees are free of charge.  

 

Contact Details:
Mr Louis Colerio - Health & Safety Officer
Mr Roderick Cassar

 

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Last Updated: 14 August 2018

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