International Travel Assistance
Introduction to International SOS
The University has engaged International SOS to provide international travel advisory and risk management services. International SOS will provide the following interim services to authorised staff members, accompanying family members and students travelling overseas for University business purposes:
- internet access to full services (e.g. specific country general, security and medical advisories) as well as email updates while travelling.
- Call Centre for medical advice and referrals while travelling as well other issues such as how to replace a lost passport while travelling.
Further information can be found on the Financial Services website page, Travel Information under the Travel Warnings/Advice Link including:
- access to your SOS Travel Card (Students and Staff)
- international SOS Travel Brief Questions for all Travellers
- international SOS website.
Project and Task Risk Assessment Minimum Standard
The University recognises that hazard identification, risk assessment and controls are a critical part of Work Health and Safety (WHS) project and task management. The objective of this Minimum Standard is to provide information on how risks involved with planned activities including field activities are assessed and how controls are selected. It addresses project/task risks, rather than specific hazards identified in the workplace.
Travel Policy and Travel Guidelines
The Travel Policy establishes a framework for all University travel, including domestic and international travel by air, ground and sea transportation. The Travel Guidelines provide information to support the implementation of the Travel Policy.
Work Health and Safety Travel Requirements Flow Chart
The following Work Health and Safety Travel Requirements Flow Chart is available to assist you when planning your travel.