Security and emergencies
We aim to keep everyone safe when visiting our campuses and facilities. Find out what to do as a staff member if there's an issue or emergency.
We try to keep everyone safe and healthy while at work. We have the following information and services to help you return home safely after each day.
The University of Newcastle's commitment to providing a safe, healthy and equitable University environment is captured in our Workforce Mental Health Plan, which is open for ongoing feedback from staff. Under the Healthy University Scheme the Workforce Mental Health and Wellbeing Plan provides an organisational approach to improving the Mental Health and Wellbeing of our workforce.
We are a respectful and collaborative workplace free from bullying, harassment and discrimination. However, find out what to do if you do have an issue.
We have a range of programs to ensure you are kept safe while at work and deal with any hazards quickly.
An online training module that goes through the most effective ways to structure, store and file your emails.
Tips and strategies for saving time and working more effectively and efficiently.
Staff and students now have access to more than 14,000 video and audio tutorials which can be used to learn and upskill in many areas such as technology, management, communication and education.
Access to more than 1,000 leadership and management development resources, with tools and techniques to help you excel in your career, become exceptionally effective, be a great manager and leader and happier at work.
Considering retirement? Check out your options regarding volunteering.
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.