Welcome to EO Online 'Fair Play on Campus'
Message from the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) & Provost
The University is committed to providing a working and learning environment free from harassment and discrimination.
Whilst most people act lawfully and seek to treat others with dignity, courtesy and respect, it is regrettable that some people may experience harassment or discrimination due to the actions of others.
To raise the awareness of staff about harassment and discrimination issues, and to be clear about the standards of behaviour staff must observe in the workplace, the University requires all newly appointed staff commencing after 1 January 2007 to complete the University's online equal opportunity training program, EO Online 'Fair Play on Campus'. This training is an essential component of the University satisfying the requirements of the Tasmanian Anti-Discrimination Act to inform staff and managers about their legislative responsibilities.
All newly commencing staff are required to complete Module 1 - 'What You Need To Know'. It is also highly recommended that current staff take the opportunity to refresh their understanding of equal opportunity and harassment and discrimination issues by completing the module.
Module 2 - 'Managers and Supervisors' - is also compulsory for new staff appointed to management positions or who have supervisory responsibilities. Module 2 must be completed in addition to Module 1.
I look forward to all staff supporting the University's commitment to providing "Fairness for All – dignity, courtesy and respect" in our working and learning environment, through the successful completion of EO Online "Fair Play on Campus".
Professor David Rich
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) & Provost, and
Chair, Equal Opportunity Committee