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Health and safety is an important part of life at Lincoln. We are committed to providing a safe place of work for staff, students and visitors.
Here at Lincoln, we take health and safety issues very seriously.
Please familiarise yourself with our emergency management contacts and procedures.
Hazard management plans are essential to help prevent accidents and injuries from taking place on campus.
We have several policies designed to minimise the possibility of work-related injuries and illness.
If you experience a health and safety issue while on campus, please complete our injury and incident report.
The earthquake evacuation process is outlined here.
Harassment and bullying of any kind are not tolerated at Lincoln University.
A first aid course will equip you with the skills you need to provide first aid assistance in an emergency.
Smoking is only permitted on campus in certain designated areas.
It is crucial that you maintain your health and safety in the workplace.
There are a number of health and safety contacts on campus.
Richie McCaw entered the University as an Excellence Scholar in 1999 to study for a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and was awarded a rugby sports scholarship soon after. The fourth generation of his family to enrol at Lincoln, he made his All Blacks debut in 2001. In recognition of his illustrious rugby career and contribution to sport, Lincoln University awarded him an Honorary Doctorate in Natural Resources in 2012.Learn more about Lincoln
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