Safety Policies

Critical Incident

Catholic Theological College is committed to preventing critical incidents where possible, preparing for them carefully, and responding to them effectively, compassionately and with the safety and welfare of all concerned being of priority. The College endeavours to minimise trauma and distress to students and staff, and damage to property, and to ensure the return of the site to normal operations as soon as possible.

Emergency Management

Emergency management procedures are included in the unit outline for each class. Throughout the College you will see emergency posters as follows:
  • list of emergency management (EM) personnel, including fire wardens and first aid officers; 
  • the emergency plan for where you currently are in the building; and 
  • standard fire orders
In a case of an emergency, follow the directions given by EM personnel, who will be wearing fluorescent vests and caps. See Campus Maps for assembly areas.

First Aid

Contact Reception for immediate assistance on (03) 9412 3333 or extension 333.

Occupational Health and Safety (OHS)

CTC is committed to the provision of a tertiary institution that is safe and consistent with WorkSafe Victoria regulations. CTC and University of Divinity recognise their obligation to take all reasonable precautions to provide and maintain, so far as is practicable, an environment that is safe and without risks to health for employees, students and visitors. (UDiv Health and Safety Policy 3.1). See the UDIV Health and Safety Policy.

Student Responsibility
(UDiv Health and Safety Policy 3.5)

All students are responsible for adopting safe work and study practices including compliance with this Policy and with site-specific policies and procedures. In addition, students:
a) Must not wilfully place at risk the health or safety of any person at the University or its Colleges
b) Must not wilfully or recklessly interfere with or misuse anything provided in the interests of health and safety or welfare and must cooperate with the University and its Colleges in relation to actions taken to comply with applicable legislation
c) Comply with health and safety instructions
d) Attend inductions and training as initiated by a College
e) Take action to avoid, eliminate or minimise hazards
f) Make proper use of personal protective equipment
g) Not wilfully place at risk the health and safety of self and others
h) Seek information and advice where necessary
i) Be familiar with reporting, emergency and evacuation procedures

OHS Representatives
Please report any safety issues to either Reception or an OHS Representative.
  • Administrative representative Jenny Delahunt (03) 9412 3314
  • Lecturer representative Christopher Morris (03) 9412 3333
  • Student representative To Be Advised  SRC Member (03) 9412 3333 ohs@ctc.edu.au

Smoke-free Environment

CTC is a smoke-free environment. Smoking is not permitted in any part of the property, including the carpark, garden and terrace.