Work, Health and Safety

WHS Contacts

First Aid Officers

Guy McEwan
Venues Operations Manager, Room 4026
9351 1298 | guy.mcewan@sydney.edu.au
Initial emergency medical attention.

Scott Ryan
Manager, Orchestral and Conducted Ensembles, Room 3010
9351 1223 | scott.ryan@sydney.edu.au
Initial emergency medical attention.

Rodney Boatwright
Facilities Assistant, Reception
9351 1300 | rodney.boatwright@sydney.edu.au
Initial emergency medical attention.

Building and Security    

Conservatorium Attendants
(The Attendants wear a blue uniform with Brookfield embroidered on them).
Room 3009 | 9351 1448 | conattendants@brookfieldgis.com
Assistance with moving of equipment, access to trolleys, reporting Conservatorium equipment faults.

Maintenance Issues
For any building faults, maintenance requests or to report safety issues relating to work or study please email with the subject ‘Maintenance’. | con.admin@brookfieldgis.com

MSS Security Staff
(MSS Security personal wear a white shirt and tie with the MSS logo)
Concierge Officer available in the Conservatorium foyer from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Security officer available 24/7 on 0499 037 782 | consecurity@msssecurity.com
First Aid Officers. Reports of dangerous or criminal activity. Reports of urgent safety matters.

Jason Denne
Building Services Manager, Room 3005
0458 300 562 | jason.denne@brookfieldgis.com
Urgent repairs or building emergencies

Emergency Wardens

The University Risk Management Office maintains a comprehensive website sydney.edu.au/audit_risk/insurance. This site contains the University’s Occupational Health and Safety policy and information on manual handling, first aid, emergency evacuation, office ergonomics, etc.A Incident Report Form is available from the Safety Officer, room 4026. Phone 9351 1295.

There is a legal requirement for the University and all its employees to comply with the NSW Government OH&S Act of 2001. It is recommended that all staff familiarise themselves with their obligations under the University’s policy, which provides the framework for compliance with the Act.

All organisational units are required to implement the University Safety Management System and set goals to improve work health and safety (WHS) performance. The Conservatorium WHS Action Plan 2015 is designed to assist local organisational units to meet the University’s safety planning requirements.

Emergency Evacuationmusic.sydney.edu.au/about/whs/emergency-evacuation/

First Aidmusic.sydney.edu.au/about/whs/first-aid/

General Safetymusic.sydney.edu.au/about/whs/general-safety/

Reporting a Hazard, Incident or Injurymusic.sydney.edu.au/about/whs/report/