The Workplace OHS Representative and Committee
The Labasa Campus currently occupies several levels of the Charan Katonivere Building located adjacent to the main bus stand in Labasa.
The USP OHS Policy states that the university as the employer will consult with staff and student representatives on the development and promotion of an effective health and safety programme for their workplaces.
Labasa Campus OHS Committee 2021
Dr. Samuela Bogitini
- Sanjeev Sharma
- Ivamere Chand
- Ahemad Shah
- Loata Niumataiwalu
- Asesela Vitukawalu
Savusavu Centre OHS Rep
- Sairusi Lui
The Supervisor of the workplaces within the campus is responsible for maintaining and ensuring their areas of responsibility and staff, operate safely and without risk to health of students and other workers.
Resolving Health and Safety Issues in the Workplace
In the first instance all health and safety issues within the Labasa campus and center in Savusavu must be addressed by the worker and the supervisor responsible for the workplace.
USP staff or students within a workplace under the guidance of the USP OHS Consultation Procedure may immediately raise issues of health and safety concern to the most senior staff in charge of the workplace.
The USP Hazard Incident Form is to be used by the worker to officially document this and forward this report to the most senior supervisor on campus and the USP OHS Unit.
It is the responsibility of the most senior supervisor of the campus to ensure that these workplace hazards or issues are rectified as soon as possible.