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In situ counselling process
For more information on resources available when a tragic event occurs in the Brock Community, please review the flow chart.
Morneau Shepell briefs
- Bouncing back how to improve resilience
- Dealing with stress resulting from change
- Understanding and coping with a loss
Additional counselling resources
Student unpaid placement process
This section is designed to assist those involved with students participating in unpaid placements for academic credit. The information provided below outlines the process as per the criteria set out by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and the process for students requiring private insurance coverage for unpaid placements which do not meet the MTCU criteria.
- Unpaid Student Placement Process Chart
- Pre Placement Field Trip Due Diligence Checklist
- Student Declaration of Understanding
- Letter to Placement Employers
- Pre Placement Safety Orientation Checklist
- MTCU Post Secondary Student Unpaid Work Placement Workplace Claim Form
- Letter of Authorization to Represent Employer
- Biosafety manual
- Injury/Incident Report form – Please open and complete the Injury/Incident Report form using the newest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Pedestrian and motorist safety on campus
Young worker awareness
Brock University’s Health, Safety & Wellness (HSW) department is committed to providing resources to the Brock community, including Brock students as they enter the workforce. These resources are intended to support and enhance knowledge in occupational health, safety and wellness.
Many young workers are not fully aware of their health and safety rights. All employees are entitled to comprehensive health and safety training to fully prepare them for their work duties and responsibilities. In addition, all employees have the right to KNOW about hazards in the workplace, the right to REFUSE unsafe work and the right to PARTICIPATE in the workplace to identify and resolve workplace health and safety concerns.
If you’re a young worker, regardless of where you work, a terrific resource to spark conversation with a parent, friend, or coworker is Bring Safety Home. This resource was created to stimulate conversations between parents and young workers about health and safety in the workplace. Additionally, the Ministry of Labour (MOL) is also an excellent option for free Health and Safety Awareness training.
Emergency and life safety
- Main campus
- Hamilton campus
- Areas of refuge
- Emergency warden and supervisor procedures
- Emergency warden and supervisor responsibilities
- Employer, academic and division head responsibilities
- Faculty and staff responsibilities
- Occupant procedures
- Occupant responsibilities
- Persons requiring assistance procedures
- Persons requiring assistance responsibilities
- PRA monitor responsibilities and procedures
- University responsibilities