Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

2015

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1 September 2015 - Road renaming and car park changes on Wagga Wagga campus

Road renaming Wagga A number of roads on the Wagga Wagga campus have been officially gazetted, as a result, some campus road names are set to change. In addition, and to coincide with the signage change, car park numbers on campus will also be updated. Read more.

6 July 2015 - New smoking bans take effect for outdoor dinning areas

The Division of Human Resources in conjunction with the Division of Facilities Management wish to raise awareness to the new smoking bans for outdoor dinning areas under the Smoke Free Environment Act, that came into effect on the 6 July 2015. For further information on what it means for CSU, CSUs Smoking in the Workplace Policy and areas that are now Smoke Free, see here.

25 May 2015 - Telecommunication pit works, Bathurst campus

The Division of Information Technology in conjunction with the Division of Facilities Management will be undertaking remedial works that include the removal of hazardous material from eight (8) communication pits located across the Bathurst campus. Works will commence Monday May 25, 2015. Please stay clear of these signed and barricaded work zones. For further information contact Peter Scott, Campus Services Manager

12 May 2015 - Chalk the Walk 

chalk people The Division of Facilities Management is celebrating the opening of the newest pathway and staircase on the Wagga Wagga campus. Students and staff are invited to bring their doodling A-game on Friday, May 16 at 3pm and chalk art the concrete staircase. There will be free fun and free cake for all. The new pathway connects the student residences to the main teaching side of campus. See the event poster for more. 

10 April 2015 - Safe use and storage of LPG (barbecue) gas cylinders

A factsheet has been developed to help staff with the safe handling and storage of LPG gas cylinders, which are commonly used for barbecues and patio heaters. It is most important to remember that these LPG gas cylinders must not be stored within buildings. A leaking cylinder may result in a fire or asphyxiation of persons within the building. If you have a gas cylinder of this type stored within your building, please submit a BEIMS Maintenance request via your buildings nominated BEIMS Administrator to have the cylinder collected as a once off service.

30 March 2015 - Electrical appliance inspection and testing

T&T image tickInspection and testing services for electrical appliances will be conducted on CSU campuses during May 2015. Schools, Divisions or Units who require any of their electrical appliances to be electrically tested and tagged are asked to submit a completed appliance testing request form. Find out more.