This Policy adopts for UTS the principles outlined in the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research to ensure that people carrying out research under the auspices of the University are committed to high standards of conduct and practice and to the maintenance of their own reputation and that of the University.
The purpose of this Directive is to inform researchers of their responsibilities in relation to dealing with biological hazards while undertaking research or teaching at UTS.
The purpose of this Directive is to outline the responsibilities of UTS researchers whose research activities involve the use of, or interaction with, animals. This Directive also highlights the role and functions of the UTS Animal Care and Ethics Committee (ACEC).
This Directive outlines the responsibilities of UTS researchers whose research activities involve interaction with human participants. It also highlights the role and functions of the UTS Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) in relation to human research and the University's requirements to ensure compliance with government regulations and directives.
This Directive provides a framework for handling allegations of research misconduct.