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  • Online Test GuidelinesThis Guideline establishes principles and processes to assist Unit Assessors who use online tests.
  • Open Access PolicyThe purpose of this Policy is to establish open access to scholarly outputs of University Staff and Students via the institutional repository; ePublications@SCU.
  • Organisational Reviews PolicyThis Policy provdies principles and processes to guide the University's self-review, reflection, strategic positioning, continuous improvement and accountability, and to support quality assurance objectives through establishment and maintenance of an environment of continuous improvement and instigation of quality assurance measures.
  • OS-Help PolicyGoverns SCU's administration of OS-Help Loans.
  • Outdoor Fieldwork Safety PolicyThis Policy establishes principles and processes for the assessment of risks associated with fieldwork and to minimise recognised risks and potential hazards.
  • Outside Work PolicyThis policy defines when an employee of the University may undertake paid employment with an outside body during their University employed hours.
  • Overtime, Time-off-in-lieu and Travelling Time ProceduresProcedures relating to the approval of overtime, TOIL and travelling time for professional employees