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What you can expect from Curtin University

  • Curtin University will act to provide a safe and supportive environment for staff with a disability or chronic health condition.
  • The University will adhere with the relevant State and Federal legislation that relates to Discrimination and Equal Opportunity for people with disability and/or chronic health condition.
  • Reasonable adjustments will be made by the University to enable a staff member to perform the inherent requirements of their job
  • The University will assist staff with a disability in a manner that respects and promotes their dignity, rights and opportunities.
  • The University will ensure that a staff member’s privacy is respected and the sensitivity of information relating to disability is upheld.
  • The University will aim to increase the awareness of staff and students regarding disability and chronic health conditions.

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