From extreme weather to insecure data – all areas of the University face risk. It’s everyone’s responsibility to be risk smart in their day-to-day at RMIT.
It’s important that you understand and consider the different types of risk RMIT could face to protect yourself, and our community, against potential negative impacts. All risks could impact RMIT as a whole, its brand, reputation and, most importantly, our people. We all need to do our bit in ensuring risks are identified quickly in order for us to manage our risks effectively.
Some risks and consequences you could experience at RMIT include:
The penalties for breaching academic integrity include charges of academic misconduct, cancellation of results and expulsion resulting in the cancellation of your program. Find more information about Academic Integrity to make sure you know the rules and where to get support.
At RMIT, we are committed to providing a respectful and safe place to study and work. Go to Safer Community to learn more about threatening or inappropriate behaviour and which support options are available.
All students at RMIT have a responsibility to know and understand what is required of them to protect RMIT data, systems and personal information. Go to Cyber Safety to learn more about how to stay safe online.
Research lab refrigerators can store up to 4 years’ worth of research, and all it takes is one electrical fault or power outage to ruin it all.
Please reach out to your tutor, lecturer or Course Coordinator to discuss potential risks to RMIT as you come across them so that we can all work together to successfully manage them.
Outlined below are some other specialist areas which manage different types of risks within RMIT.
If you notice a building maintenance issue, such as a spill, a fault with one of the lifts, or a bird in the building, please get in contact with Property Services.
You can raise concerns and complaints about RMIT's academic, administrative and support services. Policies are in place to ensure your complaint is resolved quickly and fairly.
Stopline is a whistle blower hotline where you can report any issue that may adversely affect RMIT, its people or its reputation. Click the link below for further information or to make a report.
The Central Risk Management Team is available to help you in identifying and managing current and potential risks to RMIT.
Staying healthy and safe is important for success in study and life. Find resources and tips to improve your health, and know who to contact if you need support.
When you submit university work, it must be your own. Know the rules about preparing assessments and where to get support to get it right.
Acknowledgement of country
RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. - Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer