The University of Queensland has adopted a proactive approach to environmental management for its research, educational and operational facilities.

In 1996 the University developed an Environmental Management System (EMS) for its St Lucia campus.  The EMS has since been expanded to provide procedures for the majority of UQ campuses and sites.  In some cases, site specific work instructions detail additional information specific to the site.

Policies and procedures are detailed below:

Environmental Management System (EMS)

Policies, Procedures and Site Specific Work Instructions

The EMS programs and procedures below relate to the majority of campuses and sites. The site work instructions provide specific information such as collection times and contacts for the campuses/sites as listed.

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  • Management of the EMS 
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Policies and Procedures - more information

Heron Island Research Station (HIRS)

Heron Island Research Station Environmental Management System Programs and Procedures

Moreton Bay Research Station (MBRS)

Moreton Bay Research Station Environmental Management System (EMS) Pr...

Responsibilities

Staff at all levels within the University of Queensland have responsibilities for minimising environmental harm. These responsibilities are principally based on the Environmental Protection (EP) Act 1994 and related legislation. The University's

UQ Experimental Minesite

UQ Experimental Minesite Environmental Management System (EMS) Programs and Procedures Sustainability Policy
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