All personnel at the University have a responsibility to report Notifiable Events as and when they happen. This duty of disclosure extends to staff, students, titleholders, volunteers, visitors, contractors and staff of Controlled Entities.
2018 Certificates of Insurance and updated Insurance Policy Guides are now available. Head to the Insurance section of the Legal and Risk Branch website to access guides for a range of topics including: University Travel Student Placements Clinical Trials and Human Studies Insurance Guides contain information on pre-conditions of cover, proof of insurance and claim […]
We all try our best to avoid mishaps, but even then things can go wrong despite our best efforts. Notifying adverse events as they occur is key when it comes managing insurance. To get the benefit of the insurance cover the University purchases, the University must comply with an ongoing “duty of disclosure” to its […]
Many students are able to take advantage of fantastic work experience opportunities overseas. Working abroad provides students with a chance to put their academic knowledge into practice, as well as to gain an international perspective in their chosen field. In most cases, the University’s Public Liability and Travel insurance program will cover students who participate in […]
In some cases, the University of Adelaide corporate travel insurance policy extends to include spouses, partners or dependent children. Does this cover travelling overseas on University business? Yes. The University of Adelaide corporate travel insurance policy extends to spouses, partners or dependent children of staff members who are travelling on University approved business. If you are […]
The “Game of Drones” has well and truly begun and Universities are at the centre of the action in exploring possible uses in education, research and other activities. Drones are becoming more commonplace, but before you play this game you must know the rules and ensure that any operations comply with the legislation. A drone is also known as […]
If you are a Dual National, there may be implications for you if you are planning on travelling to the country of your second nationality under the University’s travel insurance policy. The University of Adelaide’s travel insurance policy covers unlimited medical however, unlimited medical benefits are payable only in the absence of the injured person being […]