Off Campus Guidelines
The Performance, Representation and Engagement Programs (PREP) team is a directorate within the Campus Community Division and has organisational oversight of University approved off campus non-academic activities.
The University student community groups who undertake these activities must adhere to the applicable university policies, procedures and practices governing such activities, and ensure participants maintain the standards of behaviour, conduct and performance expected by the University.
Event Notification Procedure
All groups organising off campus activities need to complete an Event Risk Management Plan (Backpack icon) in the Safety and Risk Analysis Hub (S.A.R.A.H) by clicking on the link below:
Events running overnight & some higher risk activities must include additional documentation in each application. Please refer to resources below for templates.
All approved activities need to have adopted a common suite of procedures, processes and documentation that will assure the University that all such activities adhere to the applicable university policies, procedures and practices governing such activities and maintain the standards of behaviour, conduct and performance expected of the participants by the University.
Templates & Resources
- Generic Pre-Event Checklist
- Event Key Contact Information
- Participant Details template
- Safety and Risk Analysis Hub
- Generic Off-Campus Events Briefing Pack
- Monash CMR-Local Incident Management Protocols Template Generic
- Off-Campus Quick Guide
- Representative Agreement
- Compliance Training for Community and Alumni
- Monash University Approved Events Discharge Form
The following quick links take you to key Monash University policies and guidelines for off-campus events:
- Student General Conduct Policy
- Student General Misconduct Procedure
- Alcohol Risk Management Procedure
- OHS Off-Campus Activities and Travel Procedure
- Sexual Misconduct Response Procedure
Incident Management Scenario Training
Incident Management Scenario Training, formally Incident Control Management Scenario Training is available through my.Development. For new users of my.Development, please visit the following website for instructions on how create your single-sign-on profile.
Shortly after creating an account, new users will receive a confirmation email with login details. Although users will be able to immediately log in to my.Development, they will only be able to register for courses from the following day.
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For support and responses to any questions you might have, please contact:
Program Leader, Performance, Representation and Engagement Programs (PREP)
Level 1, 21 Chancellors Walk
Monash University, Clayton Campus
T: +61 3 9905 1073
M: +61 (0) 409 548 487