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Through the adoption of Business Continuity Management best practices Massey University will achieve its business continuity aim of safeguarding our reputation and public image. This will occur by using best endeavours to meet the needs of staff, students, the wider community, and other critical stakeholders, through ensuring that business critical teaching and research outcomes are not compromised by a major disruptive event.
Business Continuity Management Framework (staff only)
To ensure that Massey University mitigates its legal and business compliance risks and that it conducts its activities lawfully and responsibly.
The Controlled Entities Governance Framework Policy establishes a governance framework to assist Council and University Management to discharge their responsibilities effectively in relation to controlled entities.
This document details the delegations of authority in place at any time for the following: financial commitments, contract signing, human resource delegations, student related delegations, engagement of solicitors, use of the University seal, establishment of research centres, space allocation and other general delegations.
A revised Delegations of Authority Policy has been approved by SLT, to become effective from 01 January 2018.
You can access this Policy here: Delegations of Authority Policy (Effective from 01 Jan 2018).pdf (staff only)
Fraud Corruption and Control Plan (staff only)
This Insurance policy statement should be viewed as part of Massey University’s risk management framework. It transfers a defined portion of the financial risk from Massey University to Insurers, and is targeted to situations where the potential financial loss is more than is appropriately born by Massey University through its self-insurance programme.
The Official Information Act 1982 provides that official information held by a body such as the University should be made available, unless good reason exists for withholding such information.
The purpose of this policy is to establish procedures and guidelines for: (a) The collection, use and disclosure of personal information by Massey University. (b) Access by individuals to personal information about themselves held by Massey University.
The purpose of this policy is to facilitate the disclosure and investigation of matters of serious wrongdoing in Massey University or by Massey University and to protect employees who are making disclosures of serious wrongdoing in Massey University or by Massey University that they believe, on reasonable grounds, to be true or likely to be true.
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Last updated on Thursday 21 June 2018