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  • Making Reasonable Adjustments for a Member of the University with a Disability or Health Condition procedureThis procedure outlines the process for determining and implementing reasonable adjustments for a member of the University with a disability or health condition to enable them to fully participate in the University environment on the same basis as other members of the University without a disability or health condition.
  • Management of University Physical Facilities policyThis policy provides that the management [as defined] of all physical facilities of the University will be undertaken by the Facilities Services Division consistent with relevant laws, regulations, building control requirements and the University's commitment to sustainable development.
  • Media policyThis policy enables the University to manage effectively interaction with the media, promote the University consistent with its strategic plan, and build the University's reputation. It applies to all University staff and all types of media (including, press, radio, television, social media, etc).