UNIMAS X Sustainable Development Goal
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UNIMAS is dedicated to upholding equality and addressing discrimination based on various factors such as religion, ethnicity, descent, birthplace, and gender. The policy aims to ensure equal rights, protection, and quality education for all individuals in society. However, there may be exceptional circumstances where different interpretations apply based on physical and mental conditions, health, abilities, qualifications, and citizenship.
UNIMAS aims to produce graduates who thrive in a changing world. The university's vision focuses on biodiversity, information technology, and community transformation. The policy emphasizes equal access to quality education, aligning with the constitution and government policies; and ensures equal access to quality education for all, with committees and centers responsible for implementation.
UNIMAS Sexual harassment policies are guidelines that establish to prevent and address incidents of sexual harassment in the workplace. These policies define what constitutes sexual harassment, provide reporting procedures, outline investigations, and specify disciplinary actions for offenders. The aim is to create a safe and inclusive work environment and support victims of harassment.
This circular informs public service officers that maternity leave has been extended to 360 days throughout their service period. Maternity leave includes weekly rest days and can be taken 14 days before the expected delivery date. Officers can choose between 60 and 90 days of leave for each birth.
UNIMAS Energy Policy is a framework for sustainable energy management system to enable continuous, effective and widespread implementation of energy efficiency and Low Carbon Campus (LCC) practices at all PTJs within UNIMAS. The process and procedure adopted shall enable the establishment of measurable energy reduction Targets and Energy Index without compromising reliability, comfort and safety.
This circular reminds all UNIMAS community members of the smoking ban and prohibition of electric cigarettes or vaping on campus. As per the Food Act of 1983 and Tobacco Products Control Regulations, educational institutions are non-smoking zones. Public Health Circular Number 1 of 1997 and a special committee meeting further support this ban.
These Guidelines are provided as a reference for managing grant registration and procedures related to the use of research funds for research grants at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS). Research grants whether from university funding sources, government agencies, industry, international institutions or sponsors registered through UNIMAS Innovation will be managed based on these rules and guidelines.
UNIMAS provide affordable and sustainable food varieties including local, western, and vegetarian food in selected food outlet and cafeteria to ensure that students, especially in the B40 group, get healthy and sufficient food needs."Clean, Safe and Healthy" or BeSS recognition is a recognition given to UNIMAS food entrepreneurs to promote food premises entrepreneurs providing safe and healthy food to customers. It is an enhancement program for the existing monitoring program implemented by the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH).
This document serves as a guideline for recognizing, handling, and disposal of various types of hazardous laboratory wastes, primarily; chemical wastes, biological (biohazardous) waste, or other dangerous substances (e.g. radioactive waste). The users of this guide include the waste generators in the laboratory (students and laboratory staff), the waste handlers (postgraduate students and laboratory staff), and waste managers (assistant science officers, science officers, and academic laboratory coordinators). Everyone plays a role and is responsible for ensuring that hazardous waste is properly disposed of. This guide assumes that readers are familiar with the typical laboratory setting and are used to the standard scientific terminology
This Standard Operating Guideline is a comprehensive guideline and safety measurement for staff and students during fieldwork. The faculty/staff must be trained, equipped, and prepared to assess and minimize risk when conducting fieldwork. This document provides the faculty with a way to demonstrate that all staff and students are following good practices to manage fieldwork, thereby facilitating safe fieldwork in challenging environments
In line with the government's desire to pay attention to the well-being of public servants and, at the same time, enhance the quality, productivity, and service delivery, as well as aligning with the speech of the Right Honorable Prime Minister during the Women's Day celebration on March 8, 2022, the government has agreed to improve the existing Working From Home policy.