Facilities Management (FM) induction
All contractors, consultants, and staff who are involved in the construction or maintenance of campus facilities are required to complete our online Facilities Management Induction Training program. This is a course designed to provide all new personnel with:
- important information for commencement of works at QUT
- an overview of important work systems
- specific hazard information
- behaviour expectations.
It is a simple, self-paced course, with a short questionnaire at the end to reinforce understanding.
You must complete this induction if you:
- engage, organise, co-ordinate project or employ any trade or service contractors on behalf of QUT
- are employed at QUT in a trade or technical capacity
- are a contractor, including an appointed principal contractor, or consultant providing services in a trade or technical capacity
- are onsite to do a heavy delivery, such as setting up or operating items of specific high risk plant.
If you engage subcontractors to work on your behalf at QUT, you must ensure supervisory personnel and subcontractors complete the training and have key access (if applicable) before attending the work site.
You do not need to complete this induction if you are a light delivery person such as a courier.
Online induction training login
To login to the online induction training use:
- username: qut
- password: qut
Other induction requirements for FM contractors at QUT
- General construction induction (as per WHS)
- Biosafety training, if required by QUT.
For more information regarding other training, contact your QUT FM project manager directly.
Applying for Contractor Key Access
This request is for a contractor to be provided with access to the FM Key Watcher system, which allows the issue of keys to the nominated work area. You must have completed the FM induction prior to requesting access.
Design standards and guidelines (DSG)
The Design Standards and Guidelines (DSG) specifies the requirements for the design and construction of QUT projects by consultants and contractors. The DSG forms part of all design and/or construction projects and is in addition to the project specific scope of work. All contracts must specify the Edition and Amendments of the DSG pertaining to the project. Standards are chosen for the following reasons:
- controlling aesthetics
- providing equity in the physical environment
- lowering life cycle costs
- savings gained through bulk purchasing.
Heritage management plans
Heritage management plans have been prepared to assist QUT and the Queensland Environmental Protection Agency to manage changes to the heritage registered sites and buildings within QUT. Importantly, these studies establish a broad philosophy for adapting the buildings and their context, which should be an integral part of any changes.
To request these plans, contact your QUT project manager directly.
Gardens Point campus
- Original Central Technical College site and Main Drive
- GP101 A Block
- GP103 U Block
- GP111 E Block
- GP113 F Block
- GP114 G Block
- GP115 H Block
- GP117 J Block
- GP124 W Block
- GP126 R Block
- Old Government House site
- GP105 Old Government House N Block
Kelvin Grove campus
- Lot 1 site - partial
- KG132 Z3 Block
- KG133 Z4 Block
- KG134 Z5 Block
- KG136 Z7 Block
- KG137 Z8 Block
- Lot 2 site
- Lot 3 site
- Lot 5 site
- KG205 Z9 Block
- KG206 Z10 Block
- KG209 Z11 Block
- KG211 Z13 Block
- Gona Parade (BCC property)
- Parer Place (BCC property)
- Chauvel Place (BCC property)
- Lot 19 site (Group 1 and Common Building site)
- Lot 20 site (Group 2 site)
- KG163 Residences Group 1
- KG164 Residences Group 2
- KG168 Common Building