About exposure sites
Swinburne will work with the Victorian Government’s Department of Health to identify any exposed people of confirmed COVID-19 cases on campus and low-risk exposure locations.
We will do our best to notify exposed people and provide the necessary advice. If you have been identified by Swinburne as a possible exposed person, you must follow the directions provided to you by Swinburne.
If you have visited a low-risk exposure location on campus during the exposure period, please monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if you start to develop symptoms.
If you have any queries, please contact Swinburne’s Health, Safety and Wellbeing team via email@example.com. For more information on getting tested for COVID-19, visit the Department of Health’s website.
Swinburne’s COVIDSafe process: if you test positive for COVID-19
You must notify Swinburne if you have tested positive for COVID-19 and attended our campus during your infectious period (48 hours prior to the onset of symptoms or 48 hours prior to testing if asymptomatic).
To notify Swinburne of a positive COVID-19 result, staff, students and contractors are asked to complete the positive COVID-19 case notification form.
Higher Education students: please contact your unit convenor if you need academic support.
Vocational Education and Training students: please contact your unit convenor or teacher if you need support.
Staff: please also inform your line manager if you test positive to COVID-19.
Swinburne’s COVIDSafe process: exposure sites
If you or a Swinburne staff member, student or contractor has tested positive for COVID-19 after recently attending campus, you must complete the positive COVID-19 case notification form and wait for HSW's advice before taking further action, for example, communicating with others.