(a) To establish policies and procedures of the University Safety Programmes, and to oversee their implementation. (b) To ensure that the University safety policies and procedures, and relevant Government Ordinances and Regulations concerned with health, safety and environment are properly assigned and adhered to at all levels. (c) To advise on the promotion of education on health, safety and environment for students and staff. (d) To act as an advisory committee to the Senior Executive Committee (SECO) on the consideration of the departmental safety directives, standards and procedures. (e) To review the safety records and statistics of the University. (f) To appoint sub-committees or specialist committees as necessary to address unique or extraordinary safety issues. (g) To make recommendations on budget allocation for the University Safety Programmes. (h) To receive and consider suggestions, and to resolve complaints relating to health, safety and environmental matters of the University.