Contractors, consultants and visitors to ECU may require access to certain services within ECU.
Staff and students from participating institutions can connect to eduroam using existing credentials from their home institution. If you are already using eduroam at your home institution, you should automatically connect when you come on campus at ECU. If you are unsure, contact the IT department at your home institution prior to visiting ECU.
If you are not a staff member or student of another tertiary institution, you can connect to the ‘ECU Guest Wifi’:
If you have followed the steps above and still cannot connect to the ECU Wireless Network, please contact the IT Service Desk on +61 8 6304 6000.
Should you have been invited, or have successfully tendered, to undertake work for ECU you are required to first satisfactorily complete the University's online Campus Access Induction. It must be performed by each individual and cannot be delegated or performed on behalf of another person. Upon completion you will receive a unique induction number and a photo ID which you must carry at all times when working on campus.
Completion of the 'Campus Access Induction' is a condition of entry to all ECU worksites. Any failure to comply may constitute a breach of contract and any unauthorised person may be ejected from an ECU worksite.
A Responsible Officer is a person who is nominated to ensure all contractors and visitors understand their obligations when undertaking work on campus.
The ECU Master Plan is a statutory planning document that has been approved by the ECU Council and has been submitted to each Local Authority where ECU has a campus, i.e. City of Bunbury, City of Joondalup and City of Stirling. The ECU Master Plan is also submitted to the Western Australian Planning Commission, the Authority that approves all major developments on ECU campuses.
The Digital and Campus Centre has Planning and Design Guidelines for reference by consultants and contractors undertaking projects for the University.
These guidelines address the following issues:
The guidelines were last updated in March 2020.
The wayfinding strategy for Edith Cowan University focuses on the implementation of wayfinding principles through a suite of signs. The ECU Wayfinding and Signage Manual outlines how and where the signs should be used, and how they should be designed and built in order to effectively implement the wayfinding strategy.
The ECU Electrical Policy supports the University's goal of providing and maintaining, so far as is reasonably practicable, a safe and healthy work environment for anyone who may work with or use electrical plant and equipment. All contractors shall take all reasonably and practicable steps to comply with this policy and related procedures and guidelines.
Contractors may obtain a temporary parking permit by visiting the Campus Support Office located on each campus.
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