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  • Immunisation PolicyThis document addresses the minimum standards of immunisation requirements for staff, students, contractors, and volunteers who undertake activities where there may be an increased risk of contracting vaccine-preventable diseases (VPD) and tuberculosis as part of the business of Macquarie University.
  • Immunisation ProcedureThis document establishes how the University will meet the requirements of its Immunisation Policy.
  • Incremental Progression PolicyThe Incremental Progression Policy establishes the principles related to incremental salary progression for staff at Macquarie University. The Procedure provides further information concerning incremental progression notification, review, accelerated progression, withholding progression and unsatisfactory performance or misconduct/serious misconduct.
  • Incremental Progression ProcedureThe Incremental Progression Policy establishes the principles related to incremental salary progression for staff at Macquarie University. The Procedure provides further information concerning incremental progression notification, review, accelerated progression, withholding progression and unsatisfactory performance or misconduct/serious misconduct.
  • Information Classification and Handling ProcedureThis document specifies the actions required to classify information that is owned or handled by Macquarie University and facilitate the application of appropriate security measures in accordance with the Cyber Security Policy.
  • Insurable Risk PolicyThis document establishes the principles that underpin the University’s approach to ensuring that the Macquarie University has in place insurance that provides comprehensive and cost effective protection for the University’s insurable risks.
  • Intellectual Property PolicyThis document establishes how the University intends to identify, claim and manage the Intellectual Property (“IP”) of the University, its employees, students and third parties.
  • Inter-company ProcedureThis document supports the General Ledger Governance Policy in establishing requirements for the reconciliation of Balance Sheet accounts for the University and its Controlled Entities (~the Group’).
  • Internal Audit CharterThe Internal Audit Charter provides the framework for the conduct of the Internal Audit function in Macquarie University and has been approved by the Council taking into account the advice of the ARC.
  • International Agreements PolicyThis document provides the University's strategic framework in relation to managing agreements for collaboration with international institutions and organisations.
  • International Agreements ProcedureThis document provides further information on the the steps to obtain approval for establishing a new, or renewing an existing, agreement with an international partner institution or organisation.
  • International Fee Refund PolicyThis document establishes how Macquarie University will manage refunds of tuition fees and other administrative fees for full-fee paying international students.
  • Investment and Treasury Risk Management PolicyThis document defines the investment principles and specific parameters by which Macquarie University invests its funds and manages the risks associated with investment, funding, interest rate, foreign exchange, utilities, cash management and credit risk (together, “treasury risks”).