In the two weeks since the Smoke-Free Campus Policy came into effect on Sept. 1, the focus has been on raising awareness and public education, says Marcela Ciampa, director of organizational development and training in the Department of Human Resources.
“The aim of our policy is to create a safer and healthier environment for working and learning,” she says. “These policies are proven to contribute to building a healthy community by reducing smoking and vaping prevalence and the adverse effects of second-hand smoke, vaping, and tobacco use.”
The University of Windsor is set to launch its Smoke-Free Campus policy Sept. 1.
The Smoke-Free Campus Steering Committee is seeking feedback from students, faculty, and staff on the draft Smoke-Free Campus Policy.
Claim a seat at the table by volunteering for the Workplace Wellness or Training Advisory committee.
The Workplace Wellness Committee invites UWindsor employees to win prizes in the Healthy Eating, Healthy Life Virtual Workplace Challenge.
The “Let’s Get Moving Virtual Team Challenge” encourages UWindsor employees to stay healthy and connected while working from home.
The Department of Human Resources is seeking faculty and staff volunteers to serve on the Workplace Wellness Committee.
A workplace wellness campaign through June and July encourages UWindsor employees to follow healthy eating habits.
The Training Advisory Committee is in the process of gathering data that will assist in the identification of learning opportunities for the annual Professional Development Calendar offered through Human Resources.
An online suggestion box has been created to engage employees in the design of the 2019-20 Professional Development Calendar, says Marcela Ciampa, director of organizational development and training.