Every day we encounter stresses in life - and occasionally they can have a detrimental effect on our personal lives and work performance. To help faculty and staff members in those difficult times, Western provides, at no charge, access to an Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)... Click HERE to learn more.
Full-time staff members and their immediate family (spouse and children), who do not have a family physician are eligible to use the Family Practice Clinic. To become a patient you need to apply... Click HEREto learn more.
A cross-campus initiative designed to encourage and promote a wide variety of physical, cultural, and intellectual activities to improve health and wellness at Western. Living Well @ Western offers a series of activities (many are free), open to faculty, staff and students who are looking to be more active and reduce stress levels... Click HEREto learn more.
Includes Injury Prevention Programs, Remain at Work Programs, Return to Work Assessment and Planning, Implementation and Evaluation of Return to Work Programs, Work Accommodation and Supportive Counselling Services as part of the Attendance Awareness Program, Documentation on the Accommodation Process... Click HEREto learn more.
The university strives to foster the development of a safety consciousness in all members of the University community for the purpose of minimizing the risk of injury to persons or the damage to property or facilities... Click HEREto learn more.
The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry is raising awareness with all staff, faculty and students about the use of scents and fragrances. Scents have been known to cause irritation of the eyes, throat and nose for some individuals... Click HEREto learn more.
Workplace Health provides occupational health surveillance, occupational and non-occupational medical care and treatment, and a safe space to share both work and personal concerns and/or issues. If an issue arises while you are at work, Workplace Health is available in a walk-in basis... Click HEREto learn more.