Policy

714 Disconnecting from Work Policy

Effective: June 2, 2022

The University of Guelph (the “University”) encourages and supports its employees in prioritizing their wellbeing and ability to disconnect from work.

COVID-19: Guidance for Student Transportation

COVID-19: Guidance for Student Transportation

Student transportation vehicles can operate at full capacity. If possible, eating or drinking in the vehicles should be avoided unless 2 metres of physical distance can be maintained between individuals. Operable windows and roof vents (if applicable) should be open when feasible to increase ventilation.

Monitoring for Symptoms

Reminder for all faculty, staff, students, and contractors (e.g., bus drivers) involved on the day of the trip:

713 COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

Effective Date: September 7, 2021

Paused Date: May 1, 2022

Table of Contents

A.            Purpose and Scope

B.            Definitions

C.            Policy

                1.0          Mandatory Vaccination Requirements

520 Flexible Work Arrangements (Non-Academic Staff)

Effective: June 2021 
Updated: June 2022

Please see Disclaimer for new policy effective August 29, 2022.

Note: T2200 forms will not be issued for arrangements approved under this policy.

Designated Substances Policy

Effective: September 2000
Reviewed: June 2017
Revised: June 2017
Signed/Position: Vice-President, Finance, Administration and Risk

Applicable Legislation/Standards:

Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations:

911 - Animals on Campus Protocol

Effective: 1994
Revised: 2011; 2014; 2018

 

1 SUBJECT

This Protocol identifies the conditions under which Animals are permitted to be brought onto University grounds and in buildings by individuals for personal use. 

2 PURPOSE

The purpose of this Protocol is to:

2.1 manage the presence of animals on University grounds to maintain sanitation and health regulations as well as to reduce the risk of injury to animals, University community members and the public;

913 - Occupational Health Surveillance policy

Effective: September 2000
Revised: September 2021

Applicability:

The Occupational Health Surveillance Policy applies to all University of Guelph employees (staff, faculty and post-doctoral scholars) and graduate students whose work and/or research activities might expose them to an increased risk of an occupational hazard such as chemicals, physical agents (noise and radiation) and biohazards.

914 - Smoking in the Workplace Policy

Effective: September 2000
Revised: May 31, 2019

912 - Blood Borne Pathogens and Body Fluids Policy

Effective: September 2000
Revised: December 2016

Applicability:

This policy applies to all faculty, staff, students, visitors or volunteers of the University who in the course of their duties may come in contact with blood borne pathogens or body fluids.   

Animals on Campus Protocol

Animals On Campus Protocol

1 SUBJECT

This Protocol identifies the conditions under which Animals are permitted to be brought onto University grounds and in buildings by individuals for personal use. 

2 PURPOSE

The purpose of this Protocol is to:

2.1 manage the presence of animals on University grounds to maintain sanitation and health regulations as well as to reduce the risk of injury to animals, University community members and the public;