Programs

2019 Events and Activities

Download the full event calendar to view the sessions and activities offered and click on the events to complete your registration.

Take a break each day to explore the blog break articles realted to mental health and workplace safety.

Take the Mental Health Meter

Do a quick check-in with your mental health using CMHA's mental health meter online tool.  Complete a short survey and receive a description of your results.

Mental Health 101 CAMH Course

CAMH has developed a free online Mental Health 101 course to explain more about mental health and mental illness and provides tools to support yourself or others.

Spot the Hazards Activity Contest

How observant are you? Do you have what it takes to spot all the hazards in the photos? Give it your best shot and you could WIN! Those wishing to enter are asked to identify 3 hazards within the photos and also submit a “safety idea” relevant to each of the photos.

Wellness@Work Grant Program

The Wellness@Work Grant Program is designed to further enhance the physical and psychological health, safety and the quality of life for all faculty and staff.

U of G Garden Gander

John Reinhart, Grounds Manager, will take participants on a noon hour walk to explore different gardens and trees on our campus.  Each week will feature a different area of campus with more to discover.  Come learn about new plantings, plant problems, botany, history of plantings and more!

Mental Health and Wellness Training

U of G offers five different levels of mental health training opportunities for faculty and staff throughout the year, including More Feet on the Ground, Beyond the Books, SafeTALK, Mental Health First Aid and ASIST

Walking Program

The weather is getting nice, it’s time to break out your running shoes and walk this way!  Occupational Health and Wellness is offering a FREE Walking Program over a 6-week period.

Ergonomics Program

The Ergonomics Program at the University of Guelph is designed to increase ergonomic awareness by educating the University community on the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), and their risk factors in order to eliminate ergonomic related injuries while increasing employee performance and satisfaction.