Health & Safety Committee
The Health and Safety Committee of WUFA was intended to make recommendations to improve the Association's representation and actions on the Joint Central Safety Committee of the University, and to engage in other activities to make the workplace safe for bargaining unit members.
Health and Safety Committee 2020-2021
No members at this time.
Central Safety Committee of the University
The Central Safety Committee (CSC) is a joint committee that is comprised of representatives from all campus unions and the Administration. The CSC is mandated to address concerns regarding Workplace Health and Safety, and the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The responsibilities are addressed in the CSC's 'Terms of Reference' document, which states the following:
"The purpose of the CSC is to address occupational health and safety (OHS) concerns that affect university-wide operations that cannot be resolved at the department level.
These concerns will normally involve decisions by senior administrative officials or will require changes in procedures that will affect the entire campus or a good portion thereof."
The WUFA reps on the CSC 2019-2020 are:
- Lori Freeman Gibb, Nursing
- Anna Farias, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry (alternate rep)
- Bruce Kotowich, SOCA (Downtown Campus)
Women’s Campus Safety Grant Committee of the University
The Women's Campus Safety Grant Committee is a Presidential standing committee established to address women's safety issues on campus, and in so doing, to establish, promote and improve facilities, programs and services at the University of Windsor. The Grant has been funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities since 1991.
The WUFA rep on the Women’s Campus Safety Grant Committee 2020-2021 is:
- Natalie Atkin, FAHSS