York University, along with other institutions and organizations across North America, is celebrating North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week 2021 from May 3 to 7.
NAOSH Week is an international initiative focused on highlighting the importance of health and safety in all aspects of our lives. Since 1997, NAOSH Week events and activities have been held in Canada, the United States and Mexico with the goal of focusing the attention of all individuals on injury and illness prevention in the workplace, at home and in the community.
Events and activities
The Health, Safety and Employee Well Being (HSEWB) unit at York University recognizes the commitment to workplace health and safety amongst faculty and staff and is celebrating NAOSH Week by hosting proactive wellness sessions, and providing fun activities through the week, in support of our commitment to workplace well-being.
HSEWB is offering three virtual drop-in sessions and three activities throughout the week. Click on each event title to register for the session or to download the activity. You can enjoy the activities individually, or complete them virtually as a team. If working on them with your team in person, do not forget to practice physical distancing, and wear a mask or face covering.
- Moving Monday – May 3: 10 to 10:30 a.m.
Chair Yoga with Athletics and Recreation
- Thankful Tuesday – May 4
Safety Crossword Puzzle
- Wellness Wednesday – May 5: 12 to 12:30 p.m.
Healthy Eating During the Pandemic, a Lunch and Learn with HSEWB
- Therapeutic Thursday – May 6
- Fruitful Friday – May 7: 12 to 12:30 p.m.
Coping with Anxiety with York Psychology Clinic
- Wholesome Week
To learn more, visit the HSEWB NAOSH website at https://yulink-new.yorku.ca/group/yulink/naosh for a listing of all events and activities.