|Submission Date||March 3, 2022|
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
PA-14: Wellness Program
|0.50 / 1.00||
Director of HR
Does the institution have a wellness program that makes counseling, referral, and wellbeing services available to all students?:
Does the institution have a wellness and/or employee assistance program that makes counseling, referral, and wellbeing services available to all academic staff?:
Does the institution have a wellness and/or employee assistance program that makes counseling, referral, and wellbeing services available to all non-academic staff?:
A brief description of the institution’s wellness and/or employee assistance program(s):
All UW-Green Bay faculty and staff have access to an Employee Assistance Program at no charge to the employee. The EAP is a confidential, work place based Employee Assistance Program. The program is designed to assist in the prevention, early identification and resolution of personal matters which may affect both an employee's sense of well being and their ability to effecitviely carry out their work responsibilities. Examples of issues which the EAP might be helpful with are health, marital, family, financial, alcohol and other drugs, emotional, stress and other personal concerns.
Does the institution prohibit smoking within all occupied buildings owned or leased by the institution?:
Does the institution restrict outdoor smoking?:
Does the institution prohibit smoking and tobacco use across the entire campus?:
A copy of the institution's smoke-free policy:
The institution’s smoke-free policy:
Pursuant to University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Policy, smoking and the use of electronic inhalant delivery systems - commonly known as "e-cigarettes" or vaping - is prohibited in all state-owned campus buildings, all state-owned campus vehicles, and within 30 feet of all state-owned campus buildings, indoor and outdoor facilities and University Housing.
April 2014 - UW-Green Bay’s official Policy on Smoking now includes inhalant delivery systems — better known as “e-cigarettes” — meaning the same restrictions that apply to traditional cigarettes now apply to the electronic systems, as well. That means they’re banned in all state-owned campus buildings and campus vehicles, and within 30-feet of all state-owned campus buildings, indoor and outdoor facilities and University Housing. A committee of representatives from Public Safety, Dean of Students, University Housing, Health and Counseling and Student Government, along with the Campus Risk Manager, recommended the change, which was approved by Chancellor Tom Harden with the advice of his Cabinet. Several UW System campuses have thusly amended their smoking policies — La Crosse, River Falls and Stevens Point among them — while UW-Platteville and Superior allow the devices in residents’ rooms but nowhere else.
Website URL where information about the institution’s wellness programs is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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