This information is designed to help leaders manage a return to campus by preparing both your workforce and your workplace.
TMU’s overall approach to return to campus planning is informed by current public health information. The information may change if the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve.
Disinfectant wipe stations are available throughout the campus in some common areas, designated classrooms and high traffic shared equipment facilities.
Community members who are unwell must not attend campus and follow existing absence procedures for employees and/or students.
While not required,TMU continues to be a mask-friendly environment. Masks are available as outlined on the Masks and PPE page.
As a primary health and safety measure, the university continues to encourage all who are able to be vaccinated to do so and to remain up-to-date with current COVID-19 vaccinations in the event that COVID 19 Vaccination Policy is reinstated.
The university follows the industry best practices for filter replacement and our air filters meet or exceed the Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) rating recommendations — for filtering fine particles in the air — and guidelines put forward by American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and Public Health.
What if my employee asks for an accommodation?
If an employee requests a medical accommodation, please advise that they contact Workplace Wellbeing Services. In cooperation with the employee's doctor, Workplace Wellbeing Services will work with leaders and employees where possible to:
- implement preventative strategies in the workplace;
- determine if remote work arrangements are necessary.
Key contacts for support
If you have immediate questions about preparing your workspace, please contact the Facilities Help Desk at email@example.com or 416-979-5091.
If you are a leader with questions about preparing their teams for return to campus, contact your HR partner.