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Safety Protocols for Employees and Visitors

  • If you are sick, stay home. If you become ill at work, notify Sarah Zalenski and go home.
  • You must complete a health screening form every day you will be on campus. It must be submitted electronically to HR for review at the start of your shift.
  • You must maintain a distance of 6 ft. personal distance among individuals when possible.
  • You must sign in and sign out of every building you enter, every time. No exceptions.
  • You are required to wear a mask around campus. In your office, you may take it off but it must be worn around other employees.
  • Frequent hand washing with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds is recommended. Proper hand washing should be performed:
    • After using the restroom
    • After coughing or sneezing
    • Before and after eating and handling food
    • After using shared equipment and supplies
  • You must observe the directional marks and floor markings for social distancing.
  • Some departments will have assigned entrances and exits from buildings to minimize contact. Look for specific instructions on building doors and use the preferred entrance.
  • You may not fill a room greater than 50% of maximum capacity. Everyone in the room should be wearing masks.
  • Any meetings held in person will need to submit an electronic log of who was in the meeting and how long it lasted, to HR.
  • You are required to follow the posted signage around campus regarding COVID-19 precaution measures.
  • Shaking hands, fist bumps, hugs, or other physical contact are prohibited.
  • Sharing of food and beverages, or utensils, etc. should be avoided.
  • Shared shop tools should be cleaned and sanitized before they are returned to their storage.
  • General Kitchen use
    • Individual staff members are responsible for cleaning up after themselves when using the kitchen and appliances (coffee makers, microwave ovens, ovens and toaster ovens, refrigerators, etc.)
    • Proper disposal of trash is required
    • Rinse out recyclables and remove lids to bottles and containers (these are not recyclable). Cleaning staff must sort recyclables so having them rinsed and clean is safer and more efficient.
  • Residence Kitchen use
    • Dishes should be placed in the dishwasher to be sanitized at the end of the day