- Employees who are not clear to work must notify their manager immediately to determine if there are opportunities for them to work remotely. If they are not able to telework for some reason, they should also contact Melanie Hobbs (email@example.com) in the Office of Human Resources (OHR) regarding eligible leaves that may be available.
- Practice physical distancing whenever possible
- Face Coverings. All campus community members must wear face coverings in the following situations
while on University property and/or when participating in any University-related activities:
- Inside of, or in line to enter, any indoor public or common space;
- Obtaining services from any campus department or office;
- Waiting for public transportation, private transportation, a ride-sharing vehicle or private car service;
- Engaging in work, whether on University property or off-site at a University-related
activity; specifically when:
- While in or passing through public or common spaces on campus; such as common workspaces, classrooms, labs, common areas in student housing, hallways, stairways, elevators, and parking facilities;
- Working in any space where there is an expectation of interaction with a person who is not from their own household or residence, regardless of whether any such person is present at the time;
- Interacting in-person with another person who is not from their own household or residence;
- In any space where food is prepared, packaged, or sold;
- In any room or enclosed area where other people (except for members of the person’s own household or residence) are present;
- When operating a vehicle on University business when passengers are present;
- While outdoors in public spaces where consistently maintaining a physical distance of six feet from persons who are not members of the same household or residence is not feasible.
- Face coverings may be removed for a minimum time-frame for eating or drinking. Because facial coverings will be off while you are eating, it is recommended you maintain a minimum distance of 10 feet from others if possible while eating.
- Practice regular and effective hand washing, which includes using warm water and soap, scrubbing vigorously for 20 seconds, rinsing
well, and drying well with a hand towel or air dryer.
- Employees may supplement (but not replace) hand washing with hand sanitizer that is at least 60% ethyl alcohol.