Other guidelines

Building control measures: Building access

Guidance

Building access may be controlled or restricted as a risk mitigation measure. Building hours may be reduced. Portions of a facility may be restricted on an ongoing basis, designated as restricted for use by visitors, or temporarily unavailable for additional sanitation or due to health and safety concerns.

Building hours will be designated by the unit leader with approval by the applicable administrators, such as vice presidents. In the instance when buildings house multiple units, the unit leaders must agree to any adjustments to building hours. The COO or designee, in consultation with other applicable administrators, such as vice presidents or the medical director will determine when building access restrictions are warranted for health or safety concerns.

Advanced notice will be provided to individuals when appropriate. Signage will be posted to designate limited access to buildings or portions of buildings.

Frequently asked questions


Reception and service areas

Steps will be taken to reduce touching of common surfaces for reception and service areas, such as removing magazines, pens, or other shared items.

Additional measures to slow the spread of the virus may be taken at reception and service desks by the installation of plexiglass sneeze guards/barriers.

Signage will be posted to reinforce university community practices such as social distancing, hand hygiene, and others.


Office operations: Handling mail or accepting deliveries

Mail services to buildings is ongoing. Central mail services will continue to ship out for USPS, UPS, FedEx and DHL deliveries.

If you are handling mail or receiving a delivery, please follow hand hygiene guidance.