Faculty and staff members are asked to review the information in the full protocol document and will be required to sign an acknowledgment that they understand and will comply with the protocols herein. Failure to sign the form will not relieve any employee of the responsibility of abiding by the protocols.
Compliance with the University’s COVID-19 health and safety guidelines should be the foremost consideration for those working on campus.
Everyone is responsible for the health and safety of our Angelicum Community. Therefore, faculty and staff, who have traveled outside of Italy or in COVID-19 affected areas within Italy, will be required to perform the 14-day quarantine before returning to Work.
Face masks are required for everyone who is at the University in any area where others are present.
Persons at the University should take all possible steps to maintain one meter of distance from others at all times.
The University will take extensive measures, through the configuration of classrooms and other spaces and through the implementation of new traffic patterns, among other steps, to help facilitate physical distancing. However, much of this responsibility will fall to individuals.
University personnel are encouraged to use remote technology for meetings when possible/appropriate. This includes meetings with students, such as faculty office hours.
Faculty and staff members are asked to wash their hands regularly, and to take reasonable steps to help keep workspaces clean and disinfected.
All faculty and staff members must stay home from work, inform their supervisor, and contact their medical provider if they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, have tested positive for COVID-19, have been exposed to COVID-19 (as an identified contact), or otherwise are feeling sick.
Access and exit from the workplace should not create crowds, therefore the interpersonal distance of at least one meter must be observed and the one-way traffic patterns followed.
When possible, staggered hours for entry and departure may be implemented.
At the entrance of the university, a sanitizing gel dispenser will be placed with the obligation to wash hands or gloves for all those who enter the university.
The university makes hand sanitizers available to its employees in all offices. In addition, sanitizing gel dispensers will also be installed in other areas of the structure (e.g. close to lifts, in front of classrooms and in corridors).
Main doors inside the structure, when possible, should remain open to prevent contact with door handles.
The university prepares the delivery of PPE (masks, gloves and visors) to the staff based on their working needs.
Signage has been posted in the workplace with the obligation to be respected with regard to COVID 19 precautions.
The smart working tool with remote work is used to carry out administrative and related work practices when deemed necessary.
For external workers of the University see the External Workers section.