Employee Quick Guide: What To Expect When Returning To Campus
- Your administrator will work with you on what your on-campus work schedule will be. This will be formalized in writing with you a minimum of 21 days before your return to work on campus date and whenever operationally possible, 30 days beforehand.
All employees have a collective responsibility to conduct their work in a manner which promotes their personal health and safety, as well as that of their co-workers and students. You will be responsible for:
- completing CSU’s online Safety in the Workplace During COVID-19 training module before performing any work on campus
- completing the daily health screening survey each day working on campus
- staying home if sick
- wearing a medical-grade mask (also called surgical masks or disposable face masks, with three layers) indoors
- washing hands regularly
- complying with CSU Interim vaccination policy
- participating in weekly COVID-19 testing if you have an approved medical or religious exemption
- There is a Department COVID Coordinator designated for every work area on campus who will ensure the work area adheres to safety protocols and has appropriate PPE, and cleaning supplies, including extra disposable face covering and hand sanitizer.
- Signage will be placed around campus to advise all including visitors of safety protocols.
- Please use signage to remind any visitors/colleagues in your area and offer extra disposable masks for those who may not be wearing a mask. Enlist the support of your administrator when needed.
- Restrooms, classrooms, and office spaces will be cleaned at increased rates.
- Building HVAC systems have been adjusted to maximize outside air intake and air filters have been upgraded to MERV 13 filters as recommended by the CDC and CalOSHA.
- Water re-filling stations will be available for employees and students.
- All parking lots will be available for use. Day passes are available for those with hybrid work schedules.
- In restrooms avoid crowding, give others space, and wash hands remembering that extra exhaust fans and stall partitions unique to restrooms reduce the likelihood of disease transmission.
- Your administrators will be your primary resource in helping support you during this transition.
- HR Employee Relations is available at email@example.com and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) available at https://www.csun.edu/benefits/lifematters-eap
- Concerns about non-compliance of safety protocols may be reported to EH&S at firstname.lastname@example.org or 818-677-2401.