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Facilities and Infrastructure Action Plan

Signage

Exterior doors are labeled with directional signage to designate as entrance or exit in order to prevent cross-directional foot traffic.

Elevators are labeled with occupancy signage limited to two (2) occupants only.

Service areas where lines typically form are marked with floor decals to guide the line and maintain physical distancing.

Signage on walking bridges shows directional foot traffic flow patterns.

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Classrooms and laboratories with more than one access point
  • Classrooms and laboratories with more than one access point have doors labeled with directional signage to designate as entrances or exits in order to prevent cross-directional foot traffic.
  • It is recommended that the entrance and exit of classrooms and laboratories with only one access point take place in an orderly fashion, allowing occupants to leave the space before the next session’s participants enter the space.

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Classrooms and laboratories with only one access point
  • It is recommended that the entrance and exit of classrooms and laboratories with only one access point take place in an orderly fashion, allowing occupants to leave the space before the next session’s participants enter the space.

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Instructional spaces
  • All instructional spaces, auditoriums, and common use meeting spaces have been assessed to determine the occupancy load of an area based on 36 sq. ft. per person.
  • Classrooms and labs are marked off by decals with an X to designate areas/seats that are not to be occupied.
  • Requested layouts for meeting spaces must follow physical distancing guidelines.
  • Modification to instructional spaces will be approved by the Provost’s Office.

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Office spaces
  • Office occupancy must comply with physical distancing standards of 36 sq. ft. per person.
  • If a shared office space does not comply with the physical distancing standard, options such as relocation of employees or adjusted work schedules may be appropriate.
  • If a space requires a physical modification, a work order must be generated for Facilities Planning and Management to do an on-site assessment.
  • If an on-campus solution is not identified, the department head/supervisor will contact the Office of Human Resources and complete the Accommodation Request Related to COVID-19.

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Sanitation

Custodial Services staff will perform enhanced cleaning and disinfection as follows:

  • Classrooms, laboratories, and computer labs: Daily Monday through Friday.
  • High-touch surfaces in common areas: At least twice a day.
  • Restrooms: Daily with high-touch surfaces disinfected one additional time.
  • Meeting and conference rooms: Weekly.
  • Office spaces and break rooms: Approximately every 20 days.

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Sanitizing stations
  • Sanitizing stations have been installed throughout campus buildings to provide individuals access to resources to sanitize personal office space and items before use, and provide hand sanitation.
  • Mice, keyboards, phones, and laptop bodies can be sanitized using provided sanitizing wipes or cleaning/disinfectant solution.
  • Please note, the provided sanitizing wipes and cleaning/disinfectant solution cannot be used on computer screens.

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Signage, decals, and fabricated devices
  • Signage and decals are installed in common areas throughout campus providing COVID-19 guidance and physical distancing reminders.
  • Department heads/supervisors will be able to order additional signage/decals for offices by selecting from a menu of the available COVID-19 signage and decals and submitting a work order to Facilities Planning and Management.

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Face shields, sneeze guards, and contactless door openers
  • Face shields, sneeze guards, and contactless door openers are available through the Facilities Planning and Management work order system.
  • Requests for face shields and sneeze guards will be fulfilled by priority based on the type of service/function and the timing of its return to operations on campus.

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