The Bay Area Healthy Transit Plan provides more information about transit agencies’ COVID-19 response, which is based on guidance and best practices from the California Department of Public Health, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World…Read full answer about How will you ensure the safety of staff who have to take public transportation to get to campus?
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Information on the exposure notification process has been updated on Health Alerts under Symptoms, Exposure, Testing Positive.Read full answer about How will employees be notified of possible exposures when working on-site this fall?
We are grateful for how our community has responded during the last 18 months of the pandemic. It’s clear with the Delta variant, the pandemic is not past us. Public health conditions are changeable and we will need to continue…Read full answer about Why is the university returning non-student facing employees to on-site work in September given the Delta variant?
Each school/unit typically manages its space, equipment and supplies. For questions about your building or workspace, including filter systems, cleaning enhancements or space accommodations, contact your facilities manager or building manager. You may reference the Stanford Facilities Information Management System…Read full answer about I have questions about my Stanford work area/workspace, who should I contact?
Cleaning crews in academic, research and administrative buildings will focus their efforts on common spaces such as break rooms, restrooms, cafes, and high-touch areas like doorknobs and elevator buttons. For more tips about safety habits for cleanliness, visit Cardinal…Read full answer about Are there any cleaning requirements for shared spaces?
In compliance with County guidance, face coverings are required, regardless of vaccination status, in the following settings: when indoors, when using public transportation, carts and other university vehicles occupied by more than one person, and when in healthcare facilities.Face coverings…Read full answer about What are the mask requirements for non-vaccinated people?
Guidelines and requirements regarding vaccinations, testing and other health and safety precautions for Stanford affiliates can be found on this page. …Read full answer about What guidelines and requirements apply to Stanford affiliates, including individuals involved with patient care, service vendors, temporary employees, Visiting Scholars, Researchers and other Temporary Community Members (such as Cardinal Temps)?
“Surveillance” testing refers to regular testing for individuals who are not experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms. Surveillance testing is provided for free to students, faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars, through Color Genomics, as an added safeguard to minimizing the spread…Read full answer about What is the surveillance testing program?
Faculty, Staff and Postdocs can contact the SU Occupational Health Center by phone at (650) 725-5308 or by email at email@example.com.Students can contact Vaden Health Services.SHC or patient-facing employees can contact Stanford Hospital Occupational Health…Read full answer about Who can I contact if I have outstanding questions if someone in my workspace TESTED POSITIVE or FELT ILL?
Stanford faculty, staff and student employees must follow the department’s standard process for reporting an absence from work. In addition, they should talk to their PI/Supervisor/local HR to determine whether they are allowed to work remotely if they are feeling…Read full answer about When an individual reports their SYMPTOMS via Health Check, what is the process that follows?