Public Health Workplace Protocols and Resources

Last updated: January 19, 2021

Continuity planning

  • Continuity Checklist: On-Campus Research Spaces: Use this checklist to prepare your unit for extended building closures, employee attendance disruptions, possible outbreak scenarios, or other disruptions related to COVID-19. (Google Doc/Printable)

Returning to campus

  • Safety Measures General Directive: Guidance on expectations for faculties, departments, and University planning groups to ensure a safe return to and operations on our campuses.
  • Return to Campus Plan Template: Use this form to plan your return to campus, and to ensure that you and your staff are following public health requirements. (Google Doc/Printable)
  • COVID-19 e-learning: This course is required for anyone returning to campus or already working on campus. The course outlines safety protocols to protect you, your colleagues, and your family from COVID-19.

Guidelines for shared spaces

Health, Safety and Environment has published the following guidelines for anyone who is working and learning in shared spaces on campus:

Attendance records

To support AHS contact tracing efforts, managers and supervisors should also use the following tool to record attendance and contact information of their team members:

Attendance logs include a privacy statement. Records must be kept for four weeks, or for one year if used for contact tracing. Records must be destroyed once these timeframes have elapsed.