PRIOR TO RETURN
Your supervisor or manager will communicate the return-to-work plan for your unit.
Be aware of and comply with the Flashes Safe Seven principles. You are required to wear a cloth face covering while on campuses. The university will provide each employee with two cloth face coverings, as well as cleaning supplies for each unit. The person responsible for ordering for your department or campus will coordinate ordering these materials. Additionally, you are responsible for properly wearing the face covering as well as maintaining for it’s care and cleanliness. For further information concerning the care and proper wearing of the face covering, visit the CDC’s website.
- Wearing face coverings are a critical component to the Flashes Safe Seven principles. All who can safely wear face coverings are required to do so. Those who have issues such as severe asthma or breathing issues, hearing aids, autism, post-traumatic stress disorder or claustrophobia may not be able to wear face coverings. If you are concerned about wearing a face covering, please submit the accommodation request form for Fall 2020. In addition, face coverings should never be worn by or placed on people who are younger than 2, have difficulty breathing, or are unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove them without assistance.
- In addition to the Flashes Safe Seven principles, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers additional online resources that address how to protect yourself and others.
If you need assistance reconnecting IT equipment used to work remotely, including cables and accessories, or assistance continuing to work remotely, please contact your local IT support person. Here is a list of all support staff by department.
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Before leaving home to come to work, self‐screen daily for any of the symptoms of COVID-19. Those who are experiencing symptoms or those who have been in close contact as defined by the CDC with a person who is considered to have probable or confirmed COVID-19, should not report to work. Notify your supervisor of the needed absence and seek medical evaluation by calling your Primary Care Physician, DeWeese Health Center at 330-672-2322 or your local urgent care center. Always call ahead before seeking in-person medical help. Employees who are diagnosed with probable or confirmed COVID-19 will be contacted by their local health department and will be given additional guidance and instructions.
If you have been advised to self-isolate, you will be allowed to stay home and isolate per medical professional advice. During the isolation period, you may be requested to work from home if you are able. The employee may perform remote work dependent upon the nature of the work and manager guidance.