A protocol, safe spaces
Signposts in buildings
Clear signs and recommendations are posted in relation to how to behave in different places and situations. Follow the directions to ensure your own safety and that of others.
Turnstiles will be open to avoid any hand contact and infection.
However, remember to scan your university card at the reader so that your entrance and exit is recorded.
Use the hand sanitizers located in the entrance hall.
Wear a facemask at all times.
Observe the recommended social distance.
Screens are being installed in building receptions, administrative offices, student services, etc.
All campus spaces have been analyzed to set limited capacity in each case and guarantee social distancing according to healthcare authority recommendations at all times. Information posters indicate the recommended number of people in each space (up to a maximum occupancy of 50%), classrooms, seminar rooms, libraries, oratories, meeting points, cafés, restrooms, elevators…
A signposting system will indicate entrance and exit pathways. On the stairs, arrows will track where to walk up and walk down. In corridors and interiors, pedestrian traffic will be reorganized to limit contact and to minimize circulation inside buildings.
Cleaning, ventilation and disinfection of spaces
Prevent microbiological contamination by ensuring that the university’s working environment is free of the risk of coronavirus infection, making it a safe space for the university community.
Thorough disinfection of all campus buildings will be completed before the start of the academic year.
All facilities will be disinfected every evening, leaving them ready for use the following day.
The following will be disinfected throughout the day:
All workspaces after each meeting.
All other shared and/or public workspaces.
Restrooms, three times a day, in line with SND Order 399/2020.
All computers used by different class-groups.
Every classroom every time a class ends and the group of students changes.
The University has made available disinfection packs (spray, paper towels) in all common areas: meeting points, work rooms, professor’s computer in classrooms, and other shared spaces or resources. Thus, professors, administrative personnel and students work together to protect everyone’s health.
Hand sanitizers will be available at the entrances to all buildings, meeting rooms and shared spaces, so that everyone may clean their hands quickly as they go in and out.
With regard to ventilation, the cleaning of air filters and the ventilation-level of air conditioning systems will be increased in order to refresh the air supply more regularly. Windows will also be opened to circulate air.