Individuals working remotely should only return to campus when notified by their leadership that it is appropriate to do so. Those who return to campus in any capacity must follow the UArizona policy and guidance for Safe Return to Work outlined in this section. Also see the guidelines for supervisors from Human Resources.
Preparing to Return to Campus
In preparation for return to workspaces, you are encouraged to assess your personal risks.
Temporary Modified Workspaces
If needed, you should discuss temporary modified work conditions with your supervisor as soon as possible.
Required Safety Training
Special guest Brian Jeffries (The "Voice of the Wildcats") narrates this 16-minute training video exclusively for University employees, DCCs, and volunteers.
Protect Yourself & Your Community
Physical Distancing & Working From Home
The most effective means of preventing transmission of COVID-19 is to minimize in-person interactions by working from home. When not possible, employees must strive to maintain a distance of at least 6 feet between individuals.
Employees, students and DCCs are all required to complete the Wildcat Wellcheck every day they plan to be onsite at any UArizona location.
Employees, students, and visitors must use face coverings in all UArizona locations.
Personal Hygiene & Hand Washing
Employees should proactively disinfect personal workstations in addition to shared areas or items.
Cleaning & Disinfection
Supervisors must ensure that spaces are being cleaned regularly and that there are adequate supplies for cleaning and disinfection.
Testing & Tracing
COVID-19 testing is a vital component in stopping the spread in our UArizona and surrounding communities.
Guidelines for Specific Work Situations
Important prevention measures for offices spaces include physical distance, face coverings, hand washing and disinfecting common surfaces.
Public & Common Areas
Physical distancing is the most important means of controlling the spread of COVID-19 in public and common areas.
Elevators & Stairs
Maintain physical distancing in elevators and stairwells.
Vehicles & Transportation
The acceptable number of occupants depends on the size of the vehicle. The safest way to ride is in a vehicle by yourself.
Common & Rented Equipment
Proper cleaning and disinfection are paramount to ensuring all common or rented equipment can be used without spreading COVID-19.
Food Service & Retail
Guidelines have been developed for supervisors of food service and retail spaces.
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Contractors & Non-University Employees
Non-University entities working at a UArizona facility are expected to follow all requirements regarding COVID-19 health and safety practices.
Work-related travel is severely constrained at this time due to the global pandemic.
Mental Health, Wellness & Resiliency
Wellness, including both mental and physical health, are difficult to maintain during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Human Resources and Life & Work Connections offers numerous resources to employees.
Human Resources offers guidance and resources specific to supervisors.