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University of Silesia in Katowice

COVID-19 security status

LEVEL 2

RISK LEVEL 2

Implementation of increased sanitary regime. Mainly remote work, University closed for third parties, reduced mobility and contacts, increased restrictions in the University operation.

GENERAL GUIDELINES

SANITARY REGIME

implementation of restrictions resulting from the Chief Sanitary Inspector’s guidelines in the case of the risk increase. Frequent hand disinfection; keeping social distance of at least 1.5 m; obligation to cover your nose and mouth. Use of partitions. Contacts reduced to minimum. Number of people in classrooms limited to half or in accordance with the information on the classroom door, Regular ventilation of rooms, frequent disinfection of surfaces and sanitary facilities

DIDACTICS

classes are conducted remotely, except for those which cannot be organised in this way (practical classes, laboratory classes, field classes) and individual classes (consultations, tutoring, small seminar groups, research club meetings). All on-site classes with strict sanitary regime, access control and identification of participants

AVAILABILITY

the University closed for third parties, with the exception of individually invited guests. Monitoring and registration of entering individuals; strictly regulated rules of student access to dean’s offices

ORGANISATION

remote organisational meetings, with the exceptions that require the application of strict sanitary regime

ADMINISTRATION

remote work vs. work performance in the workplace at the University of Silesia to enable the business continuity.

Information is provided by the Department of Personal and Social Affairs: kadry@us.edu.pl

EVENTS

organisation of events only with the Rector’s consent, strict sanitary regime, access control and identification of participants. Necessary consultation on organisation of events with the Team for Monitoring the University Operation during the COVID-19 epidemic

MOBILITY

mobility suspended as a rule and possible only on the terms defined individually by the Rector

STUDENT RESIDENCE HALLS (DORMS)

ban on visits and leaving student residence halls on the terms defined by the Rector, ban on movement of inhabitants between student residence halls/teacher residence halls

DETAILED GUIDELINES

Organisation of education

  1. Classes are conducted remotely. Special schedule and defined participation rules are prepared for the classes that have to be conducted on-site: sanitary regime, identification of participants etc.
  2. Student reports in the Dean’s Office the lack of possibility to participate in classes on-site, and the form of making up for such classes (possible move to a different semester) will be determined for the student individually.
  3. Academic consultations are conducted remotely in line with the schedule.
  4. Credits and exams are conducted remotely. Diploma exams are conducted remotely at the student’s request.

Information is provided by the Education Department: dk@us.edu.pl.

 

Documentation

All matters related to the course of studies, which required personal presence in the Dean’s Office, in particular requests for extension of the examination session, settlement of the semester and approval of the subject of diploma thesis are processed remotely. The obligation to provide documents in paper form only when it results from the existing regulations.

In the case when it is necessary to put an additional grade in the student record book or in the USOS system, the Dean’s Office will help make the relevant entry through contact with the appropriate examiner based on the grades entered in the USOS system, scan or photo of the relevant pass in the student record book sent by e-mail.

 

Organisation and participation in events

Suggested forms: hybrid and remote. Organisation of on-site events possible only with the Rector’s consent, subject to external regulations (governmental information), in the locations approved by the University authorities, with limited number of people and only in exceptional situations, subject to strict sanitary regime, only in the premises of the University (ban on organisation of events outside the premises of the University). Necessary consultation on organisation of events with the Team for Monitoring the University Operation during the COVID-19 epidemic.

Information is provided by the Student Service Centre: dlastudenta@us.edu.pl.

 

Mobility

Mobility suspended as a rule and possible only subject to Rector’s individual consent.

  • Travel request should be accompanied with a letter addressed to the Rector of the University of Silesia, indicating the mobility need, with the opinion of the relevant Dean/head of the unit.
  • Rector’s consent is obtained through the International Relations Department.
  • The Rector may refuse the consent for foreign mobility, taking into consideration the destination and goal of the trip.
  • The Rector determines the type of mobility – WS request (referral to go abroad) or WP request (business trip order).
  • In planning and executing mobility it is necessary to take into consideration the existing restrictions in international traffic (closed borders of particular countries, air traffic restrictions, quarantine, COVID-19 test requirement etc.) and other restrictions.
  • It is necessary to submit additional statements and take action to limit the potential effects of increased risk.
  • All standard procedures maintained.

Information on standard mobility procedures: https://us.edu.pl/student/mobilnosc/wyjazdy-zagraniczne/.

Information on additional requirements related to the pandemic: www.zdalny.us.edu.pl/pl/mobilnosc-miedzynarodowa.

Information on mobility procedures is provided by the International Mobility Settlement Office at the International Relations Department: brmm@us.edu.pl, phone no.: 32 359 1868, 32 359 1400.

Foreign mobilities within the framework of educational exchange (Erasmus+, CEEPUS, bilateral agreements, NAWA etc.) take place in accordance with the applicable, above-indicated, standard procedures, applicable at the University of Silesia, taking into consideration the procedures applied as part of a particular exchange programme (including qualification in accordance with the procedure effective in the programme, signature of individual funding agreement, preparation of agreement for curriculum/internship (learning agreement for studies/traineeship, obtaining approval of the receiving institution). Mobilities in progress executed taking into consideration additional actions and solutions in connection with COVID-19, introduced by the institutions managing educational exchange programmes, host institutions, relevant authorities of the country of stay.

Information on mobilities under educational exchange: https://us.edu.pl/wspolpraca/wspolpraca-miedzynarodowa/mobilnosc-miedzynarodowa/

Information on mobilities under educational exchange is provided by the International Exchange Office at the International Relations Department: international@us.edu.pl, phone no.: 32 359 11 78.

 

Contact with the University

Recommended remote contact. On-site contact possible in exceptional situations, subject to strict sanitary regime.

Contact with the Dean’s Office

Organisation of education

  1. Classes are conducted remotely, except for those which cannot be organised in this way (practical classes, laboratory classes, field classes).
  2. Individual or workshop classes (consultations, tutoring, small seminar and workshop groups, research club meetings) are assumed to be remote, can be organised on-site at a justified request of the person conducting the classes addressed to the dean of the relevant doctoral school.
  3. All on-site classes, including individual classes, must be reported earlier and conducted with strict sanitary regime, access control and identification of participants.
  4. Organisation of scientific and teaching work (internships in the form of conducting classes) in line with the rules effective in the research unit where it is carried out.

 

Organisation and participation in events

Suggested forms: hybrid and remote. Organisation of on-site events possible only with the Rector’s consent, subject to external regulations (governmental information), in the locations approved by the University authorities, with a limited number of people and only in exceptional situations, subject to strict sanitary regime, only in the premises of the University (ban on organisation of events outside the premises of the University). Necessary consultation on organisation of events with the Team for Monitoring the University Operation during the COVID-19 epidemic.

Information is provided by the Student Service Centre: dlastudenta@us.edu.pl.

 

Mobility

Mobility suspended as a rule and possible only subject to Rector’s individual consent.

  • Travel request should be accompanied with a letter addressed to the Rector of the University of Silesia, indicating the mobility need, with the opinion of the relevant Dean/head of the unit.
  • Rector’s consent is obtained through the International Relations Department.
  • The Rector may refuse the consent for foreign mobility, taking into consideration the destination and goal of the trip.
  • The Rector determines the type of mobility (WP or WS request).
  • In planning and executing mobility it is necessary to take into consideration the existing restrictions in international traffic (closed borders of particular countries, air traffic restrictions, quarantine, COVID-19 test requirement etc.) and other restrictions.
  • It is necessary to submit additional statements and take action to limit the potential effects of increased risk.
  • All standard procedures maintained.

Information on standard mobility procedures: https://us.edu.pl/doktorant/mobilnosc-rozwoj/konferencje-i-wyjazdy-zagraniczne/.

Information on additional requirements related to the pandemic: www.zdalny.us.edu.pl/pl/mobilnosc-miedzynarodowa.

Information on mobility procedures is provided by the International Mobility Settlement Office at the International Relations Department: brmm@us.edu.pl, phone no.: 32 359 1868, 32 359 1400.

Foreign mobilities within the framework of educational exchange (Erasmus+, CEEPUS, bilateral agreements, NAWA etc.) take place in accordance with the applicable, above-indicated, standard procedures, applicable at the University of Silesia, taking into consideration the procedures applied as part of a particular exchange programme (including qualification in accordance with the procedure effective in the programme, signature of individual funding agreement, preparation of agreement for curriculum/internship (learning agreement for studies/traineeship, obtaining approval of the receiving institution). Mobilities in progress executed taking into consideration additional actions and solutions in connection with COVID-19, introduced by the institutions managing educational exchange programmes, host institutions, relevant authorities of the country of stay.

Information on mobilities under educational exchange: https://us.edu.pl/wspolpraca/wspolpraca-miedzynarodowa/mobilnosc-miedzynarodowa/

Information on mobilities under educational exchange is provided by the International Exchange Office at the International Relations Department: international@us.edu.pl, phone no.: 32 359 11 78.

 

Contact with the University

  1. Communication by e-mail or phone. Doctoral students receive the most important information via the mailing list.
  2. Meetings of team managing the doctoral school with all PhD students via MS Teams every two weeks.
  3. Documents provided only online. E-mail sent from an address in us.edu.pl is regarded as a signed document. Exceptions are the situations in which it is necessary to hand over the signed document due to procedural reasons. In such cases, communication must be carried out via outboxes or designated points.

 

Regulations

https://us.edu.pl/szkola-doktorska/

https://www.mssd.us.edu.pl/

https://us.edu.pl/doktorant/

Organisation of education

  1. Classes are conducted remotely [Ordinance no. 171 on the implementation of education process at the University of Silesia in Katowice in the winter semester of academic year 2020/2021]. Special schedule and defined participation rules are prepared for the classes that have to be conducted on-site: sanitary regime, identification of participants etc.
  2. Consultations conducted in accordance with the internal regulations of the University of Silesia and their schedule remotely. In special cases by approval of the individuals responsible for organisation of education, it is possible to organise consultations on-site.
  3. Credits and exams are conducted remotely using tools recommended by the University, in accordance with the guidelines included in the Ordinance. Any exemption from these rules is only possible by the Dean’s consent and only due to exceptional circumstances. Diploma exams are conducted remotely at the student’s request.

 

Work organisation

Implementation of research and organisational duties remotely, with the only exception of employees necessary to maintain the continuity of University operation. Implementation of teaching duties in accordance with the rules of organisation of education as specified for risk status 2, application of strict sanitary regime.

Participation in trainings

Trainings are conducted remotely. It is possible to conduct a training on-site only with the Rector’s consent in the course of an individually issued decision. Trainings conducted subject to sanitary regime, provided that the employee submits a statement of will to participate in the training conducted in the above-mentioned form.

Information is provided by the HR Department: dhr@us.edu.pl.

 

Mobility

Mobility suspended as a rule and possible only subject to Rector’s individual consent.

  • Travel request should be accompanied with a letter addressed to the Rector of the University of Silesia, indicating the mobility need, with the opinion of the relevant Dean/head of the unit.
  • Rector’s consent is obtained through the International Relations Department.
  • The Rector may refuse the consent for foreign mobility, taking into consideration the destination and goal of the trip.
  • The Rector determines the type of mobility (WP or WS request).
  • In planning and executing mobility it is necessary to take into consideration the existing restrictions in international traffic (closed borders of particular countries, air traffic restrictions, quarantine, COVID-19 test requirement etc.) and other restrictions.
  • It is necessary to submit additional statements and take action to limit the potential effects of increased risk.
  • All standard procedures maintained.

Information on standard mobility procedures: https://us.edu.pl/pracownik/mobilnosc-miedzynarodowa.

Information on additional requirements related to the pandemic: www.zdalny.us.edu.pl/pl/mobilnosc-miedzynarodowa.

Information on mobility procedures is provided by the International Mobility Settlement Office at the International Relations Department: brmm@us.edu.pl, phone no.: 32 359 1868, 32 359 1400.

Foreign mobilities within the framework of educational exchange (Erasmus+, CEEPUS, bilateral agreements, NAWA etc.) take place in accordance with the applicable, above-indicated, standard procedures, applicable at the University of Silesia, taking into consideration the procedures applied as part of a particular exchange programme (including qualification in accordance with the procedure effective in the programme, signature of individual funding agreement, preparation of agreement for curriculum/internship (learning agreement for studies/traineeship, obtaining approval of the receiving institution). Mobilities in progress executed taking into consideration additional actions and solutions resulting from COVID-19, introduced by the institutions managing educational exchange programmes, host institutions, relevant authorities of the country of stay.

Information on mobilities under educational exchange: https://us.edu.pl/wspolpraca/wspolpraca-miedzynarodowa/mobilnosc-miedzynarodowa.

Information on mobilities under educational exchange is provided by the International Exchange Office at the International Relations Department: international@us.edu.pl, phone no.: 32 359 11 78.

 

Selection process for academic posts

Selection process for academic posts is conducted remotely.

Information is provided by the HR Department: dhr@us.edu.pl.

Work organisation

Remote work vs. work performance in the workplace at the University of Silesia to enable the business continuity.

 

Information is provided by the Department of Personal and Social Affairs: kadry@us.edu.pl.

 

Remote work rules:

  • employee performing remote work is obliged to carry out the ordered duties in their effective working time, including in particular: monitoring business e-mail (managing correspondence on an ongoing basis) and using company mobile phone and/or computer (if available);
  • employee is obliged to provide the results of ordered remote work via electronic media systematically, whereas the direct supervisor shall verify the completed work on an ongoing basis;
  • direct supervisors of the University employees shall keep ongoing contact with an employee performing remote work
    and supervise the effects of their work;
  • remote work is ordered to an employee by the direct supervisor [TEMPLATE OF REMOTE WORK REQUEST];

 

Additional guidelines for work performance:

  • With reference to work performance in the workplace at the University of Silesia:

In the case of performing work in the workplace, apart from normal working time for the employees specified Sections 34-35 of the Rules and Regulations of Work at the University of Silesia, flexible or equivalent working time can also be used respectively.

  • With reference to mixed work performance on a single day (remote work and work performance in the workplace at the University of Silesia):
  • In the case of mixing remote work and work performance in the workplace on a single day, it should be taken into consideration that travel time to the place of residence counts as working time.

 

With reference to correspondence and handling affairs:

  • direct contacts between employees at work should be reduced to minimum;
  • affairs should be handled by e-mail;
  • General Office is used for handling traditional correspondence (receiving documentation from units and stakeholders) sent to particular general university administration units (Rectorate);
  • any correspondence addressed to relevant units should be delivered through General Office; unit employees are obliged to pick correspondence from the General Office;
  • documents different than financial, which require signature, shall be sent as scans (.pdf) or photos (.jpg) until revoked; please ensure that the required signatures and stamps are clear;
  • paper documents shall be sent only by internal mail through General Office;
  • access of third parties to the University buildings only with the Rector’s or Dean’s individual consent (faculty, doctoral schools).

 

Participation in trainings

Trainings are conducted remotely. It is possible to conduct a training on-site only with the Rector’s consent in the course of an individually issued decision. Trainings conducted subject to sanitary regime, provided that the employee submits a statement of will to participate in the training conducted in the above-mentioned form.

Information is provided by the HR Department: dhr@us.edu.pl

 

Mobility

Mobility suspended as a rule and possible only subject to Rector’s individual consent.

  • Travel request should be accompanied with a letter addressed to the Rector of the University of Silesia, indicating the mobility need, with the opinion of the relevant Dean/head of the unit.
  • Rector’s consent is obtained through the International Relations Department.
  • The Rector may refuse the consent for foreign mobility, taking into consideration the destination and goal of the trip.
  • The Rector determines the type of mobility (WP or WS request).
  • In planning and executing mobility it is necessary to take into consideration the existing restrictions in international traffic (closed borders of particular countries, air traffic restrictions, quarantine, COVID-19 test requirement etc.) and other restrictions.
  • It is necessary to submit additional statements and take action to limit the potential effects of increased risk.
  • All standard procedures maintained.

Information on standard mobility procedures: https://us.edu.pl/pracownik/mobilnosc-miedzynarodowa.

Information on additional requirements related to the pandemic: www.zdalny.us.edu.pl/pl/mobilnosc-miedzynarodowa.

Information on mobility procedures is provided by the International Mobility Settlement Office at the International Relations Department: brmm@us.edu.pl, phone no.: 32 359 1868, 32 359 1400.

Foreign mobilities within the framework of educational exchange (Erasmus+, CEEPUS, bilateral agreements, NAWA etc.) take place in accordance with the applicable, above-indicated, standard procedures, applicable at the University of Silesia, taking into consideration the procedures applied as part of a particular exchange programme (including qualification in accordance with the procedure effective in the programme, signature of individual funding agreement, preparation of agreement for curriculum/internship (learning agreement for studies/traineeship, obtaining approval of the receiving institution). Mobilities in progress executed taking into consideration additional actions and solutions resulting from COVID-19, introduced by the institutions managing educational exchange programmes, host institutions, relevant authorities of the country of stay.

Information on mobilities under educational exchange: https://us.edu.pl/wspolpraca/wspolpraca-miedzynarodowa/mobilnosc-miedzynarodowa.

Information on mobilities under educational exchange is provided by the International Exchange Office at the International Relations Department: international@us.edu.pl, phone no.: 32 359 11 78.

 

Selection process for non-academic employees

Selection process for non-academic employee posts conducted remotely.

Information is provided by the HR Department: dhr@us.edu.pl.

Check-in/check-out

Restricted accommodation. Applications for granting a place in the student residence hall submitted by e-mail (scans). At the check-in it is necessary to sign the statement [TEMPLATE STATEMENT]. Implementation of single-person accommodation system (students of the University of Silesia have the priority). You can check out upon previous notification of the administration and arranging the check-out date.

Information is provided by the Student Service Centre: dlastudenta@us.edu.pl.

 

General Principles

Limited possibility of leaving student residence halls/teacher residence halls temporarily.

You will find current information in the Announcements tab on the following website: https://www.zdalny.us.edu.pl.

 

Publicly available rooms

Mandatory hand disinfection at the entrance, covering mouth and nose, keeping social distance, contact with administration by phone or e-mail, restriction in the number of people using a room at the same time, full sanitary regime.

 

Payments

Remote payments especially recommended, payments by means of terminal possible in defined hours and places.

You will find current information in the Announcements tab on the following website: https://www.zdalny.us.edu.pl.

 

Guest visits

Restricted possibility to have guests. Visits permitted in exceptional situations, traffic monitoring – mandatory entries in the guest book [TEMPLATE GDPR CLAUSE FOR GUESTS].

Access to infrastructure for the purpose of implementing research work

Access to equipment only for the purpose of implementation of research projects, support and maintenance of devices. In laboratory premises specified permitted limits of individuals staying in rooms at the same time. Maintained registration of individuals staying in laboratories. Work subject to sanitary regime.

  1. The list of operating laboratories/workrooms including the number individuals who can stay there at the same time will be prepared by the Faculty Artistic, Research and Educational Infrastructure Office. The list of operating laboratories/workrooms is provided by the Artistic, Research and Educational Infrastructure Office to the Science and Research Department.[LIST OF OPERATING LABORATORIES]
  2. The administrator of a laboratory/workroom coordinates the schedule of access to equipment and maintains the register of its users. [INFRASTRUCTURE USE RECORD]
  3. If there is a need to introduce flexible working hours for the necessary engineering and technical staff supervising the operation of devices, a relevant request shall be submitted to the Faculty Dean through the Organisational Head of the Faculty.
  4. Administration and Economic Departments of Campuses provide the appropriate disinfecting and protective measures for IT infrastructure and prepare the place for storing these measures, together with the relevant descriptions.
  5. Disinfecting and protective measures are located in every room with Artistic, Research and Educational Infrastructure, in designated areas, and they shall be labelled due to the intended use as “personal disinfectant”, “device disinfectant” etc.
  6. The rooms where IT equipment is used are provided by the Administration and Economic Department with foil for securing keyboards and other IT devices touched during work.
  7. The Faculty Office for Research, Educational and Artistic Infrastructure at the relevant faculty is responsible for the organisation of disinfection process of research, educational and artistic infrastructure and for the determination of disinfection rules in particular laboratories/workrooms, taking into consideration their specific nature.
  8. Faculty Office for Research, Educational and Artistic Infrastructure provides information on the manner of disinfection to:
    1. academics through the relevant Dean’s office and Degree Programme Director,
    2. individuals using research, educational and artistic infrastructure by placing instructions with the manner of disinfection in a visible location in a room with research, educational and artistic infrastructure, including disinfectants and protective measures,
    3. administrators of research, educational and artistic infrastructure who specifically supervise it due to the unique nature of such infrastructure.
  9. Depending on the type of research, educational and artistic infrastructure, in line with the instructions, the user may be authorised to disinfect the research, educational and artistic infrastructure before and after work with research, educational and artistic infrastructure.
  10. The individuals staying in a laboratory/workroom are obliged to wear face asks or visors and gloves, apart from the clothes compliant with the relevant OHS regulations for a particular workroom/laboratory. You do not have to wear a face mask or visor if you are in a room by yourself.
  11. The number of individuals who can in a laboratory/workroom at the same time is determined based on the laboratory surface minus the area occupied by the equipment (the minimum distance between people working is 2 metres).
  12. The information in Polish and English about the number individuals who can stay in a workroom/laboratory shall be placed on the door.

 

Access to infrastructure for the purpose of conducting classes

Research, educational and artistic infrastructure necessary for conducting practical classes available subject to the following restrictions: classes conducted in line with defined schedules in mixed system (part of classes used for tests and discussion of results remotely, practical part with adjusted number of students in a group to social distance regime and required break for contact-free exchange of students, ventilation and disinfection of devices and rooms).

 

  1. The list of operating laboratories/workrooms including the number individuals who can stay there at the same time will be prepared by the Faculty Artistic, Research and Educational Infrastructure Office. The list of operating laboratories/workrooms is provided by the Artistic, Research and Educational Infrastructure Office to the Science and Research Department.[LIST OF OPERATING LABORATORIES]
  2. The teacher is obliged to maintain the register of entering individuals [INFRASTRUCTURE USE RECORD and LABORATORY WORK LOGBOOK].
  3. Administration and Economic Departments of Campuses provide the appropriate disinfecting and protective measures for IT infrastructure and prepare the place for storing these measures, together with the relevant descriptions.
  4. Disinfecting and protective measures are located in every room with Artistic, Research and Educational Infrastructure, in designated areas, and they shall be labelled due to the intended use as “personal disinfectant”, “device disinfectant” etc.
  5. The rooms where IT equipment is used are provided by the Administration and Economic Department with foil for securing keyboards and other IT devices touched during work.
  6. The Faculty Office for Research, Educational and Artistic Infrastructure at the relevant faculty is responsible for the organisation of disinfection process of research, educational and artistic infrastructure and for the determination of disinfection rules in particular laboratories/workrooms, taking into consideration their specific nature.
  7. Faculty Office for Research, Educational and Artistic Infrastructure provides information on the manner of disinfection to:
    1. academics through the relevant Dean’s office and Degree Programme Director,
    2. individuals using research, educational and artistic infrastructure by placing instructions with the manner of disinfection in a visible location in a room with research, educational and artistic infrastructure, including disinfectants and protective measures,
    3. administrators of research, educational and artistic infrastructure who specifically supervise it due to the unique nature of such infrastructure.
  8. Depending on the type of research, educational and artistic infrastructure, in line with the instructions, the user may be authorised to disinfect the research, educational and artistic infrastructure before and after work with research, educational and artistic infrastructure.
  9. The individuals staying in a laboratory/workroom are obliged to wear face asks or visors and gloves, apart from the clothes compliant with the relevant OHS regulations for a particular workroom/laboratory.
  10. The number of individuals who can in a laboratory/workroom at the same time is determined based on the laboratory surface minus the area occupied by the equipment (the minimum distance between people working is 2 metres).
  11. The information in Polish and English about the number individuals who can stay in a workroom/laboratory shall be placed on the door.

 

Access to infrastructure for the purpose of carrying out diploma theses

Access to research, educational and artistic equipment to implement the practical part of diploma theses limited to necessary minimum. Restricted students’ stay in laboratories and only subject to keeping social distance (defined minimum number of people staying in laboratories at the same time), registration of individuals staying in laboratories and disinfection of equipment

Sports classes

Physical education classes are conducted remotely only.

Information is provided by the Centre for Physical Education and Sport: cwfis@us.edu.pl.

 

Additional sports classes (e.g. University Sports Association, non-didactic trainings, student organisations)

Possibility to practise sport in sports facilities only away from the University. Practising sports, organisation and participation in sports events take place with strict sanitary regime, access control and identification of participants, upon the Rector’s approval.

Information is provided by the Centre for Physical Education and Sport: cwfis@us.edu.pl.

 

Lease

No possibility of lease.

Premises (including administrative premises) are publicly available

Ban on third parties entering the premises (except for earlier appointments) – strict monitoring of entrances to the building, full sanitary regime, frequent disinfection of rooms and surfaces, keeping social distance, covering nose and mouth.

Suspended catering services and other activities specified in the announcements.

Frequent monitoring of sanitary regime application (heads of administration and economic departments at campuses, organisational head).

 

Classrooms

Operating rules consistent with full sanitary regime.

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SANITARY REGIME:

  • hand disinfection,
  • keeping social distance,
  • if not possible to keep the distance – covering nose and mouth,
  • number of people in classrooms limited to half or in accordance with the information on the classroom door,
  • regular ventilation of rooms,
  • frequent disinfection of surfaces and sanitary facilities,
  • application of separate provisions.

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