Use this checklist to prepare and inform yourself on proper workplace protocols and
practices while working on campus to help prevent and reduce the transmission of COVID-19. If you have questions, contact your supervisor for guidance.
Do not come to work if you are feeling sick. Stay home, inform your supervisor, and contact your healthcare provider, if necessary.
Follow the current Campus Entry Process before coming to campus. When you arrive on campus, head directly to a Health Screening
Kiosk before entering any buildings. If you need access inside campus buildings on
a weekend, holiday, or outside of normal business hours, please complete the Off-Hours Campus Visits online form.
Wear a face covering while on campus. If you do not own your own face covering or
forget to bring one when you arrive on campus, ask your supervisor how to obtain one.
Ensure that face coverings fit well; view instructions. If you are unvaccinated, double masking (wearing a cloth face mask over a surgical mask) is strongly recommended.
During break times or when you are actively eating or drinking, removal of face coverings
is allowed. It is advised that removal of face coverings be done outdoors whenever
possible or when alone in a separate room or office.
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or use hand sanitizer
if a sink is not available. View information on proper handwashing techniques. If soap dispensers are running low or need to be refilled, submit a Facilities work
order at via MyECC.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or the inside of your elbow if you cough or
sneeze. Immediately throw tissue in trash, then wash your hands. For more information
on proper cough and sneezing etiquette, click here.
Avoid using other employees’ phones, tablets, desks, offices, or other work tools
and equipment. Clean and disinfect if sharing occurs. If disinfectant wipes are not
readily available, ask your supervisor for a supply.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces that you utilize while
at work as routinely as possible or as discussed with your supervisor in your Pre-Return
Zoom Meeting (e.g., counter tops, door handles, steering wheels, tools, copy machines,
phones, shared office supplies.)
Refrain from congregating in confined spaces, such as enclosed break rooms or narrow hallways for a cumulative
total of 15 minutes or greater in any 24-hour period.
Report to supervisor encounters with individuals on campus who refuse to comply with
campus COVID-19 mandates. Also report to supervisor interactions with individuals
on campus who appear sick and may be expelling infectious droplets via excessive coughing
Consider utilizing the EASE Program whenever you or family members in your household are feeling overwhelmed with worry,
anxiety, or stress. EASE is available to employees and their family members and is
a free, District-supported benefit that provides professional, confidential mental health assistance at (800) 882-1341.