If you are working on campus, please follow our current guidance set out below for all of our safety.
- Please have your LJMU card with you at all times and use swipe access in order to help us track and trace
- You will not gain access to the university without an LJMU card
Face coverings are to be worn inside buildings at all times unless people have medical exemption. Externally on campus masks do not need to be worn if 2m social distancing can be maintained. Face coverings can be removed in private offices.
- For those unable to wear a face covering, special lanyards are available from the HR team
- You must wash your hands and use hand sanitiser on a regular basis
- You must observe social distancing at all times
The directional arrows around the campus must be observed but please use common sense, if you are alone in a corridor it makes sense to take the quickest route to your destination but if the corridor is congested – don’t
- Make sure that you leave your desk clean and clear of all personal belongings
We are now operating a strict clear desk policy to allow our cleaning staff to do their job properly and quickly
- Wipe down your work area before and after use with the wipes available
- Teaching areas will be cleaned using a product which will stay on the surface for 30 days, this is the same product used on the London Underground. We will be cleaning on a more regular basis.
You can clean an area you have used with the wipes provided
- Do not rearrange furniture in teaching spaces, this has been laid out in measured spaces to allow for social distancing
- Ensure that students are aware of the protocols and guidance we have put in place
- Windows should be left open to allow ventilation
- Only one person can access the toilets at any point in time
- Marshals will knock on the door if a class appears to be over-running
- If you are concerned about the health of a colleague or student, please advise them to self-isolate and take a test
- Please be patient, everyone has a level of anxiety about this situation, and we all have a part to play in making this work