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Resources for managers

On this page, you’ll find documents and resources for managers to make sure campus is as safe as possible

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Remember, you must stay at home, inform your line manager and use the UCL Connect to Protect reporting tool if: you think you may have coronavirus; you have tested positive for the virus; you are waiting for the results of a coronavirus test; you need to self-isolate.

Report or manage a potential case

Guidance, policies, checklists and risk assessments for working on campus

We will share any updates to this guidance will be shared through the weekly Coronavirus Update or Leadership Briefing when available.

Guidance, checklists and risk assessments

Policies and guidance to support staff

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Signage, posters and digital materials

To help everyone follow the latest coronavirus guidance and keep our community as safe as possible, we have developed an updated our suite of resources to be used in all campus spaces and buildings, and shared online. The resources in the new catalogue reflect recent changes to Government guidance and the latest advice from our own public health experts.

To help people recognise the campaign wherever it appears on campus and make sure our messages have the most impact, it's important that you use the designs below rather than creating In order to avoid incurring potential additional costs due to damaged surfaces, we strongly recommend that departments work with UCL’s recommended suppliers to remove any posters or vinyl signs rather than trying to remove them independently. You can choose which materials you need from the pdf catalogue and purchase them from the suppliers we’ve listed, who will deliver them directly to your department.


Instructional signage, posters and banners

In order to avoid incurring potential additional costs due to damaged surfaces, we strongly recommend that departments work with UCL’s recommended suppliers to remove any posters or vinyl signs rather than trying to remove them independently. 

The catalogue below includes an overview of pull up banners, instructional signage, and posters about keeping safe on campus and testing which can be printed at A4 or A3 size.

These materials are available to order from Belmont Press and Orbital Signs:

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Digital screens

Portrait and landscape images are available to fit standard UCL digital screens. These will be added automatically to all centrally managed screens. Please download these files if you wish to add them to any additional screens.  

These can be accessed through a shared folder on OneDrive. Updates include:

  • Main Keeping Safe on Campus screen with updated key guidance
  • Updated Face Coverings guidance
  • New ‘Please be considerate’ screen to replace previous messaging round social distancing
  • Three updated testing and reporting screens: Regular testing, Surge testing and Connect to Protect
  • New key messages screen for libraries

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Social media

Graphics

Graphics are available to use on social media platforms.

Please note there is no call to action or link to further information in the graphics so please use the suggested copy and links provided in the guidance document.

These can be accessed through a shared folder on OneDrive.

Short video snippets

Shorter versions of the Keeping Safe on campus videos are available to use on social media platforms. 

Please use the suggested copy and links provided in the guidance document.

These can be accessed through a shared folder on OneDrive.

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Videos

Follow the links to MediaCentral to pick up the codes to embed or share.

Keeping safe on campus
 

What to expect on campus: What UCL is doing to keep campus safe, and the guidance staff and students need to follow

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'Swiss cheese' can protect us against COVID-19: A multi-layered approach is most effective in preventing the spread

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The science behind why you should self-isolate if you have coronavirus, Professor Anne Johnson

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Professor Ivan Parkin (Dean, Mathematical and Physical Sciences) explains some of the science behind face mask wearing

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Testing and reporting

Getting tested for COVID-19 and reporting your results through Connect to Protect

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Getting an LFT at UCL with Carol Paige, Democracy, Operations and Community Officer from Students’ Union UCL.

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Vaccines

We asked Claire Elliott, GP at Ridgemount Practice and UCL public health experts Professor Ibrahim Abubakar (Professor of Infectious Disease Epidemiology) and Professor Robert Aldridge (Professor of Public Health Data Science) some questions about how the COVID-19 vaccines work and how we know they're safe

How the COVID-19 vaccines work

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How we know the COVID-19 vaccines are safe

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Videos for students

How to get vaccinated against COVID-19, access healthcare, and find support at UCL

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PowerPoint 

Summary of guidance for teaching sessions

We have condensed the key guidance for students into one slide to be used at the beginning of teaching sessions. 

UK Government and NHS resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Centre

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Centre has a wide range of printed and digital campaign materials.

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