On this page, you’ll find documents and resources for managers to make sure your staff and your buildings are ready to reopen as safely as possible.
Report a case of coronavirus
Please let us know if you, a student, or a member of your team has symptoms or tests positive for coronavirus.
We aim to have fully reopened campus ahead of the next academic year - with around 25% of staff back on site working at any one time, in a safe and socially distanced way. Individual departments have a vital role to play in the process over the coming months. To support this, we have updated our resources for managers including updated guidance, resources, checklists and our new Campus Opening Guide.
Campus Opening Guide
Before each site opens, the Head of Department and the local leadership team must familiarise themselves with the Campus Opening Guide (UCL log in required), which will be provided by the Estates team. The guide explains the process of reopening our buildings step-by-step, sets out the roles and responsibilities of the teams involved, and has information about what our new working environment will look like to share with your team.
Checklists and risk assessments
- Visit UCL Safety Services' website for health and safety guidance during coronavirus
- Return to UCL - Checklist for Departments
- Health and Safety Induction - Before returning to campus all staff must complete the Return to UCL induction course on MyLearning. Associate staff or staff unable to access MyHR will need to have a role account set up. See the ISD page on how to ‘Request an account’.
- Covid-19 individual health assessment tool for managers
Policies and guidance to support staff
UCL has created a suite of materials to support departments when their staff return to campus. These include signage for the one-way system on campus; markers to show which desks can be used safely at a distance; and posters and leaflets to let your colleagues know what UCL is doing to keep them safe and how they can make a difference.
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 your own versions. You can choose which materials you need from the pdf files and purchase them from the suppliers we’ve listed, who will deliver them directly to your department.
The file below includes pull up banners, directional arrows, no exit and desk signs. These materials are available to order from Orbital Signs. Get in touch with John Wood at email@example.com or call 07887 575821. John can also arrange a survey of your buildings and recommend which signage you need to help people navigate the space safely.
Posters and building guide
Nine posters about keeping safe on campus, which can be printed at A4 or A3 size. These materials are available to order from Belmont Press. Get in touch with David Gowler at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01604 596506 / 07850 209254.
Short information videos for staff - follow the links to MediaCentral to pick up the codes to embed or share.
How UCL is keeping you safe
Access the video on MediaCentral
How you can stay safe on campus
Access the video on MediaCentral
We have also produced portrait and landscape images 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.