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A Guide for Students Returning to Campus

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A Guide for Students Returning to Campus ,Welcome to COVID-19 Health & Safety Awareness Training:,When you return to SLC your health and safety is our top priority.  Please pay attention to the signage outlining the guidelines and precautions we are taking to ensure everyone’s safety. For information and inquiries, please contact the Campus Health Centre at ext. 5521 or HealthCentreK@sl.on.ca, Telehealth Ontario, or your primary health care provider.,To ensure everyone’s health and safety please: ,Follow the established protocols Only come to campus if you are specifically required to (have been confirmed as having a class or needing to be there) Go directly to the designated point of entry:,are waiting for the results of a COVID-19 testhave COVID-19 symptomsare at risk of contracting COVID-19 ,Note: All employees and students are required to wear a mask while on campus in Kingston, Brockville, and Cornwall, including satellite offices. ,Kingston – E1 (main entrance) and E18 (Blue wing entrance located near the School of Trades & Skilled Trades and Tourism office) Brockville – E1 (main entrance) Cornwall – E1 (main entrance) ,Wear a mask while on campusStay home if you:,Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19:,Respiratory Etiquette,COVID-19Information,Proper Hand washing,Proper use of hand sanitizer,Wear a mask while on campusWash hands with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer for at least 20 secondsDon't touch your faceCough or sneeze into your elbow/arm or use a tissue (and promptly throw the tissue into a lined garbage container)Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces oftenStay home if you are sickStay 2 metres (6 feet) away from othersConsider virtual meetings whenever possibleLimit the number of people in a spaceFollow updated processes and procedures, including the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE),What happens if I think I have been exposed to COVID-19? ,If on College Placement ,If on Campus,If at Home ,The College has procedures in place to manage each of the identified situations, however, it is your responsibility to follow the steps outlined to reduce the possibility of spreading the virus. ,If you believe you are sick ,COVID Related Processes ,Those who study or work on campus must conduct symptom monitoring every day before coming to campus to prevent the spread of COVID-19. ,COVID-19 Symptom Monitoring Requirement  ,Entering Campus,Anyone who is feeling ill should not come to campus. ,SLC Safe App Pre-Screening Questionnaire ,Reminder: During the August Summer Pilot students who are required to return to campus have been contacted individually. If you have not been contacted, you will be working and studying remotely until further notice.,SLC Safe App ,COVID Attendance Tracking ,Student Conduct Agreement for COVID-19 ,Cleaning and Disinfecting ,Daily enhanced cleaning of common touchpoints such as door handles, elevator buttons, stair rails, etc. will be conducted following Public Health recommendations. Disinfecting wipes will be available in classrooms and labs to wipe down common touch surfaces, like computers and tabletops, before and after use. SLC has secured and installed hand sanitizer stations in key areas such as hallways, corridors, classrooms, academic labs, and customer service centres. ,Tools and Equipment ,It is recommended that you do not share tools or equipment with others unless it is necessary for the task. If shared, you must disinfect them after each use and before handing them over to another person. Disinfecting sprays and paper towels and wipes will be available. At the end of each learning session, wash your hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer for at least 20 seconds. ,Physical Distancing ,Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) from others Do not gather in groups and limit gatherings to 10 people or less  Stay out of crowded places and avoid mass gatherings  Avoid handshakes or hugs Follow directional signage, physical distancing signs, and markers posted throughout the college Wear a mask while on campus - this is mandatory,Physical Distancing Continued,Classrooms and Lab Spaces ,Common Areas ,Washrooms ,Water Fountains ,Meals and Dining Areas ,Elevators ,Examples of Signs on Campus,Floor Signs,Directional Signs,Examples of Signs on Campus,Information Signs,PPE Information ,The best way to stop the spread of COVID-19 is by staying home if you are sick, practicing physical distancing and continuing frequent hand washing.  ,NOTE: All employees and students are required to wear a mask while on campus in Kingston, Brockville, and Cornwall.   ,Please bring your own mask or face covering to campus. A mask will be provided to you if you forget to bring one. If Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required for your program, it will be provided for you. ,Accommodation Needs,Use of Non-Medical Masks or Face Coverings ,Non-medical masks or face covering should:  Fit securely to the head with ties or ear loops  If re-usable, maintain their shape after washing and drying multiple times  Be made of at least two layers of tightly woven material (such as cotton or linen)  Be large enough to completely and comfortably cover the nose and mouth without gaping  Be comfortable for the user, with the ability to breathe normally and without impeding other safety considerations (i.e. adequate vision, communication),How to properly use non-medical masks or coverings ,More Information ,PPE Continued,Gloves may be used as an additional measure but are not a substitute for proper hand hygiene. The Public Health Agency of Canada recommends the use of gloves when workers will be in direct contact with an ill person, or a contaminated object or environment and advises that washing your bare hands regularly with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand sanitizer offers better protection against COVID-19 than disposable gloves. Individuals are not required to wear gloves as part of general activity on campus. ,Goggles and face shields are not required to wear as part of general activity on campus. ,More Information ,Anyone can experience increased anxiety and/or mental health concerns at a time like this. You are encouraged to take care of yourself, or suggest supports for others who may be struggling. Stay active Get proper rest and sleep Seek support Experiencing feelings of some fear and anxiety is normal Know yourself Seek credible information ,Mental Health ,More Resources,Student Wellness and Accessibility Our Student Wellness and Accessibility team is here to help working collaboratively with students, faculty, and staff to provide access and support to students through a range of services. Visit our webpage for more details on our services. ,Campus Services ,Campus Services,Please visit our website for up to date information on campus services. ,Students Accessing Campus need to have: ,Completed this training (if you are reading this you have completed the training)Confirmed their acceptance of the Student Conduct Agreement for COVID-19Ensured the SLC Safe app is on their phone or device so they are prepared for the screening to access campus,Student Conduct Agreement for COVID-19 ,If you are looking for additional information on the topics covered in this training please visit the college website. Additional information and resources are included below:,Additional Information ,COVID-19 ,Social Stigma and Microaggression