19 – One of the key College values is Community. It is vital that everyone adopts the various steps and procedures that will be in place to minimise the likelihood of a person contracting the virus. Each person will need to encourage those around them to follow the procedures and sensitively remind someone whom they see has not, for example, used hand sanitiser, when it is to be used. In this way the College will be able to reduce the anxiety that a number of people will have: ‘I’m doing the right thing, but it seems a few others in the same lecture are not’.
20 – Community life will look rather different as people return to the College for Term 3 and for the foreseeable future. The elements making up the change include:
- Temperatures to be taken at beginning of day, with a ‘clearance’ sticker to be worn whilst at College that day
- Educational/reminder signage
- Signage on all doors advising limits of people
- Masks, sanitiser and information kits available
- Hand washing and hand sanitiser
- Masks and gloves
- Limiting areas accessed (or reverse)
- Extensive cleaning regime
- Wipes available in all areas, especially bathrooms
- Doors left open wherever possible
- Sign in/out sheets collected and maintained for 28 days
- Changes to type of lunches served and location of consumption and these protocols will be adhered to
21 – If a member of staff does not follow these steps and related procedures then the Operations Manager and WHS Officer have the due authority to apply a form of sanction including banning them from coming into College. Students will be referred to the Dean of Students or the Dean of Women Students for them to consider a form of sanction including banning them from coming into College.