- ☐ If you are sick, you must stay home and notify Jens/COVID-19 officer.
- ☐ If the work can be done remotely, do it remotely
- ☐ Before coming to work, experimenters must reserve their workspace using this form: https://www.npl.washington.edu/cenpa/reserve/labspace
- ☐ Before coming to the lab each day, each person must self-attest to their health in Workday: https://wd5.myworkday.com/uw/login.htmld
- ☐ Wear PPE (face mask and gloves) when entering CENPA
- ☐ PPE must be worn in the lab or in common areas including hallways, restrooms, or machine shops.
- ☐ Maintain 6 feet distancing from others
- ☐ Before entering Room 101, all entrants must sign in to the form posted on the exterior door of the lab
- ☐ All personnel must disinfect door handles when entering/exiting the lab
- ☐ All personnel must disinfect worksurfaces (computer desk, touch points) upon entry and exit.
- ☐ Disinfect tools before and after each use.
The COVID Commandments
PI: Jens Gundlach. COVID-19 officer: Charlie Hagedorn
- In addition to the requirements stated here, all lab personnel must adhere to the Physics Research Recovery Plan, posted at https://phys.washington.edu/safety, containing specific PPE and decontaminantion guidelines and giving further resources.
- All on-site work must use the minimum-possible number of personnel.
- Coming to the lab is voluntary -- no personnel are required to come to the lab.
- If you are sick, you must stay home and notify Jens/COVID-19 officer. -- If Covid-19 is suspected in any personnel, Jens will contact Larry Yaffe and all CENPA researchers.
- PI will provide training in procedures for all on-site personnel, documenting date and attendees as with other required trainings. -- Training will be carried out over Zoom, and documented with our lab-specific SOP training.
- Jens/COVID-19 officer will hold weekly virtual group meetings to review schedules, coordinate, and remind personnel about hygiene and safety procedures.
- Before allowing visitors to visit the lab, they must get permission from Jens and the COVID-19 officer. Their visits must be tracked by both online-reservation and sign-in on the laboratory door.