Currently under revision for Fall 2021

Presentation: Information Forum for supervisors returning to on-site work

Supervisor Return to Onsite Work Readiness Resources

The guidance below highlights key elements of the OSU Resumption Plan guidance and is intended to help supervisors prepare for return to onsite work within their teams.

This guidance is in addition to the complementary Employee Checklist.

  • I have read the OSU Resumption Plan, OSU’s policy on face coverings and OSU’s policy on physical distancing.
  • I have reviewed Oregon Health Authority General Guidance for Employers.
  • I understand my college or unit’s approach to onsite work resumption and have assessed required needs for onsite work for modified operations starting July 14.
  • Working with my unit leaders, I have created a gradual return to onsite work plan, considering multiple options for lower density office occupancy, such as staggered schedules, phased-in return plans or alternating teams.
  • I am allowing those employees who are able to effectively work remotely to continue to do so.
  • I have confirmed individual arrangements for onsite work starting with modified operations July 14.
  • I am conducting meetings virtually when at all possible even if all attendees are onsite.
  • I have encouraged employees to utilize the Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidance on travel to inform employee decisions about their personal travel.
  • I am aware of the symptoms of COVID-19 and have a plan in place to make sure employees who are ill remain at home.
  • I have prepared the physical environment at the worksite to to allow for at least 6 feet between workstations and have installed screening in areas where workers must face one another or where 6 feet of physical distancing cannot be maintained.
  • I have ensured that appropriate Building Managers are aware of employees in my unit who are returning to onsite work.
  • I am aware of my departmental facility and cleaning procedures during COVID-19 and know how to report any concerns to facility and cleaning staff supervisors.
  • I have communicated with employees about the expectation that they regularly clean their individual workspaces as well as in between shifts when workspaces are shared.
  • I am aware of specific building access, cleaning and security needs based on requirements of our operation.
  • I know who to consult within my college/unit regarding questions on any of the above.

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