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All instruction continues to be delivered virtually throughout winter quarter, aside from five programs that are approved for in-person instruction: Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Emergency Medical Services, Veterinary Technology and Intensive English Program (IEP).

Health Check Form

All persons must complete and submit the online Health Check Form each day, prior to arrival on campus.

Health Check Form

You must also follow the steps below, depending on what type of campus access you need. Expand each category with the + icon for more information.

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One-Time Individual Access

For employees who need to drop something off, pick something up, or work at the campus for no longer than one day on an infrequent, non-ongoing basis.

  1. Request approval from your department director or dean.
  2. If approved, your director or dean will email campus safety and their vice president informing them of when and where you will be on campus.
  3. Complete the Health Check Form right before coming on to campus.
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Access for Instruction and Ongoing Activities

For departments that wish to move to on-site operations; employees who wish to come to campus on a routine basis; or activities or events involving two or more people on campus.

  1. Request approval from your department director or dean.
  2. Submit the Safety Plan.
  3. If approved, you will be sent an access form that will verify the availability of space on campus, helping to ensure social distancing compliance.
  4. Complete the Health Check Form right before coming on to campus.

If you come to campus and find you are in close contact with others, contact your supervisor or Linda Gulbransen to assist you with a space in which you can work.

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Visitors

For visitors, including vendors coming to campus for a short, specific purpose, such as dropping off supplies.

  1. Coordinate with your campus point of contact who will notify Campus Safety.
  2. Complete the Health Check Form right before coming on to campus.
    Note: Vendors not entering the building do not have to fill out this form.

 

 

Additional Information

Anyone who comes to campus for any reason must wear a mask, and follow social distancing protocol by maintaining a minimum 6 foot distance from others.

We will initiate contact tracing protocols should we receive reports of positive cases and exposures on campus. We will then notify affected persons who have been on campus through our online symptoms screening reporting process.

State safety regulations require us to provide a way for you to report a complaint or violation of these procedures. These complaints will be investigated by Pierce College personnel.

Please refer to our COVID-19 Exposure Control, Mitigation, and Recovery Plan (CECMR) for more details.

If you have questions concerning any of the above or think you may have been exposed on campus, you can contact District Safety and Health Specialist Jose Nieves at jnieves@pierce.ctc.edu.