Face masks or coverings will be required at all retail dining operations, and customers will be asked to comply with
floor markings/stickers to ensure proper social distancing. In addition, all retail dining operations are mostly
touch-free for customers. Once payment has been made, please practice social distancing while waiting to pick up
order. When picking up food or beverages, please make certain to touch only your own items. Seating in all campus
areas has been reduced to comply with appropriate state and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
All patrons visiting the CMU Bookstore, located in the Bovee University Center, are required to wear a face mask or
covering. Follow directional signage, and stand on decals signifying 6 feet of distance from the person in front and
behind while in line. Store capacity is reduced, per state of Michigan and CDC guidelines.
To maintain social distancing, it is recommended to have only one person per CMU vehicle. If more than one person is
required to travel in a CMU vehicle to complete assigned work, the following conditions must be met with supervisor
CMU building coordinators serve as a communication link and liaison between Facilities Management and other CMU
departments for faculty, staff and students in their respective buildings.
The building coordinator is the primary contact person for communicating maintenance, building emergencies, cleaning
custodial services, and moving and delivery. They also can guide building occupants to the latest CMU COVID-19
assist in providing cleaning supplies and communicate requests for additional support related to COVID-19.
To find your building coordinator, please visit the facilities operations list
of building coordinators.
Common areas are cleaned daily by custodial staff, with enhanced cleaning and disinfection of touch points based on
guidance. Cleaning supplies may be signed out and returned to the building coordinator
for areas requiring additional
cleaning. Cleaning supplies are available in each classroom for faculty and students who choose to clean their
and desks between classes.
The Office of Laboratory and Field Safety has developed guidelines that can be found on the Office of Research and
Graduate Studies website for cleaning and disinfecting laboratories and studio spaces.
Hand-sanitizer stations are available at main building entrances and outside classrooms.
Per CDC guidelines, routine cleaning and disinfecting are an important part of reducing the risk of exposure to COVID-19. Normal routine cleaning can reduce risk of exposure and is a necessary step before disinfecting surfaces.
CMU custodial staff routinely clean workspaces, classrooms and public spaces. Additionally, surfaces frequently touched by multiple people, such as door handles, handrails, light switches and faucets, will be cleaned and disinfected more frequently.
The CDC also recommends individuals wipe down all living, studying, working and eating areas before you leave any room in which you have been working or eating. This includes a private workspace or any shared-space location or equipment (for example, computers, audiovisual and other electrical equipment, copiers, desks and tables, chair arms, light switches, doorknobs, handles, etc.). To the best of your ability, you should clear desk and table surfaces in personal offices and workstations to aid in thorough cleaning. Using a hand sanitizer also is effective after contact with commonly used surfaces.
Practice social distancing when using an elevator. Limit the number of people in the elevator, and wear a mask or face covering. When you exit the elevator, wash your hands or use hand sanitizer. CMU custodians will wipe down elevator buttons frequently throughout the day.
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