Phase 2 Exposure Control, Mitigation, and Recovery Plan (“Reentry Plan”)

Walla Walla Community College

General Requirements for Phase 2

In accordance with the Phase 2 Higher Education & Workforce Training COVID-19 Requirements from the Governor of the State of Washington, the following Phase 2 Reentry Plan was developed by the WWCC Reentry Planning Task Force.

 

Governor’s Phase 2 General Requirements

 

Phase 2: All non-lecture based Higher Education and Workforce Training is now allowed.

All non-lecture based higher education and workforce training, including those activities for which physical distancing may not be maintained, is authorized to resume. Adherence to the health and safety points below will be strictly enforced. Workforce training includes schools licensed by the Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board (Workforce Board) and the Department of Licensing (DOL).

Prior to recommencing higher education and workforce training programs, all schools are required to develop a comprehensive, Phase 2 COVID-19 exposure control, mitigation, and recovery plan. Higher education institutions and workforce training providers remain strongly encouraged to continue remote learning as much as possible to limit in-person interactions. The plan must include policies regarding the following control measures: PPE utilization; on-site physical distancing; hygiene; sanitation; symptom monitoring; incident reporting; site decontamination procedures; COVID-19 safety training; exposure response procedures; and a post-exposure incident project-wide recovery plan. Schools under the Workforce Board’s jurisdiction must also submit a signed attestation.

A copy of the COVID-19 exposure control, mitigation, and recovery plan must be available at each location during any activities, and available for inspection by state and local authorities. Employees and students must be trained on the safety protocols listed below before activities begin. Failure to meet planning and training requirements could result in sanctions, including work and instructional activities being shut down.

All businesses have a general obligation to keep a safe and healthy worksite in accordance with state and federal law and safety and health rules for a variety of workplace hazards. In addition, they must comply with the following COVID-19 worksite-specific safety practices as outlined in the Governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” Proclamation 20-25, and in accordance with L&I General Requirements and Prevention Ideas for Workplaces and the Washington State Department of Health Workplace and Employer Resources & Recommendations.

All programs must specifically ensure operations follow the main L&I COVID-19 requirements to protect employees and students, including:

  • Educate employers and students in the language they understand best about coronavirus, how to prevent transmission, and the provider’s COVID-19 policies.
  • Maintain minimum six-foot separation between all employees (and students) in all interactions at all times. When strict physical distancing is not feasible for a specific activity, other prevention measures are required, such as use of barriers, minimize employees and students in narrow or enclosed areas, stagger breaks, and deliver programs in shifts or cohorts.
  • Provide (at no cost to employees) and require the wearing of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves, goggles, face shields, and face masks as appropriate or required to employees and students for the activity being performed. Facial coverings must be worn by every employee, instructor, and student not working alone (with no chance of human interaction) at the location, and by all patients and clients except for those receiving dental or esthetician services, unless their exposure dictates a higher level of protection under Department of Labor & Industries safety and health rules and guidance. Refer to Coronavirus Facial Covering and Mask Requirements for additional details. A cloth facial covering is described in the Department of Health guidance.
  • Ensure frequent and adequate hand washing with adequate maintenance of supplies. Use disposable gloves where safe and applicable to prevent transmission on tools or other shared items.
  • Establish a housekeeping schedule that includes frequent cleaning and sanitizing with a particular emphasis on commonly touched surfaces.
  • Screen employees/students/patients/clients for signs/symptoms of COVID-19 at start of each class.
  • Make sure sick employees/students stay home or immediately go home if they feel or appear sick.
  • Cordon off any areas where an employee/student with probable or confirmed COVID-19 illness worked, touched surfaces, etc. until the area and equipment is cleaned and sanitized.
  • Follow the cleaning guidelines set by the CDC to deep clean and sanitize.

 

Additional Employee Provisions

  • An employee may refuse to perform unsafe work, including hazards created by COVID-19. It is unlawful for their employer to take adverse action against a worker who has engaged in safety-protected activities under the law if their work refusal meets certain requirements.
  • Employees who choose to remove themselves from a location because they do not believe it is safe to work due to the risk of COVID-19 exposure may have access to certain leave or unemployment benefits. Employers must provide high-risk individuals covered by Proclamation 20-46 with their choice of access to available employer-granted accrued leave or unemployment benefits if an alternative work arrangement is not feasible. Other employees may have access to expanded family and medical leave included in the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, unemployment benefits, or other paid time off depending on the circumstances. Additional information is available at Novel Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19) Resources and Paid Leave under the WA Family Care Act and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.

 

WWCC Implementation of Phase 2 General Requirements

  • The WWCC Phase 2 Reentry Plan will be posted at each location where instructional activity occurs during this phase of the Governor’s plan for reopening Washington. All non-lecture based higher education and workforce training, including those activities for which physical distancing may not be maintained, is authorized to resume. Adherence to the health and safety points below will be strictly enforced.
  • All WWCC approved programs will post at each building entrance written notice of the Phase 2 instructional activities occurring at that location. This notice will include a signed commitment to adhere to the requirements listed in this document (Appendices A and B).
  • Failure of any employee or student to comply with all aspects of this Phase 2 Reentry Plan will result in them being sent home.

 

COVID-19 Site Supervisor

 

Governor’s Phase 2 Site Supervisor Requirement

COVID-19 Site Supervisor

  1. A site-specific COVID-19 Supervisor shall be designated by the program at every location to monitor the health of employees/students and enforce the COVID-19 location safety plan. They must keep the plan current with changes to COVID-19 guidelines. A designated COVID-19 Supervisor must be available at all times during work and class activities.

 

WWCC Implementation of Phase 2 Site Supervisor Requirements

 

COVID-19 Site Supervisor/Chain of Command:

  • President Dr. Chad Hickox has designated Jacquelyn Meier, Director of Security & Environmental Health and Safety, as the COVID-19 WWCC Supervisor who will monitor and enforce the overall implementation of the WWCC Phase 2 Reentry Plan
  • COVID-19 Program Supervisors will be designated for each authorized program. In most instances, this is a Dean or Director level position. The name and contact information of the Program Supervisor is identified in the individual program addendums to this document
  • COVID-19 Site Supervisors will be appointed as necessary, typically a supervising instructor at a location, are identified in the individual program addendums.
    • Each COVID-19 Site Supervisor will monitor the health of employees and students and enforce these COVID-19 safety plans and Governor’s requirements
    • Each COVID-19 Site Supervisor will be available at all times while their program is operating on campus
    • COVID-19 Site Supervisors shall direct concerns, needs, or questions to the Program Supervisor who will then communicate with COVID-19 WWCC Supervisor for final resolution

 

 

 

COVID-19 Safety Training

 

Governor’s Phase 2 Safety Training Requirements

  1. A safety training must be conducted on all locations on the first day of returning to work/class, and weekly thereafter, to explain the protective measures in place for all employees and students. Physical distancing must be maintained at all gatherings.
  2. Attendance will be communicated verbally, and the trainer will sign in each attendee.

 

WWCC Implementation of Phase 2 Safety Training Requirements

 

Safety Training for On-Site Employees and Students:

  • Employees and students will either complete an online safety training prior to the first day of on-site work/instruction or will complete an in-person safety training during the first day of work/class that occurs on site; the supervisors or instructor(s) will provide a weekly training update throughout the duration of on-site instruction; on-site employees will also receive a weekly training update throughout Phase 2.
    • The training videos are specifically oriented to either employees or students(Appendix C)
    • Physical distancing of 6-feet and appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) will be followed during all in-person trainings
    • COVID-19 Program Supervisors will keep a log verifying the completion of all required trainings by employees and students
  • A list of COVID-19 safety requirements will be posted in all locations where instruction or work will be conducted ( https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention-H.pdf )

 

Recording Attendance:


 

Physical Distancing

 

Governor’s Phase 2 Physical Distancing Requirements

 

  1. Physical distancing of at least 6-feet of separation must be maintained by every person at the location at all possible times. In instances where the 6-feet separation cannot be maintained, the COVID-19 exposure control, mitigation, and recovery plan shall be thoroughly reviewed by all employees/students performing those activities prior to commencing and appropriate PPE and other controls must be implemented.
  2. Gatherings of any size must be precluded by taking breaks, performing lab-type activities, and lunch in shifts. Any time two or more persons must meet, ensure minimum 6-feet of separation.
  3. Identify “choke points” and “high-risk areas” on job sites where workers typically congregate and control them so physical distancing is always maintained. Consider relocating from small classrooms into larger rooms to accommodate more room for physical distancing when at all possible.
  4. Minimize interactions during class activities; ensure minimum 6-foot separation when at all possible by furniture placement, physical barriers, and/or demarking floors with tape. Limit the number of students based on class size and activities to allow for 6-foot separation.
  5. To the extent practical, allow only one group/class at a time at the same location/lab/classroom.

 

WWCC Implementation of Phase 2 Physical Distancing Requirements

 

Informing Employees and Students of Physical Distancing:

  • Employees and students are informed of the physical distancing requirement in the following ways:
    • The WWCC Phase 2 Reentry Plan will be available at all locations where work or instruction takes place during this phase
    • Program-Specific Addendums will be posted at each location with specific measures taken to ensure required physical distancing
    • Employees and students are required to complete their respective Safety Training online prior to coming to campus
    • Instructor or work supervisor will review online safety training on Day 1 of class/work
    • Weekly updates or reinforcements of safety training will occur
    • Signage of distancing and safety measure will be posted at each location

Preventing Gatherings of Employees and Students and Maintaining 6-Feet Physical Distancing:

  • Gatherings of any size will be monitored by the COVID-19 Site or Program Supervisor so that physical distancing protocols are continually enforced

Identified “Choke” Points and High-Risk Areas for Congregations:

  • The COVID-19 Site Supervisor will identify and ensure that “Choke Points” and “High Risk Areas” will be cordoned off or monitored to maintain social distancing; only one person at a time will be allowed in these areas. At WWCC, the “Choke Points” include restrooms and employees and students will only be allowed to use these one at a time. Other Choke Points that are program specific may be employee/student entry/exit areas, vending machines, and check-in lines

Steps Taken to Minimize Interactions During Class Activities and Ensure 6-Feet Physical Distancing:

  • The COVID-19 Site Supervisor will ensure that all instructional and workspaces are set up to provide at least a six-foot distance between all students, instructors, and employees
  • Individual worktables, workstations or equipment will be spaced at least six feet apart to minimize interactions; class sizes will be limited to ensure social distancing is maintained; scheduling employee on site activity will be very limited and approved only when off site work is not feasible
  • Approval for individual based learning/one-on-one classes must include an effective plan for an equivalent means of physical distancing through elements such as physical barriers, ventilation, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and health monitoring

Scheduling of Students to Minimize Interactions:

  • Only one class of students will be allowed in the instructional areas during designated class time, and a six-foot separation will be maintained
  • Any authorized employees working on site will be scheduled in a way to eliminate or minimize interactions with other employees; especially among different departments/offices

 

 

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

 

Governor’s Phase 2 PPE Requirements

  1. Provide (at no cost to employees) and require the wearing of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves, goggles, face shields, and face masks as appropriate or required to employees and students for the activity being performed. While not a worker safety requirement, appropriate PPE should also be made available at no cost to students. Facial coverings must be worn by every employee, instructor, and student not working alone (with no chance of human interaction) at the location, and by all patients and clients except for those receiving dental or esthetician services, unless their exposure dictates a higher level of protection under Department of Labor & Industries safety and health rules and guidance. Refer to Coronavirus Facial Covering and Mask Requirements for additional details. A cloth facial covering is described in the Department of Health guidance.
  2. If appropriate PPE cannot be provided by the school, the activity is not authorized to commence, recommence, or the site must be shut down.

WWCC Implementation of Phase 2 PPE Requirements

PPE Appropriate for Activities > 6-Feet Physical Distancing:

  • Facial coverings must be worn by every employee, instructor, and student not working alone (with no chance of human interaction) at the location unless medically excused
  • Each employee and student will be provided, at no cost, personal protective equipment (PPE) such as face coverings, masks, face shields, goggles or protective eyewear, gloves, gown or barriers as appropriate/required for the activity being performed
  • Employees and students will be encouraged to bring an appropriate face covering of their own. If they do not have a face covering, one will be provided by the college or program.
  • The COVID-19 Site Supervisor will monitor to assure that face coverings are worn at all times by every student and authorized employee at the location in accordance with Washington Department of Health guidelines, or as required by Washington Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) safety rules
  • All activities will be ended, and employees and students sent home if required PPE cannot be provided or is not being used
  • If an employee or student refuses to wear the appropriate/required PPE, they will be sent home

PPE Appropriate for Activities < 6-Feet Physical Distancing:

  • All provisions listed directly above under the “Activities > 6-Feet Physical Distancing” section continue to apply (unless conflicting with the following bullets)
  • Each program of instruction will identify in their program-specific addendum to this document those specific instructional activities that require an instructor and student, student and student, or client and student, to be closer than 6-feet physical distancing
  • In accordance with Washington state Department of Labor & Industry’s publication “Which Mask for Which Task?” https://www.lni.wa.gov/forms-publications/F414-168-000.pdf , COVID-19 Program Supervisors will identify the level of risk (negligible, low, medium, high, extremely high) of the activity requiring physical distancing closer than 6-feet and will provide an appropriate mask to be worn. These masks will be provided to students by the instructional program.
  • For those program-specific activities that require an instructor/student, student/student, or student/client, to be within the 6-feet physical distancing, these activities will be clearly identified and specific PPE which may include masks, face shields, goggles, gowns, plexiglass or other barrier, will be clearly identified to ensure additional protection for employees, students and clients


 

Sanitization and Cleanliness

 

Governor’s Phase 2 Sanitization and Cleanliness Requirements

  1. Soap and running water shall be abundantly provided at all locations for frequent handwashing.
  2. Employees and students should be encouraged to leave their workstations to wash their hands regularly, before and after going to the bathroom, before and after eating and after coughing, sneezing, or blowing their nose.
  3. When running water is not available, portable washing stations, with soap, are required. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers with greater than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol can also be used but are not a replacement for the water requirement.
  4. Post, in areas visible to all workers, required hygienic practices, including not to touch face with unwashed hands or with gloves; washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol; cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces such as workstations, keyboards, telephones, handrails, machines, shared tools, elevator control buttons, and doorknobs; covering the mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing as well as other hygienic recommendations by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
  5. Make disinfectants available to workers throughout the worksite and ensure cleaning supplies are frequently replenished.
  6. Frequently clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces at locations and in offices, such as shared tools, machines, vehicles and other equipment, handrails, doorknobs, and restrooms. If these areas cannot be cleaned and disinfected frequently, the locations shall be shut down until such measures can be achieved and maintained.
  7. Shared tools and other equipment must be wipe sanitized between users.
  8. If an employee reports feeling sick and goes home, the area where that person worked should be immediately disinfected.

 

 

WWCC Implementation of Phase 2 Sanitization and Cleanliness Requirements

Handwashing with Soap and Running Water:

  • Soap and running water will be provided at all locations for frequent handwashing
  • Employees and students are encouraged to leave their workstations to wash their hands regularly and/or to use alcohol-based hand sanitizers frequently
    • Employees and students must wash their hands before and after going to the bathroom, before and after eating, and after coughing, sneezing, or blowing their nose
    • Employees and students are encouraged to leave their workstations to wash their hands regularly and/or to use alcohol-based hand sanitizers frequently
    • Employees and students must wash their hands before and after going to the bathroom, before and after eating, and after coughing, sneezing, or blowing their nose

Use of Hand Sanitizer:

  • WWCC will provide alcohol-based hand sanitizers inside each instructional area for easy access and sanitizers will contain greater than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol; these are not a replacement for the soap and water requirements listed above

Signage for Proper Hygiene:

  • Signage will be posted with instructions on when and how to properly wash hands

https://kingcounty.gov/depts/health/covid-19/care/~/media/depts/health/communicable-diseases/documents/C19/protect-yourself-coworkers-from-covid-19.ashx

Cleaning and Disinfecting of Worksite and High Touch Surfaces/Tools/Equipment:

  • All required hygienic practices as recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention-H.pdf will be posted including:
    • Do not touch face with unwashed hands or with gloves
    • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
    • Use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
    • Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces such as workstations, telephones, handrails, machines, shared tools, elevator control buttons, and doorknobs
    • Covering the mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing as well as other hygienic recommendations by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • Disinfectants and sanitizers, with proper application tools and information on their proper usage, will always be available
  • Employees and students will be trained, expectations given, and documentation kept, to ensure all high-touch surfaces (such as tables, door handles, etc.), including shared use tools/training equipment and a person’s workstation, will be cleaned, sanitized and disinfected according to CDC recommendations
  • Appropriate use of PPE will be monitored by the COVID-19 Site Supervisor at all times, including during clean-up activities
  • WWCC custodial staff will ensure each location is properly cleaned and disinfected prior to the start and at the end of each class period

Disinfecting an Area of an Employee or Student Who Feels Sick and Goes Home:

  • Any person showing any signs of illness or expressing a concern about feeling ill will be sent home immediately and their station/area will be immediately and thoroughly disinfected
  • The COVID-19 WWCC Supervisor (Jaquelyn Meier) will be notified of the illness to determine if this could indicate a possible COVID-19 exposure

 

Student and Employee Health/Symptoms

 

Governor’s Phase 2 Student and Employee Health/Symptoms Requirements

  1. Create policies which encourage workers to stay home or leave the worksite when feeling sick or when they have been in close contact with a confirmed positive case. If they develop symptoms of acute respiratory illness, they must seek medical attention and inform their employer.
  2. Have employees/students inform their supervisors if they have sick family member at home with COVID-19. If an employee/student has a family member sick with COVID-19, that employee/student must follow the isolation/quarantine requirements as established by the State Department of Health.
  3. Screen all employees/students at the beginning of their day by asking them if they have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle aches, or new loss of taste or smell.
  4. Ask employees/students to take their temperature at home prior to arriving at work/school or take their temperature when they arrive. Thermometers used at the school must be ‘no touch’ or ‘no contact’ to the greatest extent possible. If a ‘no touch’ or ‘no contact’ thermometer is not available, the thermometer must be properly sanitized between each use. Any employee/student with a temperature of 100.4°F or higher is considered to have a fever and must be sent home.
  5. Instruct employees/students to report to their supervisor/instructor if they develop symptoms of COVID-19 (e.g., fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle aches, or new loss of taste or smell). If symptoms develop during a shift, the employee/student should be immediately sent home. If symptoms develop while the employee/student is not working, the employee/student should not return to work/class until they have been evaluated by a healthcare provider.
  6. Failure of employees/students to comply will result in employees/students being sent home during the emergency actions, for example if an employee/student refuses to wear the appropriate facial covering except where medically excused.
  7. Any employee/student coming to work/class on a location in Washington from any state that is not contiguous to Washington must self-quarantine for 14 days to become eligible to work or attend class in Washington.
  8. If an employee/student is confirmed to have COVID-19 infection, employers/program providers should inform fellow employees/students of their possible exposure to COVID-19 in the workplace but maintain confidentiality as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The employer should instruct fellow employees about how to proceed based on the CDC Public Health Recommendations for Community-Related Exposure.

 

WWCC Implementation of Phase 2 Employee/Student Health/Symptoms Requirements

Stay Home When Sick or If a Family Member is Sick:

  • Employees and students will be advised to stay home or leave the location if they are feeling sick or have been in close contact with a confirmed, positive case, and will also be told to seek medical attention and inform the COVID-19 Site Supervisor if they develop any of the COVID-19 symptoms
  • Employees and students must notify the COVID-19 Site Supervisor if they have a sick family member at home with Covid-19 and they must follow the isolation/quarantine requirements established by the Washington State Department of Health

Employee and Student Screening:

  • The COVID-19 Site Supervisor for an instructional area will use the “COVID-19 Daily Log”(Appendix D) to log every employee and student present at the start of each class period and COVID-19 Site Supervisors of employees will use the electronic “Covid-19 Daily Log for Employees” (Appendix E) to log every employee present at the start of their workday; the screening process includes taking their temperature and asking them if they have respiratory problems, fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle aches, or new loss of taste or smell
    • No Touch–No Contact thermometers will be used
    • If a student’s or employee’s temperature reaches 100.4°F or higher they will be sent home
  • These screenings will take place prior to each class period or an employee’s workday

Send Employees or Students Home If Not Wearing a Face Covering:

  • Facial coverings must be worn by every employee, instructor, and student not working alone (with no chance of human interaction) at the location, unless medically excused
  • If an employee or student refuses to wear the appropriate/required PPE, they will be sent home
  • If employee or student is medically excused from wearing a face covering as required, the issue will be reviewed by WWCC Human Resources (employee) or by the COVID-19 Program Supervisor (student) to determine the best approach to dealing with this issue; prompt notification to Jacquelyn Meier of any excused employees or students is requested

Employee or Student Self Quarantine:

  • Prior to starting or returning to work on-site at WWCC, employees will be asked if they are coming from any state other than Washington, Idaho, or Oregon. If so, they must self-quarantine for 14 days to become eligible to work on-site in Washington
  • Prior to on-site instruction beginning, students will be asked if they are coming from any state other than Washington, Idaho, or Oregon. If so, they must self-quarantine for 14 days prior to being eligible to attend on-site classes in Washington
  • Employees or students affected by this will be required to sign an attestation that they have self-quarantined for 14 days prior to on-site work/instruction (Appendix H)

Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19 Employee or Student; Notifying Others of Exposure:

  • If an employee or student develops COVID-19 symptoms (respiratory problems, fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle aches, or new loss of taste or smell) during class or their shift they will be sent home immediately; the COVID-19 Site Supervisor will immediately relay this status to the COVID-19 WWCC Supervisor (Jacquelyn Meier) who will communicate with the administration and custodial staff as appropriate
  • If an employee or student develops COVID-19 symptoms (respiratory problems, fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle aches, or new loss of taste or smell) while away from campus they will be asked not to return until they have been evaluated by a health care provider; the COVID-19 Site Supervisor will immediately relay this status to the COVID-19 WWCC Supervisor; the COVID-19 Site Supervisor or Dean may use the “Email Response Template for Faculty/Program Supervisor” (Appendix F) to respond to a student’s report
  • All persons will be provided the following contact number to notify if they test positive for COVID-19 to establish a contact trace: 509-524-2647 (Walla Walla Department of Health); 509-243-3344 (Asotin County Health Department)
  • If an employee or student is confirmed to have COVID-19, WWCC will inform fellow employees/students of their possible exposure to COVID-19 on campus while maintaining confidentiality as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); WWCC will provide fellow employees and students with information about how to proceed based on the CDC Public Health Recommendations for Community-Related Exposure

 

 

Location Visitors

 

Governor’s Phase 2 Location Visitors Requirement

  1. A daily class attendance log of all employees, students, and visitors must be kept and retained for at least four weeks. The log must include the name, phone number, and email address of all employees, students, and visitors. Visitors are strongly discouraged.

 

WWCC Implementation of Phase 2 Location Visitors Requirements

Location Visitors:

  • WWCC will not permit any visitors to instructional locations other than authorized employees (COVID-19 Site or Program Supervisor/course instructor(s) for the specific class using the space, safety and security staff, custodial and maintenance staff, and technology services staff) and students registered in the class using the space; documentation of these persons will be kept on file for at least four weeks, including name, phone number, email address and all related COVID-19 information requirements
    • Deliveries of supplies, etc., will be received by the instructor(s) outside (exterior to the instruction locations) and relocated into the proper location by the instructor(s); documentation will include the name and phone number of both the delivery company and the driver which will be recorded and kept on file for at least four weeks
    • Architects, contractors, inspectors, etc., requiring access to any campus facility will be screened and logged by a COVID-19 Site or Program Supervisor using the same process outlined for students, including usage of the “COVID-19 Daily Log” face coverings will be required; the name, email address and phone number of each visitor will be recorded and kept on file for at least four weeks

 

No location or activities may operate until the program can meet and maintain all requirements, including providing materials, schedules, and equipment required to comply.

 

Additional Information and Resources from the Governor’s Office

These Phase 2 COVID-19 location safety practices are required as long as Gubernatorial Proclamation 20-25, or any amendment or extension thereof, is in effect or if adopted as rules by a federal, state, or local regulatory agency. All issues regarding worker safety and health are subject to enforcement action under L&I’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH).

 

  • Employee workplace safety and health complaints may be submitted to the L&I DOSH Safety Call Center: (1-800-423-7233) or via e-mail to [email protected].

 

 

Appendix A

NOTICE OF PHASE 2 INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES (PDF)

Appendix B

Program-Specific Addendums –

Approved WWCC Activities for Phase 2 are listed here:

Instructional Programs (list updated as of 6/22/2020)

  1. Nail Technology Reentry Plan
  2. Cosmetology/Barbering Reentry Plan
  3. John Deere Technology Reentry Plan
  4. Welding Reentry Plan – Walla Walla Campus
  5. Enology & Viticulture Reentry Plan
  6. Nursing Assistant (NA) Program Reentry Plan – Walla Walla and Clarkston Campus
  7. Culinary Arts Special Event Reentry Plan
  8. CPR/BLS and AHA Heartsaver First Aid – Walla Walla and Clarkston Campus
  9. Energy Systems Technology Reentry Plan

Other Programs (list updated as of 6/22/2020

  1. Addendum for Water & Environmental Center Co-Locators
  2. Addendum for College Cellars Curbside Sales
  3. Addendum for College Cellars Tasting Room

 

Appendix C

Safety Training Links

Appendix D

COVID-19 Daily Log (PDF)

COVID-19 Daily Log (Online)

Appendix E

“COVID-19 Daily Log for Employees” reporting of health status:

http://www.wwcc.edu/dsl

Appendix F

Email Response Template for Faculty/Program Supervisor (PDF)

Appendix G

 Program Supervisor Template (PDF)

Appendix H

EMPLOYEE AND STUDENT SELF-QUARANTINE ATTESTATION ELIGIBILITY TO WORK STATEMENT (PDF)