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COVID-19 Mandatory Safety Training Before Returning to Campus

All students, staff and faculty, including those already working on campus must confirm that they have completed a one-time mandatory safety training on health and safety requirements before returning to campus. By completing this training you understand and agree with the safety guidance provided. Please review the material below. After you have viewed and understand the material, please complete the validation form.

In order to operate, all Massachusetts businesses will need to meet the Mandatory Workplace Safety Standards and relevant Sector-Specific Protocols published by the state. Educational materials or trainings must be provided to define how or what they should do to prepare them before coming to campus or returning to workplaces.

Note: All businesses and activities, as they reopen, must meet the following minimum safety standards and provide educational training for employees regarding the following:

COVID-19 Travel Advisory - Effective March 22, 2021, all visitors and returning residents entering Massachusetts are advised to follow the Commonwealth’s new travel advisory as detailed below. The Commonwealth has made great progress to slow the spread of COVID-19 and gradually re-open the economy, and all visitors and returning residents have a responsibility to help us keep transmission levels as low as possible. (Learn More)

Face Covering Protocol

The Protocol requires that each individual to always wear a face covering or mask at all times while on campus. The face covering or mask must cover the nose and mouth and may be reused if not soiled. Individuals working in private offices with closed doors may remove their face covering or mask only when in this setting. Your cloth face covering may protect them. Their cloth face covering may protect you.



Hand Hygiene

Following CDC guidelines, handwashing for at least 20 seconds of washing with soap and water is preferred particularly when hands are visibly soiled and throughout the day. Hand sanitizer stations are also available throughput the campus.


Social distancing

All members of our community will be required to adhere to social distancing guidelines. This means staying at least six feet from other people, avoiding shaking hands and maintaining appropriate distance when studying or meeting in person, avoiding gathering in groups, and avoiding crowded places.

Stop the Spread of Disease

Detener la Propagación de Gérmenes

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Complete the Mandatory Safety Training