Campus Re-Entry Guidelines
Mapúa Daily Health Checklist Form
All students and employees who will enter the campus are required to accomplish and submit the Daily Health Checklist Form. Scan the quick response or QR code or visit https://dhc.mapua.edu.ph/ to accomplish the form.
Entry protocols for students and employees
- • Submit to thermal scanning upon entry.
- • Vehicles must stop at the entrance gate for the screening process before proceeding to the parking area.
- • Facemasks and face shields must be worn at all times.
- • Everyone must pass through the designated footbaths at entrance gate.
- • Vehicles entering the campus must pass through the tire baths.
- • Anyone with a body temperature higher than 37.8°C and/or who has sore throat, cough, colds, and headache shall be asked to go home.
Entry protocols for visitors
- • All delivery services are restricted from entering the campus beyond the waiting area in the Security and Information Lobby.
- • All visitors will transact their business in Security and Information Lobby.
- • Only visitors with business transactions that cannot be done at the Security and Information Lobby will be allowed to proceed to the intended offices after the screening protocols.
- • Packages from couriers or visitors will be brought to the containment room for disinfection before they are handed to the concerned employees.
- • Observe physical distancing of at least 2 meters (6 feet) inside the campus and offices.
- • Canteen shall be used as common eating area for employees, but physical distancing will be strictly observed.
- • Employees may eat at their workstations. Pantries shall be only used to heat food and to wash dishes. Only one person at a time shall be allowed in the pantry.
- • Only one person may use the elevator at a time.
- • Only two persons shall be allowed to use common restrooms at a time.
- • Trays or baskets shall be used in all offices for receiving documents.
- • Offices will be open from Monday to Friday. Employees should leave the campus strictly before 6:00 p.m.
- • Constantly sanitize with 70% alcohol or wash hands with water and soap for at least 20 seconds.
- • Sanitize hands immediately after each transaction.
- • Do not touch eyes, mouth, and nose with unwashed or unsanitized hands.
- • Practice 7S at all times. Employees must keep their office areas clean. Remove all personal materials from desks at the end of workday for easy disinfection by utility workers.
- • Do not shake hands and give hugs or beso beso.
- • Frontliners who are handling documents must always wear disposable gloves.
- • Facemasks and face shields must be worn at all times inside offices.
- • Use conference calls or video calls to conduct meetings with internal or external parties.
- • Inter-office movement of personnel should be minimized.
- • Inter-office phone calls for queries shall be prioritized.
- • Official travels (local and international) shall be prohibited.
- • Employees with COVID-19 symptoms must stay at home and inform their immediate supervisor and the Mapúa Health Services Department. When returning to work, employees are required to secure clearance from the Health Services Department.
- • Employees returning to work from sick leaves with more than 2 days are required to present a medical certificate to the Health Services Department, Human Resources Department, and their immediate supervisors.
- • If an employee falls ill while in the office, the employee must seek immediate medical attention from the Health Services Department for further advice and management.
- • Immediate superiors must report immediately to the Health Services Department if they have observed teammates who are not feeling well or exhibiting one of the symptoms of COVID-19.
- • The advisory on 15-day self-quarantine for those who recently traveled to high-risk areas and for those who fall under the previous categories of “Person Under Monitoring” and “Person Under Investigation” is still in effect.
- • An employee who has recovered from COVID-19 infection must present to the Health Services Department a medical certificate together with the official results of RT-PCR test.