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Learn about Sheridan’s response to COVID-19 and our safety plans for limited in-person activity this fall.

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Campus Access – What to Expect
Updated: September 15 at 6:35 p.m.

Everyone coming to campus must complete a daily self-assessment on the Sheridan Alert! App.  The assessment will ask about COVID-19 symptoms, exposure to COVID-19, and travel history. You must show the green checkmark in order to be permitted on campus.

Download Sheridan Alert! for free in the App Store or Google Play.

Mandatory COVID-19 Training

All students and employees who are required to come to campus during the Fall semester must complete mandatory training to ensure they are aware of the relevant health and safety protocols.

  • STUDENTS: You are required to watch the Sheridan COVID-19 Student Safety Video Module and complete a quiz in SLATE.
  • EMPLOYEES: It is a requirement for all employees onsite to complete the Occupational Health & Safety COVID-19 training located on Sheridan Central. After you watch this video you must fill out the “Form” below it which is tracked by Occupational Health and Safety Services (OHS).

Sheridan Alert App – COVID-19 Screening

Everyone coming to campus will be asked to complete a daily self-assessment on the Sheridan Alert! App.  The assessment will ask about COVID-19 symptoms, exposure to COVID-19, and travel history.

You can download Sheridan Alert! for free in the App Store or Google Play.

How to complete the self-assessment in Sheridan Alert:

  1. Click on “Coronavirus Disease COVID-19” and then select “COVID-19 Screening Assessment”
  2. Complete the assessment
  3. Show your result screen at the door
    • A green check mark means you do not seem to have any COVID-19 symptoms and can be on campus.
    • A red stop sign means we recommend you stay at home. Students can reach out to the Health Centre, and employees to the Workplace Abilities Office for support.

If you are unable to access the Sheridan Alert! app, please let Security know and they will screen you by asking the same questions in person during sign-in.

You will be required to present your OneCard upon entry to the College and you must have your OneCard displayed at all times while on campus.

Masks/Face Covering

It is a requirement for all people on campus to wear a mask or face covering at all times, except when eating or drinking (while appropriately physically distanced). Please bring your own mask. A mask should have at least 2-layers of tightly woven material such as cotton or linen. The mask should cover both your nose, mouth and chin. You can find information on how to create a mask here if you do not have one.

Security

There will a Security presence on campus 24/7 and members at the Welcome desk late into the evening who can help you with your questions or concerns or escorting you to your car if required.  Please go to the desk and ask for this service.  Sheridan has 147 emergency phones, which have been installed for safety inside buildings and on the grounds at TrafalgarDavis and Hazel McCallion campuses. Emergency phones provide direct access to Campus Security, and a security guard is dispatched to the phone’s location in the event of an emergency or immediately upon request.

Take a few minutes to program your cell phone with 905-815-4044. 

Security can also be reached from any Sheridan land-line telephone at the following extensions:
Trafalgar – Ext 4044
Davis – Ext 4044
Hazel McCallion – Ext 4044

https://www.sheridancollege.ca/life-at-sheridan/campus-services/security

Procedure for Employees – Campus Access Requirements

For any questions regarding access to campus, please contact security@sheridancollege.ca.

Wayfinding Signs

Upon entering, and when on campus, you will see several wall signs and floor decals providing information and restrictions, directing foot traffic in narrow corridors and stairwells (e.g. ‘one way’), and indicating where to line-up and wait for classes, the cafeteria, and printers, etc. These signs are in place to enable physical distancing and for the health and well-being of all Sheridan community members.

Bathrooms and Water Fountains

Please try to utilize a washroom closest to your classroom, office, or lab space. You will notice signage indicating which sinks have been designated for use under safe physical distancing guidelines.  The water fountain feature is not functional, however the no-contact “fill up” feature is still operational for bottles.

Parking

Please visit the Parking Updates page on Sheridan Central for the latest information for students and employees about parking on campus. Additional information can also be found on Sheridan’s Parking Services page.