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Access to Campus
What to do if you need to attend campus
With most staff working from home there are a small number, including some higher degree research students, who must attend campus for essential work and research activity.We want to remind everyone that the advice from the Government is that we should all stay at home, unless we have a reasonable excuse to leave.
Please continue to liaise with your manager or supervisor about whether you need to attend campus for an essential purpose. If you are required to attend campus from now on you will need to complete the campus access form and have approval before coming on campus, regardless of whether your role is essential or not. This is another part of ensuring we know who is on our campuses and keeping us all safe.
If it is essential that you attend campus, please ensure you check in and out via the ServiceNSW app at each building (or by visiting Campus Safety and Security). Also limit the time spent on campus to only what is necessary, wear a mask at all times while indoors and adhere to physical distancing and hygiene measures.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for people with chronic health conditions
People with chronic conditions or compromised immune systems are at greater risk of more serious illness if they are infected with coronavirus (COVID-19). We must all take to care to protect those most vulnerable.
For more information please visit the Department of Health.