Composé de sept indicateurs, alimentés par des données externes et internes, ce tableau de bord complète les outils de gestion et de surveillance du SARS-CoV-2 au sein de la communauté ULiège.
As from 21th February 2022, ULiège will revert to the home working arrangements decided by the Governing Board, i.e. a maximum of 1 to 2 days per week for a full-time person, to be organised in consultation with the head of department, provided that the nature of the function allows it.
In order to ensure the proper organisation of the services' activities and to promote team cohesion, a presence on site of at least 3 days per week is required, which is equivalent to a maximum of 2 days of work at home for a full-time person and a maximum of 1 day for a 4/5 (reduced services and MIOF).
Preventive measures in the workplace such as wearing a mask, disinfecting hands, distancing and ventilating the premises remain applicable. Also, people who are ill or show symptoms of Covid-19 must remain at home in accordance with the general rules in force.
Organisation of meetings
As of 18 February 2022, working meetings and meetings of governance bodies may be organised on-site. Since 7 March, participants are no longer required to wear a mask. However, it is recommended that medically vulnerable people wear a FFP2 mask.
If the situation allows, the use of video-conferencing may be recommended to allow people in isolation or quarantine to participate in meetings if they can.
Individual protective equipment
- As of 7 March 2022, masks are no longer required to be worn in indoor areas accessible to the public (corridors, auditoriums, libraries, etc.) or in offices (including when the 1.5 m distance cannot be respected).
- Masks must still be worn in hospitals and health centres. For certain specific needs, FFP2 masks can be provided by the SUPHT on duly justified request.
- We draw your attention in particular to the need to use exclusively cotton masks in laboratories where there is a risk of inflammation.
- People for whom wearing a mask is a medical contraindication can replace it with a face shield. This equipment is available at the SUPHT Store.
Computer tools at your disposal
A series of digital resources and tools (restricted access) are available to help you adapt to this situation.
CPLU is available to provide staff with occasional psychological support during this period of confinement.
For staff members