The autumn safety inspection took place last week and for those of you who occasionally study on campus, you can expect that broken lights, chairs and other things will be fixed soon. For the buildings EDIT and Jupiter, several group rooms have been under renovation this year, in addition to this more electrical outlets are inserted in classrooms and old chairs are replaced by new ones.
Our division rooms Hubben and The Cloud were reviewed without any major remarks. The good news is that we will have a carbon filter replaced for the kitchen fan in Hubben, which will make it more pleasant to cook, and the chairs in the study room will be replaced at the beginning of next year. With that said, we were told that people were studying too closely in Hubben. In this, we all need to help each other out and follow the guidelines and markings that exist. The tables have clear indications of how many people are allowed to sit at each table and where, please respect these so that together we can keep down the risk of infection spreading. In addition, there is surface disinfection in the cleaning cabinet where we are all expected to spray the surfaces we use before we go.
If you have more questions and thoughts about the safety rounds, you can contact SAMO at email@example.com.
In other respects, if you discover something broken or risky in your study environment, you can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and most things can usually be resolved immediately. Can be small or large. Things that are difficult to detect on the safety rounds are, for example, poor ventilation and broken electrical outlets, so email if you discover anything!
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