COVID-19 On-Site Work Environment
Faculty and Staff Health Safety Agreement

Updated January 20, 2022

The health and well-being of our students, faculty and staff is a top priority. With the current and uncertain future of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is imperative we follow very specific guidelines until such time as the pandemic ends.

This document provides guidelines for keeping students, faculty, and staff safe for all ON-SITE WORK/EMPLOYMENT ACTIVITIES. As a condition for your return to the on-site work environment, you will be expected to practice and follow these guidelines consistently for the safety of not only yourself, but for others you will encounter on-site.

For my safety, the College/my employer will do the following:

  • Maintain a commitment to keeping educational/academic interruptions to a minimum and helping students stay on track to complete their programs of study;
  • Continue steps to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19;
  • Provide hand sanitizers and hand sanitizing stations on-site; provide regular cleaning/disinfecting of common areas such as water fountains and restrooms;
  • Respond to faculty and staff concerns and/or questions as they may arise, and;
  • Adapt, adjust, or change procedures or policies to adhere to CDC, state, or federal policy/guidelines.
Faculty and Staff Expectations:

As an employee, I agree to the following conditions to return to work on-site (these conditions are subject to change based on federal, state, or local policy, recommendations, or guidelines):

  1. I will not come to campus sick or stay if I am sick. I will contact my supervisor so that he/she is aware. I will stay in touch regularly with my supervisor until I return to work.
  2. I will wear a mask when I am indoors on the CVCC campus per the Virginia Community College mask mandate. The mandate allows for instructors/presenters to remove masks when instructing students from a safe distance or from behind a plexiglass barrier.
  3. Vaccination status and associated safety requirements must be disclosed if federal and state policy requires it.  If I am not already vaccinated, I am aware that a vaccination is available.  Vaccination information is available at or by calling (877) 829-4682.
  4. If after being on campus, I find out that I was directly exposed to someone with COVID 19, I will contact my supervisor immediately and quarantine per CDC guidelines. I may make instructional or work accommodations if appropriate. I will stay in touch with my supervisor until I am eligible to return to campus.
  5. If I am diagnosed with COVID 19 I will not come to campus. I will advise Human Resources and my supervisor immediately of my diagnosis. I will stay in touch with my supervisor as I am able. I will follow current VDH/CDC quarantine guidance in consultation with my supervisor and college administration.
  6. I will be prepared if instruction or work is moved online. In the event of a new outbreak or change in state guidelines, I understand it is possible my work may be moved online, in full or partially. I understand that if my work is moved online, I may  need access to technology and internet with as little as 24 hours' notice.
  7. RECOMMENDATION: I should sign up for the CVCC emergency alerts so that I will receive school-wide bulletins and update TEXTS/EMAILS not only about closing, but other emergency information I should know. For the latest emergency closing information, please sign up for CVCC emergency alerts here:

By signing below, I agree to the above Employee Expectations as a condition of returning to on-site work/employment. If, at any time, I fail to follow any of these conditions, I understand I may be subjected to possible disciplinary action, up to and including termination. This agreement will become part of my official personnel file.

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The parties agree that this agreement may be electronically signed. The parties agree that the electronic signatures appearing on this agreement are the same as handwritten signatures for the purposes of validity, enforceability, and admissibility.