Edmonds College Furloughs

 

Due to the economic impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus), Edmonds College is implementing furlough plans to ensure the financial stability of the college. Furloughs will begin July 1, 2020 and continue through November 30, 2020.

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UPDATES AND ALERTS


Coronavirus updates:

Any updates, information about the virus, frequently asked questions, and links to resources will continue to be updated and available on our COVID-19 resources website. Any questions or concerns should be sent to health@edcc.edu.

All student resources related to summer quarter are available at edcc.edu/summer2020. Please share with students!

Emergency Communication:

The Triton Alert Emergency Notification System is used to notify campus and community members when there is a campus closure or emergency situation that requires evacuation or securing in place. You are automatically enrolled to receive Triton Alerts through your college email address. You may also sign up to receive text messages on your mobile devices and/or additional email notifications to your personal email address.

 



Frequently Asked Questions


You must ship all purchases to Central Receiving. James Ellis, our warehouse operator, will contact you when your order is ready for pickup.

In the rare event that you must ship your purchase to a different location, you must email your supervisor, your PLT member, and the Purchasing Office with an explanation of the circumstances. All three must approve your shipping request before you make your purchase.

When making any purchase, please refer to the instructions in Gregory Hinton’s March 17 email. P-Card holders should also refer to the P-Card Team’s March 18 email.

What self care resources are available to me through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP)? Are there new EAP resources that deal with issues related to COVID-19?

Where can I find tips online about self care and coping with the anxiety, grief, stress, loneliness, and other mental health issues?

Where can I find past issues of the LiveWell Weekly Digest?

How do I get approval if I need to come to campus?

Please don’t come to campus unless absolutely necessary.

Before coming to campus, please think about the necessity of your visit. Could you accomplish your task in a different way at home, serve students in a remote way, or could it wait until the college returns to on campus operations?

Remember, if you must come to campus to perform certain work-related activities, follow these guidelines below for the health and safety of our campus community:

  1. Get pre-approval from your supervisor before you plan to come to campus.
  2. Once you have approval, provide a 48-hour notice via email with the time, date, and location of your campus visit to your supervisor, security team at Security24.7@edcc.edu, and Stephanie.Teachman@edcc.edu, Executive Director of Facilities, Operation, and Capital Projects.
  3. Follow these return to campus steps:
    1. Complete a safety training.
    2. Complete a health self-assessment before and after each visit to campus.
    3. On the day of your visit, call the security team at 425.754.0154 when you arrive and when you leave.
  4. Bring your EdPass for keypad access to your building and/or office space(s).
  5. Come only during designated days and times: Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
  6. You must practice social distancing by maintaining a distance of at least 6 feet from others. This is required to be in compliance with Gov. Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” executive order, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19, the Washington State Department of Health Workplace and Employer Resources & Recommendations, and in compliance with WA state requirements for “essential business”.

These protocols are in place so that we do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Edmonds College leadership continues to follow the guidance of local and state public health officials and state leaders. Please visit the CDC’s website for information about COVID-19 symptoms, what to do if you think you are sick, and how to protect yourself. 

Please remember these recommendations as you plan your trip to campus 

  1. Be prepared to sanitize or wipe down all surfaces you come in contact with – stair rails, door handles, desk drawers, flat surfaces, copiers, shared computers, phones, etc.  These are commonly referred to as “touch points” and should be cleaned by you as you exit. 
  2. Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer coming and going.
  3. On the day of your visit, call the security team at 425.754.0154 when you arrive and when you leave.
  4. Bring your EdPass for keypad access to your building and/or office space(s).
  5. Complete a health self-assessment before each visit to campus.
  6. You must practice social distancing by maintaining a distance of at least 6 feet from others. This is required to be in compliance with Gov. Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” executive order, and to be in compliance with WA state requirements for “essential business”
  7. Dress accordingly. The heat in all buildings has been turned down to save energy and will not be adjusted for individual campus visits.

If you have additional questions or concerns, please email health@edcc.edu. Any updates, information about the virus, and links to resources continue to be updated and available on our COVID-19 resources website.



Resources


Campus Resources

Community Resources

  • Washington 2-1-1: Connect with thousands of resources across the state. Call 2-1-1 or visit or visit wa211.org to find information about employment, financial services, health care, transportation, housing, and more.
  • Food: The college food bank is closed. Please use this map to find food banks and K-12 school food pickup sites.
  • Unemployment: You may apply for unemployment through the Employment Security Department. The department has programs designed to help people affected by COVID-19.
  • Mental health: Tips and hotlines assembled by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Free Facebook group for those in grief.
  • Internet: Comcast is providing free internet access for 60 days to new, low-income customers, providing free internet at Xfinity hotspots, and suspending its data plan rules.
  • Workers’ compensation and sick leave: Guidance and resources from the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries.
  • Resources for disability related issues: The Governor's Committee on Disability Issues & Employment (GCDE) has compiled a list online.
  • Free technology training: Access lessons on Lynda.com with your library card.