The EHS website has available a number of resources for the campus community as we work together to manage the COVID-19 pandemic.
EHS Publications and Resources
PPE and Face Coverings
Ordering Personal Protective Equipment and Supplies
Guidance for ordering personal protective equipment and disinfection supplies as departments plan for resumption of operations.
Guidance For the Phased Resumption of Research
The University has produced a Plan For Phased Resumption of On-Campus Research. Also broken out into a seperate web page is the EHS Guidance for Safe Research. The following resources are associated with these documents:
- Appendix 1: Lab Configuration and Lab Occupancy Signage
- Appendix 3: Phased Plan for Resumption of Services at Princeton University Library
- Princeton University Research Resumption Checklist
Biosafety Precautions for Research with Human Clinical Specimens that May Contain Infectious Agents, including SARS-CoV-2
Work with all unfixed human tissues must be conducted according to Biosafety Level 2 containment and work practices. Given the potential for exposure to SARS-CoV-2, additional precautions may be required.
Health and Safety for the Campus Community
Staying Safe and Well in the Home Office
With no commute and everything under one’s own control, working from home can feel safer than a typical day at the office. Yet the home office presents its own set of safety concerns that are easily overlooked in familiar surroundings.
Information for University Contractors and Vendors
All University contractors and vendors who provide services on campus or in University-owned or leased buildings must comply with New Jersey Department of Health COVID-19 guidelines and the most recent version of Governor Murphy’s executive orders.
Fed-Ex Announces Temporary COVID-19 Surcharge
Fed-Ex has announced a temporary COVID-19 related price increase on international shipments, including for those services utilized by the research community.
Other University Resources
COVID-19 Response Special Activities and Resources Group
In response to the significant public health needs from the COVID-19 pandemic, the University has convened a group to evaluate, support and assist with non-research volunteer projects primarily focused on production, manufacturing, and donation.
PPE Inventory Sought For COVID-19 Donations
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the University’s Emergency Management Group is asking Departments, Labs and Centers to inventory PPE for donations. The University is working with the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management and will determine how to distribute the items in a fair and equitable fashion based on statewide need.