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Round Table - Access Control at Schools during COVID-19


Kevin Lloyd
Webinar Series

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By invitation - A Round Table Discussion on Access Control at International Schools to discuss, share and learn from other schools around the world as to best practices for managing campus / school access during COVID-19. 808038100_Arrivingatschoolwithtext.thumb.jpg.bcd65eb8c798a216abada175496addd4.jpg


We are inviting schools (max. 10) to a round table discussion that addresses the key areas for Access Control, including:  

  • Strategy and Policies – Development, enforcement, vulnerabilities, alignment with other policies, medical pre-screening, and privacy considerations
  • Managing Access from Arrival to Departure – screening, spacing, registering, staging areas, isolation areas, drop off / pickup procedures, protect, and empower staff
  • Movement on Campus - limiting access – buildings, facilities (bathrooms, etc.), register and document, Use of stairwells, elevators
  • Communication – transparency, rule changes, timely – sick child, exposure, documentation

As there is a concern this crisis will continue, the Recovery Forum (www.sep-forum.com) will be the platform for ongoing discussions and further sharing of information covering Access Control.

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