Access to buildings
Employees may access their workplace on campus, given that some condtions are met. It is still a prerequisite that infection prevention considerations may be taken care of.
The Norwegian Government has issued new guidelines for further reopening of the University of Bergen´s buildings. The corona measures are gradually reduced: UiB opens its doors to more people.
- Before entering the premises, you ought to complete this E-learning course in Protective Measures.
- Home office is no longer the main rule. People at higher risk from coronavirus are adviced to work from home. This also applies to those living with someone at high risk from coronavirus.
- Employees who need to work on campus will be given access, assuming that local infection control measures are followed, and that they have completed the infection prevention course. The Government specifies that, in cities such as Bergen, opening up should not lead to an increased burden to public transport. Employees who are dependent on public transport must primarily work from home. This also applies to employees in higher risk groups and employees who do not need to be on campus to perform their job.
- Faculties and departments are taking protectice measures into consideration when making their priorities. You will receive further information from your faculty or department.
- As the main doors to UiB are still closed, you will need your entrance card to acccess the premises.
If you are ill or believe you might be infected by the virus, under no circumstances shall you then enter the buildings, but rather await your recovery.