On Friday, May 29, the admin team implemented staff movement flow requirements to ensure our organization is in compliance with Stanford, County and State COVID-19 distancing guidelines. All team members must comply with the posted signage and floor markings when onsite. Staff are empowered to communicate in the moment with others who are not maintaining the 6-foot distance or adhering to 6-foot distance lines.
What will this look like?
Office flow maps, foot traffic directional arrows, and 6-foot waiting lines will be posted on the walls and/or on the ground throughout the second and third floors at 800 Welch. Additionally, 6-foot distance lines will be marked in the 777 Welch Suites. The comprehensive document outlining both the flow and office capacity limits will be posted on the CCTO COVID-19 webpage.
- Walk the direction of the arrows only. The floor arrows will indicate the directional flow of the walkway. This will help reduce risk of collisions or inadequate distance in high-traffic areas.
- Avoid walking through cubicle aisles. Cubicle areas are non-enter locations unless you sit there, or it is necessary to communicate with another team in the cubicle area.
- Stand/wait at designated 6-foot lines. There will be 6-foot distance lines placed on the floor around high-congestion areas. Wait at the designated marked locations.
Areas of Congestion
The kitchens and printer/fax areas are high-traffic areas. These areas will have maximum occupancy signs posted along with 6-foot spaced waiting lines. Please abide by the maximum occupancy. For restrooms, be extra aware and considerate of people around you.
Office flow and additional resources can be found on the CCTO website under section CCTO 800 and 777 Welch Office Flow.
We are in this together, so let’s focus on compliance and safeguard one another by maintaining the appropriate distance. If you have any questions, please reach out to email@example.com.