RESEARCH RAMP UP:
College of Engineering Overview:
Building Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
ESB (Engineering Sciences Building):
MRL (Materials Research Laboratory):
COE protocol for reporting COVID for lab researchers
COMPLIANCE POLICY FOR COVID-19 SAFETY
Enforcement Policy Document (updated July 15, 2020)
EH&S COVID-19 Information for Researchers
Office of Research COVID-19 Information:
Materials Department Guidelines:
Administrative Staff are currently working remotely. Please follow the guidance below:
1. Getting Help: Please route your requests to the staff as normal, but to ensure that all requests are addressed please cc Dawn (email@example.com) and/or Mary (firstname.lastname@example.org) on your requests so we can ensure that workflow continues in the event of staffing shortfalls. The staff will be meeting regularly, via zoom, to address pending work and questions.
2. Reimbursements: Campus guidance is evolving on this. Scanned copies of receipts for reimbursement will be accepted. Please send receipts electronically for reimbursement at this time. Save all original receipts even if you submitted scanned receipts. It is anticipated that originals will have to be submitted when normal operations resume.
3. Signatures: DocuSign will be accepted for reimbursements and other BFS documents. All UCSB staff have DocuSign signing privileges using their UCSB NetID credentials.
4. Main Office: The Main Office will be CLOSED during the remote work period. We know this is a concern for packages that are en route or orders that will need to be placed during the remote work period. Effective Monday June 22, 2020, Package Receiving will move to the Materials Classroom (EII Room 1335); please read for further instruction.
The Materials Department remains committed to providing the best assistance possible during this period. We are working hard to make sure all department personnel remain healthy during this challenging time. If you have questions or concerns please reach out to Dawn or Mary and we will work to address them.
UC Santa Barbara continues to monitor the global COVID-19 outbreak, and has provided guidance and ongoing updates.
UCSB COVID-19 Reporting Process
UCSB Counseling & Psychological Services