KU Response Guide – Response Outcomes
The University’s response must address the following specific outcomes:
- Facilitate the University’s responses
- Protect and serve the human populations on campus
- Assure the security of the campus
- Protect the assets of the organization
- Protect research projects
- Care for the animal populations on campus
- Travel—provide information, health screening and support to students and staff traveling to/from pandemic area
- Social Distancing—provide information to students and staff regarding the need to limit social contact during the pandemic, limit opportunities for group events/activities—for example, cancel classes (see Appendix B).
- Isolation of symptomatic students who are residing in University housing and are unable to leave campus.
- Housing of a-symptomatic students who are residing in University housing and are unable to leave campus.
- Promote the receipt of the influenza vaccine.
- Delivery of public health messages regarding hygiene, etc (see Appendix K).
- Provide Personal Protective Equipment to essential/emergency staff plus symptomatic patients (Appendix I)..
- Decision makers and communication systems regarding the cancellation of classes, events and research associated with the University’s mission.
- Identification and implementation of systems and processes to support distance learning during the pandemic stage.
- Identification of existing research activity efforts that should be sustained during the pandemic and the appropriate actions to be taken regarding those that are not sustained.