This is the newest page on the NTDC’s Covid Resources Repository, and over the next few weeks and months will seek to collate guidance for Higher Education and Research Institutions in their return to work following the UK’s national lockdown.
If you have any information or guidance you would like to contribute to this page, please fill out this Google Form.
This page on the Office for Students website gives guidance and links for providers, including regulatory requirements, student and consumer protection, and their new condition of registration. The guidance for students covers student and consumer protection during coronavirus, FAQs for students and ‘how to complain’. This page also contains briefing notes, case studies, and resources for supporting minority groups.
‘If you’re looking for guidance on EDI, governance, teaching and learning, student success, leadership and management or organisational development to support you through the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve collated all of our resources for higher education institutions and staff here.’
The aim of this guidance, kindly shared with us from the University of Birmingham, is to minimise the risk of Covid-19 transmission while using spaces safely.
The government’s long-term objectives for research and development (R&D) are clear: to be a science superpower and invest in the science and research that will deliver economic growth and societal benefits across the UK for decades to come, and to build the foundations for the new industries of tomorrow.
Interim guidance from the World Health Organisation (WHO) on the cleaning and disinfection of environmental surfaces in the context of Covid-19.
This guidance is of a general nature and should be treated as a guide, and in the event of any conflict between any applicable legislation (including the health and safety legislation) and this guidance, the applicable legislation shall prevail. It covers personal protective equipment (PPE), cleaning and disinfection, laundry and waste management.
Guidance for employers, employees and the self-employed. This document is to help employers, employees and the self- employed in the UK understand how to work safely during the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping as many people as possible 2 metres apart from those they do not live with.