EHS COVID-19 Information

Yale Environmental Health and Safety is working in partnership with Yale Health, the Office of Emergency Management, the Office of Facilities among others to help keep the Yale community healthy and safe. Please see our list of FAQs as well as the University’s COVID-19 Information Page for more information. If you have questions or concerns, please contact ehs@yale.edu or 203-785-3550 so we may get a message to the appropriate EHS staff member to address your needs.

Trainings

Research Reactivation-Phases 1-2

Face Coverings/Masks/Respiratory Protection

Note: Information on the distribution of face coverings for students returning for the fall semester will be available soon. 

PPE Suppliers in Workday/SciQuest

Click here for a list and contacts of PPE suppliers available in Workday/SciQuest.

Glove Use

Click here for information on glove use during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cleaning/Disinfection

Additional Registrations and Information

Requirements for Physical Distancing and Minimizing Face-to-Face Contact

Click here for requirements of the State of CT and Yale University.

Departmental Return to Work Checklist (Non-Researcher)

Faculty and staff (non-researcher) can click here for requirements of the State of CT and Yale University. 

Undergraduate Instructional Labs

Click here for EHS guidance for in-person undergraduate instructional labs.

Posters/Signs

Click here for COVID-19 related posters/signs via Yale Printing & Publishing Services.

COVID-19 Safety Officers

Click here to find your departmental COVID-19 Safety Officer.

Pilot COVID-19 Screening Program

Yale is providing free viral testing for all faculty, staff, and graduate and professional students who will be on campus for the fall semester. For testing requirements for different groups, please review the COVID-19 testing policies found on the Health & Safety Guidelines page.

Service Providers and Sales Vendors

Yale strongly discourages any vendor sales representatives from visiting campus. 

All vendors performing service on-site at Yale must agree to comply with Yale’s Vendor Site Access requirements. Among other procedures described in the requirements, all vendors will be required to check in via Yale’s contractor/vendor daily check-in application upon arrival to campus.

Note: If any on-site duties are subcontracted, it is the employer’s responsibility to ensure subcontractors have appropriate training.

For more information on service providers, visit Yale Procurement and Office of Facilities.

For research-related information on service providers, visit research.yale.edu.

Yale Resources

External Resources

Informational Materials