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Campus open: Monday and Tuesday (8.30 AM – 7.00 PM)

Campus closed: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

 

A GUIDE FOR OUR STUDENTS, STAFF AND VISITORS

PRE-ARRIVAL ON
CAMPUS GUIDELINES 

ON-CAMPUS
GUIDELINES 

IMPORTANT CONTACTS
AND RESOURCES 

 

PRE-ARRIVAL ON CAMPUS GUIDELINES

Mandatory COVID-19 Test
Mandatory COVID-19 Test

COVID-19 Test

 
  • ‘Negative COVID-19’ test result is required by all students, staff and visiting faculty who have registered to attend campus.
  • Test results must be received and sent through to facilities. sydney@spjain.edu.au two days prior to your campus attendance date.
  • If you have tested positive for COVID-19, you must stay home and isolate.
  • BUPA Health Insurance covers the cost of the COVID-19 test for SP Jain students.

    Concord Hospital (NSW Institute of Sports Medicine)
    Hospital Road, Concord West, NSW 213
    Opposite Concord Hospital Emergency Department
    Open: 8 AM – 6 PM every day

    GET DIRECTIONS

    Homebush Drive-through Clinic
    Bressington Park, Homebush
    NSW 2140
    Open: 8.30 AM – 4.00 PM every day

    GET DIRECTIONS

 
Download the COVID-19 App

Download the COVID-19 App

 

All students and staff should download the COVID-19 app which notifies users if they come in contact with someone who has the virus.

Campus Visitor Declaration Form

Campus Visitor Declaration Form

 

The COVID-19 declaration form is to be completed online by all students and visitors prior to arrival on campus. This is to be filled out after any COVID-19 test and submitted no later than 48 hours before arrival.

 

 

ON-CAMPUS GUIDELINES

Limited entry and access to campus

Limited entry and access to campus

 
  • If you are feeling unwell, do not attend campus.
  • Cafeteria entrance only – for registered Bachelor of Business Administration (2017 cohort) and Bachelor of Data Science students (face-to-face).
  • Online students in Sydney are not permitted on campus.
  • No third-party external visitors are permitted without 48 hours notification and approval.
  • The campus is open for limited hours only.
  • Students must adhere to SP Jain’s guidelines on “no go zones”.

    Ground floor “no go zones”:
    • LC 1, LC 2, LC 3, LC 4, LC 6, LC 7 & LC 9
    • All Breakout rooms
    • Gym
    • Leadership Hall
    • Atrium – no usage of table tennis, pool tables
    • Music Room
    • Counsellor Room (Counselling support online only)
    • Neuroscience Lab (unless with permission)
    Mezzanine & 1st floor “no go zones ”:
    • All mezzanine areas, classrooms and 1st floor area are closed to students
Limited entry and access to campus

Temperature checking and face masks

 
  • Daily temperature checks are mandatory before entering the campus.
  • If the temperature reading is above 37.5 degrees Celsius, you will not be allowed to enter and will be referred to a medical centre.
  • Wearing a face mask at all times is mandatory. It may be removed only while eating or drinking.
  • Face masks are available on the campus.
Limited entry and access to campus

Temperature checking and face masks

 
  • Daily temperature checks are mandatory before entering the campus.
  • If the temperature reading is above 37.5 degrees Celsius, you will not be allowed to enter and will be referred to a medical centre.
  • Wearing a face mask at all times is mandatory. It may be removed only while eating or drinking.
  • Face masks are available on the campus.
Cleaning and Sanitisation

Cleaning and Sanitisation

 
  • Cleaning will take place after each teaching day.
  • Hand-sanitiser gel has been placed outside classrooms and all common student accessible areas. Students must sanitise and adhere to SP Jain’s guidelines on hygiene.
  • Sanitiser wipes will be provided to faculty to wipe down the equipment after classes.
  • Frequent hand-washing is strongly encouraged.
Social distancing

Social distancing

 
  • Maintain at least a 1.5-metre distance from each other.
  • Social distancing and hygiene measures have been displayed on the digital wall, digital notice boards, signage boards and posters in different areas in the campus as reminders.
  • Restrictions apply to the number of persons who can use common areas/recreational facilities at the same time:
    • SEM Office: A maximum of 1 student
    • UG Program Office: A maximum of 2 students
    • Reuters Fin Lab: Distancing limit of 2 persons
    • Café area: Seating limited to 2 persons per table
    • Chill Out room on ground floor: A maximum of 8 students
    • Library, computer study area, printing area will have limited seats due to social distancing measures
Social distancing

Social distancing

 
  • Maintain at least a 1.5-metre distance from each other.
  • Social distancing and hygiene measures have been displayed on the digital wall, digital notice boards, signage boards and posters in different areas in the campus as reminders.
  • Restrictions apply to the number of persons who can use common areas/recreational facilities at the same time:
    • SEM Office: A maximum of 1 student
    • UG Program Office: A maximum of 2 students
    • Reuters Fin Lab: Distancing limit of 2 persons
    • Café area: Seating limited to 2 persons per table
    • Chill Out room on ground floor: A maximum of 8 students
    • Library, computer study area, printing area will have limited seats due to social distancing measures
In Class

In Class

 
  • Timetabling will be staggered to allow sufficient time for safe entrance and exit from classrooms.
  • Classes will be held maximum two days per week.
  • Students must arrive 30 minutes prior to scheduled classes to allow for staggered entry and exit and temperature testing while maintaining social distancing at all times.
  • Students must use the biometric facial recognition for their attendance.
  • Faculty will be offered face shields and face masks for their protection and it is mandatory to wear the face mask.
  • The classroom will have assigned seating with student names and numbered seating plans.
  • The Simulation Lab will be utilised as the social distancing classroom with a seating capacity of 50 students.
  • The seating capacity of Lecture Classroom 5 (LC 5) with social distancing is 38 students.
In Class

In Class

 
  • Students should wear the face mask all the time while in class
  • The classroom main door will be kept open to avoid contact points
  • Touch-free hand sanitiser will be placed at the reception. Students are encouraged to sanitise their hands.
  • Students should use the biometric facial recognition for their attendance
  • Faculty are required to use a face shield when conducting a lecture/session
  • Faculty will be issued a personal pouch with a face shield, four different colour markers and a pen/pencil for their individual use
  • Faculty need to use disposable gloves which will be available for use in the classroom
  • Each lapel/mike will have a foam-type cover as it is exposed to different users
  • All student interactions with faculty will be carried out only electronically
safe-distancing

Reporting Sick

 

Any staff, faculty, visitor or student who feels unwell while on campus must:

  • Report to the Student Life Office and the First Aid Room or an SP Jain team member.
  • If they feel they are running a high temperature or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, they must isolate themselves by exiting the room/building and email the Safety Officer (Bill Kospetas: bill.kospeta@spjain.edu.au) and the Head of Campus (Peter Helson: peter.helson@spjain.edu.au).
  • They should contact the local medical centre or Concord Hospital.
     

    National Coronavirus
    Health Information Line

    Call: 1800 020 080

    Bupa International Student
    Health Care (24 hours)

    Call: 1300 884235

    Concord Hospital
    Call: 9767 5000

     

IMPORTANT CONTACTS AND RESOURCES

Sydney Campus Contacts

Safety Officer

Bill Kospetas
bill.kospeta@spjain.edu.au

Head of Campus

Peter Helson
peter.helson@spjain.edu.au

Other Contacts

National Coronavirus
Health Information Line

Call: 1800 020 080

Concord Hospital

Health Information Line
Emergency Department – Call: 9767 5000

GET DIRECTIONS

BUPA Overseas Student Health Care

24-hour International Student Advice
Line supporting 180 languages
Call: 1300 884235

https://www.bupa.com.au/health-insurance/oshc

National Home Doctor Service

After-hours doctor service to
your place of residence
Call: 13 74 25 (13 SICK)

http://homedoctor.com.au/

Burwood Westfield Medical Centre

Suite 300/100 Burwood Road Burwood
Call: 9744 3330

https://www.burwoodwestfieldsmedicalcentre.com.au/

GET DIRECTIONS

 

 

Please note: As COVID-19 is an evolving situation, our guidelines will be updated to adhere to any new directives and advisories issued by the local governing bodies.

 

 

Last updated on September 3, 2020