Under these restrictions, the Institute will be continuing with our existing online learning model until at least the 4th April.
Our policies and procedures are under constant review to ensure we meet the public health guidelines. It is important we support each other and negotiate these challenges together. Stay safe and positive.
It is essential that all staff seeking access to campus complete and submit this Form?at least 3 Days prior to returning to work and campus.
Visitors or Contractors attending IADT must complete the below declaration form prior to entering campus:
The Government’s COVID-19 Work Safely Protocol requires that the Institute to appoint at least one Lead Worker Representative to work with the employer to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace.
The role of IADT’s Lead Worker Representatives is to:
- Help out with putting in place the COVID-19 control measures.
- Communicate regularly with the Institute and Management, and assist in providing COVID-19 health advice to your co- workers.
- Carry out checks that COVID-19 control measures are in place as required.
- Report to the COVID-19 group of any problem areas or non-compliance and keep record of same.
- Listen to the concerns of fellow workers and raise them with the COVID-19 Group with a view to resolution.
- Help keep your fellow workers up to date with the latest COVID-19 advice from Government.
- Help as part of a response team in managing someone with symptoms of COVID-19 at the workplace.
IADT has three Lead worker Representatives:
Linda is the European Projects Coordinator and Postgraduate Programme Administrator. She is responsible for coordinating all European Projects in the Dept. of Film + Media and the NFS more generally. She is currently involved in the FilmEU project.
Turlough is an ICT Technician within our ICT Department. Turlough’s offices are located in the Carraiglea Building however given his role Turlough actively works across the Institute.
John is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology + Technology. John is located mainly in the Atrium Building but due to the nature of his role he works actively across the Institute.
The Lead worker Representatives can be contacted via email: email@example.com.
IADT’s Response to Changes to the Levels of Restrictions
Dept of FHEIS Public Health Implementation Guidelines of HEIs
These are the current guidelines and implementation measures for all HEIs – Revised August 05, 2020. This document and advice was drawn up by public health experts within the HEI sector and are endorsed by the Health Protection Surveillance Centre of the HSE.
Please see?Guidance and FAQs for Public Service Employers?during COVID-19?updated to the 15th June for all staff.
Please see?Guidance and FAQs for Public Service Employers during COVID-19?updated to the 15th June for all staff.
In accordance with Phase 1 of the?National Plan for Reopening Society and Businesses,?IADT along with all schools, pre-schools and further and higher education settings will begin a phased re-opening of campus from today May 18th. This is a controlled return towards reopening our campus. For the majority of staff and all students, the campus will remain?closed until at least 8th June 2020?when the next?Phase?and easing of restrictions commences.
During Phase 1?and in order to prepare for a safe opening of the Institute, the Estates and Facilitates Team will be working on campus Monday to Friday each week. During this period some of the buildings will be open to staff who have been given prior approval, by their Manager/HOD. The hours of opening are 10am to 4pm each day. Prior to seeking access during this period please refer to pre-opening communications you received from the HRM and follow the guidance provided.
- Circular Letter 0027/2020 – COVID-19 Temporary assignment arrangements for certain staff in the education and training sector
- Circular Letter 0028/2020 –?COVID-19 Temporary assignment arrangements for certain staff?
- FAQs – COVID-19 Temporary assignment arrangements
As per current HSE protocols, campus access is restricted for staff and students. Staff may apply for scheduled access during our restricted opening hours.
The HSE have been asking healthcare professionals from all disciplines who are not already working in the public health service to register to be on call for Ireland. They are creating extra hospital and care beds and need extra hands to provide the care that’s needed to meet the challenges ahead.?IADT Staff can also?help through?volunteering.
Please?find?below useful links to information about?volunteering:
Confidential supports and resources?are available through our?Employee Assistance Programme. The service is?free of charge to all our staff and their families.
EAP provides a wide range of supports with trained specialists able to give you practical information.?Staff also have the opportunity to access?additional professional supports if required.
The Freephone number is 1800?995 955?or firstname.lastname@example.org.