Environmental Control Procedures
Environmental Control Procedures (ECP) address specific Harvard operation COVID-19 safety.
EH&S provides an overview of current ECPs available through the Return to the Workplace Planning Team or by contacting your Designated Safety Officer (DSO).View the Environmental Control Procedure List →
Building/Facilities Operations, Systems, & Management Frequently Asked Questions
EH&S answers frequently asked questions (FAQs) about COVID-19 risks and safety approaches in buildings and work operations for building managers, operators, and other administrators.Visit Building/Facilities Operations, Systems, & Management FAQs →
Remote Work Ergonomics
Many Harvard community members transitioned to remote work during COVID-19, and some may face challenges setting up ergonomically correct remote workstations. Our ergonomic resources and services address the needs of remote workers.
For ergonomic-related assistance, please contact your school/unit Designated Safety Officer (DSO) by completing a virtual ergonomic evaluation request.
Audience: Building & Facility Managers/FMO Custodial
CD Number: CD072A
Safe storage and use of flammable hand sanitizer in Massachusetts.
Audience: Building Electrical Equipment Operators/Qualified Electrical Workers
CD Number: CD035B
Helps Harvard's qualified electrical workers, or employees who may operate building electrical equipment, choose the right face covering for specific tasks.
Audience: Residential Student Housing
CD Number: CD083A
Modified COVID-19 evacuation procedures, including cooking safety tips to reduce potential fire alarms.
Updated April 20, 2022
CD Number: CD048A
Learn about proper fit, use, and care of disposable and reusable cloth face coverings.
CD Number: CD015B
Helps procurement staff identify and purchase masks across Harvard, including cloth face covering fit and fabric guidance.
EH&S is revising Face Coverings/Masks/Respirators: Selection & Procurement. Please contact EH&S with questions.
Audience: HUHS/HUMS/HSDM Clinic
CD Number: CD074B
Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements for transporting COVID-19 patient samples for testing.
Updated September 7, 2021
CD Number: CD086B
Interim guidance for supervisors responding to a positive COVID-19 diagnosis in the workplace. The flowchart includes roles, notifications, and steps for cleaning and disinfection, communicating to staff and building tenants, and handling related absences following a positive COVID-19 diagnosis.
Audience: Building & Facility Managers
CD Number: CD046A
Reopening guidance for facility managers about water, pests, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) after prolonged facility shutdowns or reduced operations.
CD Number: CD044B
Reusable safety glasses, goggles, and face shield information.
Audience: Departmental Administrators, Building Managers, & University Planners
CD Number: CD091B
This calculator helps building managers assess room and space ventilation, including masked occupant room use for various activities and unmasked occupant room use in spaces designated for eating and drinking. Use the calculator with Room and Space Use General Guidance: Masked Occupants.
CD Number: CD064B
Surface disinfectant safety and procurement.
An overview of regulatory requirements and guidance from federal, Massachusetts, local government, and official Harvard sources to help wiith COVID-19 planning. The activity-specific recommendations and public health information previously found in the matrix has moved to Harvard University Guidance for On Campus Activity.