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FAQ on emergency operation
2.1. What are the opening times of the university buildings?
Access to the University of Konstanz takes place via risk assessments by the group leaders or superiors to the dean. In principle, access to the buildings of the University of Konstanz during presence operations is subject to conditions workdays (Monday to Saturday) between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. possible. People who entered a building before 9 p.m. do not have to leave it at 9 p.m. So anyone who has been in the building since then can stay in it. Only access is no longer possible from this point in time. All persons who enter the university are required to register as listed under 1.3.1 and 1.3.2.
- The entrance at the i-Punkt is open Monday to Saturday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
- The entrance at the bus stop line 9 is open Monday to Friday from 7.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Access outside of these times is one-time if required then possible if the responsible persons (e.g. working group leaders) register this in good time (by 1 p.m. for the following day and 1 p.m. on Friday for the following Monday) by e-mail to [email protected] (see special edition des EIN | BLICK from April 28, 2020).
People who need access to the university buildings after 9 p.m. and on Sundays / public holidays must still be registered and kept on a separate list. As a manager, please register people who need access during the week outside of the regular access times by 1 p.m. on the previous working day for the following day. For access on Sundays and public holidays, registration must be made by 10 a.m. on the previous working day.
24/7 access can only be granted when an imperative is confirmed. Please explain this need and send your request by email to the head of your working group. The work group leaders are also responsible for 24/7 access. They are asked to forward the registrations to Facility Management ([email protected]) - after checking the content and if they have given their consent. Facility Management keeps the lists and places them in the university cloud for formal review by the deans.
2.2. Opening times of the post office and the receiving department
The post office and the receiving department are open for you via the normal routes and entrances and during the regular opening times.
2.3. Opening times of the scientific workshops
The workshop building is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment. However, it is still necessary that you make an appointment in advance by phone or e-mail with the desired contact person.
For Short stays in the workshops of less than fifteen minutes, e.g. B. for job meetings or collections, one is enough Registration on site in compliance with hygiene regulations. Further information is attached at the entrances to the workshop building and the individual team entrances.
Please check in advance whether your request can also be processed without direct contact, i.e. preferably by e-mail, telephone or video conference.
Please do one Mouth and nose protection with you, which you always use when you use traffic routes or when the distance regulation cannot be adhered to.
All persons who enter building W must register on the corresponding access list (members of the university or external companies) at the entrances to W 5 and sign out again when leaving the building.
In detail is that On-site operation under the conditions and restrictions specified in the Corona Ordinance in the scientific workshops as follows:
1. Subject "Electronics"
"Electronics development" team: Harald Kautz, Tel .: 2409, and Harald Richter, Tel .: 2213 or by email at [email protected]
"Service Center" team: Thomas Trenker, Tel .: 2764, and Daniel Rittlinger, Tel .: 2277 or by email: [email protected]
Collection warehouse for electronic components: Bernhard Obert, Tel .: 2408 or by email: [email protected]
2. Subject "Audiovisual Media"
The printing service and the graphic office are open during the core working hours of
Open from 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and from 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. or by appointment.
"Graphic design" team: Sylvia Baur, Tel .: 4306, and Nadia Haji, Tel .: 4317 or by email: [email protected]
"Printing Service" team: Günther Merk and Andreas Steinebrunner, Tel .: 2518 or by email: [email protected]
3. Subject "Mechanics"
"Precision Mechanics" team: Rosario Dold, Tel .: 2544, and Ingmar Jäger, Tel .: 4146 or by email: [email protected]uni.kn
"Apparatus construction" team: Ekkehard Moser, Tel .: 2203, and Christoph Löble, Tel .: 3751 or by email: [email protected]
Team "wood / plastic technology": Georg Ritzi, Tel .: 2226, and Peter Nietsch, Tel .: 2226 or by email: [email protected]
"Mechanics Service" team: Peter Romer, Tel .: 4822 or by email: [email protected]
"Glass apparatus construction" team: Christian Müller, Tel .: 2706 or by email: [email protected]
2.4. Key management opening times
The key management is currently open at the following opening times:
Monday: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Wednesday: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.
Please check first whether direct personal contact is absolutely necessary. This is usually only the case when keys and transponders are issued.
2.5. Is university sports open?
Seezeit has adjusted its gastronomic offer due to the updated general Corona regulation of the state of Baden-Württemberg. So there is take away food and drinks only. Please note that the seats are no longer available. Due to this new regulation, the registration of the contact data will not be necessary until further notice.
The Al students is open Monday to Friday from 8.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. There is a daily changing range of hot dishes, drinks and snacks.
The mobile campus café is also open Monday to Friday from 8.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. In addition to coffee specialties, sandwiches and sweet baked goods are on offer.
Please pay in both facilities if possible with a card.
The canteen and cafeteria will remain closed.
All current information
2.6.1. Please dispose of to-go packaging correctly
Seezeit informs about the given occasion correct disposal of to-go packaging: Both the boxes and the spoons belong - although biodegradable - in the residual waste. The boxes are made from sugar cane, the spoons from the bioplastic PLA. This material takes 90 days to rot, but the composting plants usually work every six weeks. Therefore, they sort out material that has not yet rotted away.
For this reason, please dispose of the to-go packaging and the spoons directly in the residual waste. The Wooden spoons can be thrown in the organic waste. Many Thanks!
2.6.2. Notes on serving open meals (catering) on campus
The Serving of open meals on campus, especially in the form of catering, In accordance with Section II.7 of the General Hygiene Regulations for Infection Protection against SARS-CoV2 of the University of Konstanz, it is not permitted to hold meetings on the university premises or in university buildings (e.g. open buffets). Catering is possible if food and drinks are packaged and the participants get their portions individually in compliance with the distance and hygiene rules can pick up. Please ask the caterer for advice on the options for serving food under corona conditions.
This does not affect the activities of the Seezeit student union in its area of responsibility. This means that you can continue to use the limited Seezeit offer on site.
Hygiene regulations of the University of Konstanz
2.7. No consumption of food in the foyer or entrance area
In order to prevent group formation and to keep the risk of infection as low as possible, we ask you urgently not to eat meals in any area of the foyer or entrance area of the university. Please also remember that in the affected areas and on all traffic routes in the buildings of the University of Konstanz the It is compulsory to wear a mouth and nose covering applies.
2.7.1. Break opportunities on campus
Against the background of the current infection situation, it is still important to avoid gathering people on campus, especially when eating. This is how the stay and consumption of food in the foyer and in the entrance areas of the university are still not permitted.
If a meal break is necessary, e.g. because you B. If you are employed as a student assistant at the university, we strongly recommend that you include your meal at your workplace to take in. If that isn't possible, plan yours Please take a meal break outdoors outside the university building (please note that a mask is required on campus outside the building). This also applies if you z. B. take part in a face-to-face event in the morning and have booked a workplace in the library for the afternoon or vice versa. Please always observe the applicable distance and hygiene rules. Many Thanks!
Contact responsible department: Tilo Prautzsch, facility management
2.8. How do I get access to cleaning products?
If you need cleaning agents in addition to the regular cleaning of your office by the cleaning company responsible for the University of Konstanz, the university will provide you with a cleaning agent as part of an initial set-up.In addition to a household cleaner, this includes a five-liter bucket and cleaning rags. This initial equipment is distributed via the glass warehouse of the University of Konstanz on level L5. You need an appointment for the collection. You can use this link to register in the appointment system. Detailed information can be found on the website of the glass warehouse.
The costs for the initial equipment with cleaning agents are borne centrally by the university for all areas. You do not need to submit a request for this initial equipment.
Background and instructions: Since coranaviruses have an envelope made of a double-layer lipid layer, they can be rendered harmless by surfactants (soap, detergents and dishwashing detergents, etc.) that can dissolve them. Hence a Cleaning with a soapy solution a good measure to prevent smear infection from contaminated surfaces. The same applies to shared work surfaces such as copiers / scanners. You do not need a disinfectant for this. Please wipe water-sensitive surfaces with a damp cloth soaked in a soap solution and then dry with a disposable towel, for example. Other areas, especially larger areas, should be washed off with a correspondingly larger amount of soap solution.
As viruses, unlike bacteria, cannot multiply in a wipe (for this they need the help of cells from suitable higher organisms), the rags can also be used several times. After use, the rags used should be washed out thoroughly and hung up to dry.
To protect yourself from virus transmission via potentially contaminated surfaces, it is recommended that you follow hygiene rules such as regular hand washing and keep your hands away from your face.
Further information on the website of the Federal Ministry of Health and on the website of the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment.
Please also note the hygiene information in the tile "Hygiene tips for the prevention of infectious diseases".
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