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Facilities COVID Service Changes & Best Practices

Florida State University is taking aggressive steps to prevent the spread of disease, such as COVID-19, by minimizing individual interactions while also enhancing its existing cleaning and disinfection practices. This cannot be achieved without the help and understanding of the entire campus community.

To meet campus needs for increased sanitation of common spaces, custodial staff will no longer routinely enter personal office spaces to clean or collect trash from desk-side bins.

Personal best practices to follow while on campus

  • Wear a mask
  • Maintain social distancing (at least 6 feet apart) wherever possible
  • Wash hands and/or use hand sanitizer frequently
  • If you have access to sanitized wipes, try to use them to clean door handles, light switches, keyboard, and other items in and around your workspace
  • Properly dispose of wipes, gloves, and masks in the trash can

Enhanced Cleaning

Building Services is committed to enhancing, providing, and maintaining clean, safe, and sanitary conditions for all academic, administrative, and support buildings...

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Trash and Recycling Services

Beginning July 2020, FSU Facilities will be installing community waste stations across campus...

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Air Quality

As a precautionary measure, the HVAC air filtration system has been evaluated for all campus buildings...

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Water Fountains & Hydration Stations

Building Services staff cleans and disinfects the water fountains and hydrations stations...

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Plexiglass Installation

All requests for plexiglass installation should go through the FSU Master Craftsman Studio...

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Environmental Health & Safety

As the University returns to normal operations, EH&S has compiled a few resources that can be used as guides in aiding you to plan and identify any potential disruptions and effectively address any safety concerns...

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References & Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

World Health Organization (WHO):

United States Environmental Protection Agency: