CSU Channel Islands is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our community. This goal is required by a framework of law and regulation, and moreover, by ethical and leadership values that are consistent with the University mission. In support of this goal, the Environment, Health and Safety office develops written programs in conformance with these laws and values and provides related services, consultation and training. In short, we collaborate with the Campus community to protect human health and the environment.

Tenets of work

We strive to prevent problems rather than react to losses, find collaborative solutions, and carefully conserve resources by producing administrative procedures that are as simple and efficient as possible while still effectively serving University interests.

  • COVID-19 Testing
    • Register for an appointment. PLEASE NOTE: an appointment is REQUIRED.
  • CDPH Isolation& Quarantine Guidelines
  • PPE  (mask, sanitizer, cleaning wipes
    • Ordering PPE: Procurement maintains an inventory of some Personal Protection Supplies for immediate delivery including items such as: gloves, goggles, masks (N95, cloth, surgical), disinfecting wipes, hand sanitizer, disinfectant sprays.
  • Voluntary Use N95 Request Process
  • Release of Isolation Form - Positive COVID-19
    • Contact Tracing Team approval is required before you return to in-person activities
  • COVID-19 Safety Protocols for Professional Visitors, Vendors, Contractors CSUCI COVID19 Protocols Vendor and Contractors 2022
  • A few Definitions:
    • “Close contact” means being within six feet of a COVID-19 case for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or greater in any 24-hour period within or overlapping with the “high-risk exposure period” defined by this section. This definition applies regardless of the use of face coverings.
        • There is an exemption if a close contact has been trained on the use of and is wearing a N95 respirator at all times during the contact.  If not, then the definition above applies.
    • High-risk exposure period” means the following time period:
      • For COVID-19 persons who develop COVID-19 symptoms, from two days before they first develop symptoms until all of the following are true: it has been 10 days since symptoms first appeared, 24 hours have passed with no fever, without the use of fever-reducing medications, and symptoms have improved.
      • For COVID-19 cases who never develop COVID-19 symptoms, from two days before until 10 days after the specimen for their first positive test for COVID-19 was collected
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