As the laboratory continues to implement the Return to Onsite Work Plan, we want to maximize the distance between people on site to meet social distancing guidelines. The density of occupants inside a building is critical to minimizing the spread of germs or viruses. For many buildings on the Batavia site, the occupancy density is monitored at the division level. If you work in Wilson Hall, a new online tool is available to help manage workspace planning. The tool enables employees to reserve a spot on one of the Wilson Hall floors for a specified date, which will help maintain a safe number of employees working on each floor.
Prior to coming on site and reporting to work, employees who will be working in Wilson Hall should visit the tool, log in with Services credentials and create a reservation for a specified floor and date. If the maximum occupancy for that floor has been reached for the given date (under the guidance for COVID-19), then the employee will not be able to work on the specified floor for the chosen date, but can choose a different available location or date. Employees will be allowed to create any number of reservations, but only a single reservation can be made for any given date.
To learn more about using the tool, please visit the web page at https://fess-app.fnal.gov/app/COVID19Survey/ and click on the question mark “Help” button in the upper right-hand corner or click here.
Questions? Contact Mark Jeffers.