FS Campus Return Support Information
Resources and news about Facilities Services' return to campus efforts.
This page will be updated as additional information becomes available. Please check back often.
Custodial Summer Cleaning Schedule
Below is a summary of Facilities Services' custodial cleaning schedule for summer 2020 which focuses on cleaning the most common, high-touch areas on campus.
Cleaning & Disinfecting FAQs
If you have questions about the custodial cleaning and disinfecting process within Facilities Services, review our FAQs below.
For additional inquiries related to our services, email us at email@example.com.
How often will the areas in my building be cleaned?
Please see the Custodial Summer Cleaning Chart above.
How often will you be disinfecting high-touch areas?
Currently, Facilities Services is placing an emphasis on the daily cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch areas in restrooms and common areas. High-touch areas include doorknobs, stair railings, elevator buttons and restroom surfaces.
What kind of training has your custodial staff received?
Our custodial staff have been trained on the proper cleaning and disinfecting methods through EH&S' training curriculum, as well as the CDC's Guidelines for Cleaning and Disinfecting: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/disinfecting-building-facility.html
Are you using approved disinfectants to prevent the spread of COVID-19?
Yes, Facilities Services uses chemical disinfectants recommended by EH&S, the CDC and are listed on the EPA's List N, the approved list of products for use against SARS-coV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Will you be providing hand sanitizing stations?
Yes, hand sanitizers will be provided in all building main entrances and general assignment classrooms when they return to use. Facilities Services and our campus GIS partners have developed a visual map of all sanitizing locations. The map can be found, here.
Is Facilities providing additional cleaning resources to disinfect our own spaces?
Yes there are two options.
Facilities Services is providing a disinfecting kit for use in occupied spaces. This kit will provide an EPA approved, one-step surface disinfectant spray that does not require you to wear PPE and is effective in killing viruses left on a variety of surfaces. See flyer above. Orders can be placed for those currently working on UCR's main campus by clicking, here.
Additionally, for information on purchasing disinfectant supplies and other PPE for your department, view the Disinfectant Supplies Purchasing Guide above.
How do I clean a space if someone has informed us they have COVID-19?
Facilities Services, in partnership with EH&S, has protocols in place for the cleaning and disinfection of areas where there is a suspected or positive COVID-19 case. If you have a suspected case, per campus guidelines, report concerns to your department head and call the UCR COVID Hotline at 1- 844-827-6827 and they will guide callers from there.