E PVAMU Level 3 Actions to consider 1 Continue all Level 1 2 actions 2 If not

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E. PVAMU Level 3 Actions to consider: 1. Continue all Level 1 & 2 actions. 2. If not already enacted, reconsider adjusting, reducing, limiting or suspending classes and special events. 3. Consider discontinuation of (or minimize) routine health care. 4. Every available resource should be employed to reduce the spread of illness and provide services to those who are impacted by the disease. 5. The University should consider alteration of administrative activities except those deemed essential. 6. All departmental should review and ensure they can activate business continuity plans.
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7. Evaluate ability to provide enhanced IT support to accommodate increased telecommunications and if necessary start procuring needed IT support items. 8. Re-communicate policies regarding leave and essential/non-essential personnel. 9. Environmental Health & Safety and Health Center will meet to determine and make recommendations if the Emergency Operations Center needs to be activated. F. PVAMU Level 4 Actions 1. Continue all Level 1, 2 and 3 actions. 2. Maintain constant communication with the Health Departments. 3. If not already activated, activate Emergency Operations Center now. 4. Medical assistance, housing, telecommuting, and other assistance should be fully utilized to reduce infection and support those who are ill, while maintaining essential university operational duties. 5. Enhance the medical support to accommodate increased isolation. 6. Activate the point(s) of distribution. 7. Initiate planning for recovery as needed. G. General Actions for Suspension of University Functions 1. Initiate Emergency Operations Plans to ensure essential duties are performed, as necessary. 2. Students remaining on campus due to travel constraints will be consolidated per the Department of Residence Life protocols. 3. Support will be provided to students remaining on campus. 4. The operations of Dining Services will be adjusted per Dining Services Protocols. 5. Conduct alternate forms of education to the extent possible (e.g., internet classes). 6. Provide increased security for the on-campus housing and non-critical facilities as they begin to shut down. 7. Maintain a essential financial operation. H. Recovery 1. Provide necessary communications regarding the status of the University. 2. Follow federal, state, and local recommendations regarding recovery.
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3. Resume normal administrative functions. 4. Resume normal academic/research functions VI. Direction and Control A. General The President of the University retains authority for making decisions affecting the University. All decisions to be made should be based on federal, state, and/or local recommendations/mandates. These decisions may include issuing travel advisories, suspending mass gatherings (including classes), suspending research, suspending normal university operations, and resumption of university operations.
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