Status: 30.10.2020, valid from 01.11.2020

1. Preliminary remark

With its hygiene concept, the Städelschule contributes to maintaining the health and protection of its employees and students. All subsequent measures are based on the decrees of the Hessian state government, the Hessian Ministry of Science and Art and the hygiene recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute. The measures described are coordinated with the Staff Council and the Corona working group.

Teachers, staff and students are informed about the hygiene measures in the appropriate manner. The hygiene concept is regularly checked with regard to the validity of its contents and updated in case of changes or extensions: (https://www.staedelschule.de/de/calendar/coronavirus-aktuelle-hinweise)

2. General hygiene measures

The following hygiene regulations must be strictly adhered to. Each and every individual is responsible for appropriate personal hygiene:

  • Wear a mouth-nose-cover - In all buildings and all rooms it is fundamental to wear a mouth-nose cover all the time (see points 3ff). Employees and students are requested to bring their own mouth-nose-covers. Keep at least 1.5 m distance between yourself and other persons. The maximum number of persons in the room is also linked to the distance requirement, it depends on the conditions in the existing rooms. For all rooms a maximum occupancy is determined.
  • Washing hands - Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap. In addition, there are hand disinfectant dispensers at several locations throughout the university that can be used.
  • Maintain respiratory hygiene - When coughing or sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with a bent elbow or a handkerchief and dispose of it immediately.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth if possible - hands can absorb viruses and transmit them through mucous membranes in the face!
  • Avoid hand contact - Avoid unnecessary hand contact, e.g. shaking hands or hugging. If possible, do not touch publicly accessible objects such as door handles or elevator buttons with your full hand or fingers.
  • Ventilate regularly - ventilate work rooms about once an hour for approx. 5 minutes (shock ventilation/cross ventilation).
  • If you feel ill - Please inform the personnel department immediately and go home or stay at home.

3. Principles for university-specific room uses

Basic information

  • Teaching will take place in the winter semester 2020/21 in a hybrid form with focus on classroom teaching (as far as possible).
  • Staying on the premises are to be as short as possible, and students are to leave the building immediately after the activity. As few people as possible should stay in the university buildings.
  • The Hausmeisterei is available Mo-Fr from 8-20 o'clock. During this period the building is open.
  • The respective lecturer is responsible for compliance with the corona regulations.
  • Classes in attendance can be held in the following rooms - a reservation must be made to ensure that the room is cleaned between classes:  
Room                                          Max. number of persons                                  Reservation and registration via                                        
Aula 20 Martina Cooper and Kunstkoordination
I9 17 Martina Cooper and Kunstkoordination
Daimler Mensa 16 Martina Cooper and Kunstkoordination

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • It is mandatory to respect the specified maximum occupancy.  
  • A mouth-nose cover must be worn in all rooms. The mouth-nose-cover should be worn even if the persons in the room are in their place and keep the distance.
  • For the purpose of tracing chains of infection, attendance lists must be kept (check-in & -out areas in Dürerstraße and Daimlerstraße).
  • If necessary, work equipment used should be personalized as far as possible. If this is not possible, cleaning must be provided before handing over to other persons. It is not necessary to disinfect work equipment when taking over or handing it over.
  • If visible signs of illness (such as coughing, sweating, etc.) are noticed at participants or teachers, the event must be stopped immediately and the university management informed.
  • The relevant rules of hygiene and conduct will be posted in the rooms.
  • Disposable masks, cleaning/disinfectants and paper towels are provided (contact person: Hausmeisterei).

Studio/workrooms

  • A maximum occupancy is defined for each room, see Appendix: Room Occupancy ; Teaching-plan
  • Teachers and students can stay and work there, subject to the maximum number of people per room.
  • For the purpose of tracing chains of infection, attendance lists must be kept (check-in areas).
  • A mouth-nose cover must be worn in all rooms without exceptions. Even if the persons in the room are in their place and keep the distance, the mouth-nose cover should be worn.
  • The Hausmeisterei or designated personnel will regularly check randomly the occupancy and the observance of the hygiene and distance rules in the rooms.
  • Tools, work equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE - protective goggles, hearing protection) are to be used as far as possible on a personal basis.
  • If this is not possible, cleaning must be provided before handing over to other persons. It is not necessary to disinfect tools and work pieces when taking over or handing them over; PPE must be disinfected.
  • The relevant rules of hygiene and conduct shall be displayed in the rooms.
  • In rooms with existing hand-washing basins or sinks, these are equipped with soap and paper towels as well as a waste container for paper disposal.
  • Disposable masks, cleaning/disinfectants and paper towels are provided.

Meetings, sessions

Meetings and committee meetings on site should be limited to what is really necessary. Attention should be paid to compliance with general hygiene measures. These implementation details are to be coordinated with the university management.

The following measures are to be considered:

  • Wearing a mouth-nose-cover, even when the participants are sitting in their seats.
  • It is mandatory to respect the specified maximum occupancy for the rooms.
  • For the purpose of tracing chains of infection, attendance lists must be kept (check-in areas).
  • The doors must be kept open before the beginning and after the end of the session to avoid touching the door handles as much as possible.
  • The room is to be furnished or marked in such a way that the usable seats with a safety distance can be clearly identified.
  • Microphones must always be provided with a disposable protective cover that can be removed. This cover must be changed and disposed of after each speech.
  • Disposable masks, cleaning agents and paper towels are available (contact: Hausmeisterei.

Library

  • There is a limited number of loans in the library
  • A mouth-nose cover must be worn, even when sitting and working.
  • Clean or disinfect hands before/at entry.
  • For the purpose of tracing chains of infection, attendance lists must be kept (check-in areas).

Offices and administration

  • Working in home office is still partially possible and for security reasons at least partially desired.
  • Ideally, offices should be occupied by only one employee at a time. Otherwise, it is essential to keep the minimum distances and wear a mouth-nose-cover.
  • Work equipment should be used by only one person at a time and should be cleaned before passing it on if necessary.
  • In particular, surfaces and objects that are used by many people (door handles, kitchenettes, photocopiers, etc.) can be cleaned more thoroughly on their own with a common cleaning agent.
  • The use of traffic routes (e.g. stairs, doors, elevators, etc.) must be observed in such a way that the safety distance can be observed.
  • If possible, separate entrances and exits should be signposted to avoid oncoming traffic.
  • Access doors should be left open until the beginning of unavoidable events and at the end.
  • If waiting times cannot be excluded, accesses in front of rooms can be marked with distance markings.
  • Access to rooms and leaving them should be done one after the other, individually.
  • During breaks, care must be taken to ensure that the distance is maintained.
  • Single trips with the Städelschule car are to be preferred. The Städelschule vehicle must be ventilated and cleaned after use (cockpit, steering wheel). This applies analogously to company bicycles.

Mensa

The following measures are to be considered:

  • Wearing a mouth-nose-cover until you reach your seat.

  • It is mandatory to respect the maximum number of people allowed in the room and at the seats.
  • For the purpose of tracing chains of infection, attendance lists must be kept (check-in areas).
  • The doors must be kept open before the beginning and after the end of the session to avoid touching the door handles as far as possible.
  • The room is to be furnished or marked in such a way that the usable seats with a safety distance can be clearly identified.

Portikus

The following measures are to be considered:

  • A mouth-nose cover must be worn.
  • It is mandatory to respect the maximum number of persons allowed in the room. For this purpose, the relevant regulations of the State of Hesse and City of Frankfurt will be observed and adapted accordingly for the exhibition hall.
  • For the purpose of tracing chains of infection, attendance lists must be kept (check-in areas).
  • The doors must be kept open before the beginning and after the end of the session to avoid touching the door handles as far as possible.
  • The room is to be furnished or marked in such a way that the usable seats with a safety distance can be clearly identified.

Workshops / PC-Pools

  • The respective instructor at the workshop/PC-Pool is responsible for the instruction and supervision of the students.
  • In the workshops and pools, students must wear a mouth-and-nose cover.
  • For each workshop/workshop area/pool a maximum occupancy is determined.
  • For workshops/PC-Pool there might be schedules with allocated time slots for students in compliance with the hygiene regulations. The arrangements for this are made directly with the workshop/pool or employees.
  • For the purpose of tracing chains of infection, attendance lists must be kept (check-in areas).
  • Tools, work equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE - safety goggles, hearing protection) are to be used as personalized as possible.
  • If this is not possible, cleaning must be provided before handing over to other persons. It is not necessary to disinfect tools and work pieces when taking over or handing them over; PPE must be disinfected.
  • Keyboards must be cleaned regularly after use, disinfectants can be used.
  • In the workshops/pools the relevant hygiene and conduct rules are displayed.
  • In rooms with existing hand-washing basins or sinks, these are equipped with soap and paper towels as well as a waste container for paper disposal.
  • Disposable masks, cleaning/disinfectiants and paper towels are provided (contact person: Hausmeisterei).

3. Hygiene in the sanitary area/ in common rooms 


Sufficient liquid soap dispensers and disposable towels are provided and regularly refilled in all toilet rooms and common areas. In coordination with the chancellor, the inspection cycle for the presence of hygienic material and the cleaning cycle will be adjusted if necessary.

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