We are pleased to have welcomed some students, faculty and staff back to campus. This site provides information on health and safety measures and information you need to know before coming to campus. Check back regularly for new information and visit www.humber.ca/updates for the latest COVID-19 updates.
If you think you may have COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone who has COVID-19, please follow these instructions immediately.
The COVID Reporting email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and phone number (416.675.5007) are confidential. They are monitored by registered nurses from the Student Wellness and Accessibility Centre and members of the Occupational Health and Safety team. They will respond and consult with Toronto Public Health to determine next steps, if needed.
Please note that this not a 24/7 service. The email and phoneline will be monitored Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The email and phone number will not be monitored on public holidays. Responses can be expected in a timely manner, except at the end of the timeframe when a response will be given the next business day.
If you have an urgent situation that requires immediate attention, please contact public safety at 416.675.8500.
Please do not come to campus or attend placement until you have spoken with the a member of the COVID Reporting Health Team.
Health and Safety Measures
The health and well-being of our community remains our top priority as we gradually reopen our campuses. Below is a brief overview of the enhanced safety measures and guidelines to protect all students and employees.
Screening protocol in place for each time learners and employees access facilities
Required health and safety training and orientation
Reduced class sizes based on the size of physical training spaces to support physical distancing
Masks or face coverings are mandatory on campus. Please use this resource for how to wear a mask safely.
Enhanced cleaning and sanitization of equipment, tools and spaces
Where physical distancing is not possible, the introduction of additional health and safety protocols
In addition to health and safety measures, you will see new signage throughout our campus and facilities, informing our community about physical distancing and areas that are open and closed, and more. Here are some examples.