Building Environmental Services

Building Environmental Services

Daily cleaning and disinfecting protocols used by UNCSA Building Environmental Technicians are based on CDC and EPA recommended cleaning protocols and are scheduled three times during the day and again on second shift. In addition, Building Environmental Services has trained "Targeted Enhanced Disinfection" (TED) teams who are trained on advanced COVID-19 disinfection protocols. The TED teams are dispatched to areas where there has been a known positive COVID-19 person on campus within the last seven days.

Wipes and hand sanitizer dispensers are widely available and easily accessible for supplemental cleaning by students, faculty and staff per Community Health Standards.  Requests for wipes or hand sanitizer dispenser refills or other cleaning supplies can be made through a maintenance request.

If you have any questions, please contact the Director of Building Environmental Services, Donald Jackson: jacksond@uncsa.edu.

Directional and Distance signage, reminder mask signage, and hand sanitizer dispenser at the Mail Center.Reminder mask signage and occupancy signage on the doors of Campus Police.Putting together wipe sanitizer stations for dance studios.UNCSA Environmental Health and Safety Director reviews community protective equipment options.Distance signage and hand sanitizer dispensers near the Pickle Jar.Couches and the long bench seating near the Pickle Jar have been removed to create more space between tables.Both standing plexiglass partitions and desktop partitions were built. Protective screens around pianos on stage of Watson Hall.Cleaning duct work in the studios.HEPA/UV filter in practice room.Individual heating and air units in the residence halls are cleaned.Facilities installing air filters. Notice the blue light to the right? It is a UV light. Additional cleaning staff added.Desktop plexiglass partition is installed at the Dining Hall cashier station and hand sanitizer is available.Directional signage and barriers to help guide people in the Dining Hall.The bench seating has been removed and fewer tables and chairs are in the Dining Hall.Directional signage on the floors of first floor Gray building.