In this fourteenth issue of the newsletter "Work", discover an interview with Floriane Lavanchy, deputy head of the Security group, who tells about the work currently carried out on campus by the agents of the Security, Environment, Prevention service (UniSEP). You will also find useful information about online computer courses for staff. Finally, we focus on UNIL's measures and services in favour of families. The next newsletter will be published at the end of May, following the Federal Council's situation report on 27 May. It will be mainly devoted to the responses that UNIL will give to the announcements of the political authorities. The Coronacell is currently working on scenarios for the partial and gradual reopening of the campus for employees from 8 June, in line with the date given at this stage by the Federal Council for a further softening of health protection measures.
Same missions, new practices
"Our checks are intended to protect people."
While the vast majority of the university community works or studies at home, the eight Security, Environment, Prevention (UniSEP) agents are on duty 24 hours a day on campus. Interview with their coordinator Floriane Lavanchy, Deputy Head of the Security Group.
Online computer courses for staff
Despite their cancellation due to Covid-19, part of the IT Centre's in-person courses are now available in the form of online training sessions. These courses are live and in an interactive format to allow participants to interact and ask questions. Click here to register.
The Unithèque cafeteria will be closed all day this Friday, May 22nd. The restaurant of l'Unithèque will also be closed at noon but will open at 6:30 pm.
Life goes on : UNIL supports families, in all their diversity
In the aftermath of May 15, the International Day of Families, the Office of Equality offers an overview of UNIL's measures and benefits in favour of work-family-study balance.
Discover also the testimonial of a father who has just been granted leave to take care of his baby.