Face to face teaching during covid lockdown

HG Bell made this Freedom of Information request to Glasgow Caledonian University

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Dear Glasgow Caledonian University,

Please give the name of the person or persons (if a committee decision) who authorised face-to-face teaching to be delivered on-campus and at the EICC during the current covid lockdown.

Yours faithfully,

HG Bell

Dear Glasgow Caledonian University,

Not EICC as per previous template request which is in connection with only one university in the central belt. Regards

Yours faithfully,

HG Bell

Dear Glasgow Caledonian University,

Personal name not required. Job title of people who make this decisions for your institution please.

Yours faithfully,

HG Bell

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'Please give the name of the person or persons (if a committee decision) who authorised face-to-face teaching to be delivered on-campus during the current covid lockdown. Personal name not required. Job title of people who make this decisions for your institution please.'

Yours sincerely
Hazel Lauder

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Dear Mr/Ms Bell
I refer to your request for information below.

There was no blanket approval for on campus teaching. A decision on specific proposals for on campus teaching is made on a case by case basis by the University’s Executive Board, chaired by the Principal and Vice-Chancellor, and includes the Student Association President.

Approval may be granted only after the following assurance process has been completed successfully: -

Phase 1 Initial review of proposal including rationale for access to campus to conduct teaching or research activity from the relevant area.
Phase 2 A full risk assessment of any campus activity (including face to face teaching) that is considered potentially viable at phase 1.
Phase 3 Review of risk assessment by a multi-agency co-ordinating board ensuring the proposal meets current Government guidelines and the University’s safe return to campus principles.
Phase 4 Scrutiny from the Health Safety and Wellbeing Committee which includes trade union representation.

Please find attached a review notice setting out the steps you may take if you are not satisfied with the response provided to your request.

Yours Sincerely
Hazel Lauder

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