Employee COVID-19 Protocols
During the current pandemic state of emergency, the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) developed and established safety plans designed to maintain safe working and learning environments in its locations throughout the state. These plans include protocols and procedures that are aligned with federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines as well as state Executive Orders and health department procedures. While a state of emergency exists, KCTCS exercises its authority to implement additional precautions for student, employee, and community safety.
EMPLOYEES and COVID-19:
Faculty, staff, and administration must work together during these extraordinary times as required by KCTCS Administrative Procedure 2.0.2-P Employee Responsibilities and Corrective Action
How to Reduce Exposure:
- Follow KCTCS guidelines provided by your college
- These guidelines include:
- Taking federal and state recommended precautions
- Knowing the symptoms of COVID-19
Stay away from your campus when you are experiencing any of the following:
- Fever of 100.4F or higher
- Chills or Sweating regardless of actual temperature rating
- New Cough
- Difficulty Breathing
- Sore Throat
- Muscle aches, body aches
- Stomach upset or vomiting and diarrhea
- Loss of taste or smell
- Awaiting test results surrounding these or other symptoms
- Told to stay in self-isolation
- Link to current CDC symptoms:
If you begin to experience any of these symptoms while at school, you should contact your Instructor and leave immediately.
KCTCS has aligned isolation/quarantine protocols with the KY Department of Public Health. These guidelines can be found here. Additional protocols may be implemented at the local college level; please contact your Healthy at Work Officer for guidance specific to your college.