Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (UC): The campuses are prepared to receive the UC community in its face-to-face return

With the aim of ensuring that the massive return of those who study and work at UC can be carried out optimally, the cleaning teams dependent on the People’s Directorate carried out a series of cleaning tasks in the institution’s facilities during February.

This Monday, February 28, the face-to-face and massive return of those who work at the Catholic University of Chile will take place, and days later students from various careers will also progressively join the UC university campuses.

It is precisely with the purpose of optimally supporting this massive return that during the month of February the work teams of the cleaning service dependent on the Department of Management of Services and External Companies of the Personnel Directorate , as well as external collaborators, have carried out different tasks to prepare all the spaces of the university and thus officially welcome the new academic year.

Carolina Farías, head of the Services Management Department and External Companies, says that exhaustive and arduous work has been carried out so that those who make up the UC community can fully resume their functions, without setbacks, also considering that there will be a greater turnout on campus and UC facilities, an issue that had been limited by the restrictions imposed by the pandemic and the needs for social distancing.

To favor this process, those who make up the teams in charge of cleaning even carried out training.

“The work carried out by the cleaning service officials and collaborators is essential in this face-to-face return and in the internal COVID-19 protocols” – Carolina Farías, head of the Services Management Department and External Companies, People Management.

“We highlight the teamwork and continuous improvement that UC cleaning service officials have developed, who during February had the opportunity to participate in training to strengthen these concepts and prepare for this new period that is beginning,” says Carolina Farías. .

She adds that “the work carried out by the cleaning service officials and collaborators is essential in this face-to-face return and in the internal COVID-19 protocols.”

In the middle of last year, the first groups of people who work in cleaning and gardens began to integrate into the UC in the context of the internalization process that the university has promoted in recent years. It is estimated that by the end of this year all the people who carry out these tasks will join the university.

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