UChicago Forward Signage

The signs below are designed to help units encourage health and safety protocols and best practices as members of the campus community return to University spaces. (While Facilities Services mounted signs on the exterior entrances and first floors of buildings early in the pandemic, now that many restrictions have eased and buildings have assigned “COVID-19 leads,” units are responsible for posting signs in their areas.) The variety of pre-populated signs here are in line with the University’s health and safety requirements and guidance from public health experts. Please print in color and display these signs throughout your offices, laboratories, and other spaces as appropriate.

To create custom signs, please use these templates and identity guidelines.

If you have questions, please contact coronavirusinfo@uchicago.edu.

Health & Safety Protocols

face-covering-all

Please Wear a Face Covering

health-and-safety-guidelines

General Health and Safety Guidelines

entering-building

COVID-19 Symptoms/Affirmation Before Entering Building

Use of Space/Social Distancing

pass-with-purpose

Pass with Purpose

common-areas

Common Area Guidance

no-more-than

Capacity Limits (Editable)

restrooms

Restroom Guidance

offices-cubicles

Office/Cubicle Guidance

Entrance/Space Closures

entrance closed

Entrance Closed

area tempoprarily

Area Temporarily Closed

do-not-prop

Area Temporarily Closed

Cleaning Protocols/Guidance

area has been cleaned

Area Cleaned/Ready to Use

electrobnic equipment

Instructions for Cleaning Electronic Equipment

electrobnic equipment

Instructions for Bleach-Based Cleansers

Lab-Specific Signage

lab-support

Lab Support Room Guidance

lab-support

General Lab Guidance

Eating & Drinking

unvaccinated

Unvaccinated Individuals Stay 6 Feet Apart When Eating

UChicago Forward Signs—Other/General Use

disinfectants-onepager

EPA: Steps for Safe & Effective Disinfectant Use

wash your hands

Handwashing Guidance

symptoms

CDC: Symptoms of Coronavirus

stop spread of germs

CDC: Stop the Spread of Germs