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ORMS Training - Shared screen with speaker view
nlonhart
25:27
can you remind us why there are people in the on-site system who are not on-site?
Kate Kuhns
31:26
Is this only for staff, faculty, & lecturers, or do we also need to include visiting scholars or other visitors? We have some that continued in the area, but they need to get back in to space to drop off library books and keys when they leave.
lagwagon
31:26
Should we add staff who make a one-off visit to collect office items etc.?
michelle jaross
32:54
The system initially captured all staff employees who are essential. Some essential roles required to maintain business continuity are required to work on-site while others can work off-site. Going forward, we are asking schools/units to focus their efforts on ensuring all employees required to work on-site are in the ORMS system with applicable dates they are required on-site.
Kate Kuhns
34:56
Thank you!
garyh
37:25
If we have entered an essential staff in ORMS and they have COVID symptoms and instructed by OHC to self isolate for 14 days, Do these employees get edited or do we need to change the status?
michelle jaross
37:58
One thing I forgot to mention is that everyone who has system access will be able to see everyone across SU who is approved on-site.
michelle jaross
39:09
If someone has been ordered to self-isolate by Occ Health, you will see the date they are cleared to return onsite, automatically in the compliance reporting section of the report.
garyh
40:16
Thank you!
Kate Kuhns
01:09:42
Thank you!
Jennifer Orbe
01:09:59
https://hr.stanford.edu/systems/site-role-management-system
Kathleen Dickey
01:10:28
Thanks!
lisa boissier
01:11:01
If we see any problems with the system, where do we report them?
lisa boissier
01:12:01
Thanks!
Jennifer Orbe
01:12:03
essential_roles_systems_team@lists.stanford.edu