COVID-19 (Coronavirus) information

This section contains procedures and guidance relating to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). 

COVID-19 risk assessment

A risk assessment must be completed before staff members return to work on campus. It considers how to restrict Coronavirus (COVID-19) transmission in the workplace. It also identifies control measures to protect staff and others from infection.

Complete the risk assessment 

Example risk assessments

In person teaching checklist

A checklist has been produced to ensure all teaching activities on campus are compliant with Scottish Government requirements and our risk assessments.

Risk assessment for the University of Stirling

A risk assessment has been undertaken by the University. This maps out what measures will be put in place to minimise the risk of transmission of Coronavirus to staff and students.

Scottish Government COVID-19 Occupational Risk Assessment

The Scottish Government has produced guidance which includes a COVID-19 Occupational Risk Assessment Tool and accompanying guidance. ​The aim is to assess a staff member's vulnerability and help put measures in place for their return to the workplace. ​

​All staff returning to work on campus are required to complete the Scottish Government COVID-19 Occupational Risk Assessment with their managers. Completion of this will give a staff member their COVID-age. 

The COVID-age will allow staff to identify their individual level of vulnerability. This outcome, along with a workplace risk assessment, should be the basis of a discussion between a member of staff and their manager. The aim is to ensure a safe return to work. 

range of tools, guidance and the form can be found on the Scottish Government website.

Further Occupational Health input

In most cases, only those with a COVID-age over 80 will require further input from Occupational Health.

Visit our page for information on how to make a referral. Note: turnaround time for occupational health advice typically takes around 5 to 7 working days.

Return to campus guidance

The University has published guidance on measures adopted to ensure buildings and spaces can be used safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. These have been informed by the latest government and health and safety advice. This document is available as a PDF, though this will be published in an accessible format in accordance with legislation, in the coming weeks.