In the current health context, USMB's priorities are to protect students and staff, to contain the spread of the virus in order to preserve the activities and dynamism of the institution.
We give you the opportunity to read the regulatory documents concerning the functioning of the USMB during the COVID-19 health crisis
Travel arrangements as of April 3, 2021 (7pm)
Travel arrangements for your activities at the university
Summary in the form of an infographic
- Orders relating to the organisational plan
- Plan - Organizational arrangements for the start of the academic year 2020-2021 - as of 25/02/2021
- Model of specific prevention plan
- Sports Department Physical Activity Resumption Protocol
- Organization of university library services
- Monitoring for virus occurrence and management of contaminated agents
- Instructions for receiving and sending materials
- Health guidelines for the organization and holding of meetings
- Operating procedure for the use of service vehicles
- List of criteria for defining vulnerable persons at risk of developing a severe form of Covid-19 / SARS-CoV-2 infection
- OHS reflex sheet during Covid 19 period
- Details of cleaning services for the premises
- Description of the sanitary kit and protective equipment
- Procedure for reporting a COVID case of a staff member
- Procedure for reporting a student's COVID case
- Procedure for alerting and communicating a COVID case
- Sanitary instructions for the organization of chemistry, biology and materials TPs
- Organization of the telework of BIATSS personnel during periods of confinement - Version of the October 31, 2020
Teaching room capacity per campus :
From Ministry of Higher Education, research and Innovation :
- Recommendations on the conditions for opening university libraries
- National protocol to ensure the health and safety of employees
- Circular of 22 January 2021: Progressive resumption of the teachings
- Circular of 15 February 2021 : Covid 19 Pandemic Student Internships
- Circular of 15 February 2021: New rules for student and scientific mobility and adaptations for the current campaign
- Sanitary protocol: Organization of examination areas and competitions dedicated to students
Compliance with the general data protection regulation
In the current sanitary and epidemiological context relating to covid-19, and in application of the ministerial directives in force, it is the responsibility of the University of Savoie Mont Blanc to organise the system aimed at limiting the spread of the virus in the establishment by listing the various cases (positive, contact, person at risk) in order to allow :
- the establishment of internal warning and protection measures and the continuity of the necessary educational and administrative activities,
- reporting to the public authorities in charge of public health (ARS) of the relevant data from the perimeter of the establishment.
The data collected are treated confidentially and exclusively by authorised persons of the establishment (Covid referent, preventive medicine service and student health service). They are transmitted to the competent public authorities (ARS) and to the CROUS (if applicable). This information is kept for the duration of the management of the health crisis and then anonymised for management and statistical purposes.
In accordance with the General Regulations on Data Protection (RGPD) and the Law of 28 January 1978 as amended (Data Protection Act), you can access information about you by contacting the covid referent of the establishment email@example.com.
You also have the possibility to contact the Data Protection Officer of the institution (DPO@grenet.fr). If your request is not taken into account, you have the possibility to send a complaint to the CNIL.