Important Information on Health Safety in Our Premises

Aalto University Executive Education Ltd takes the Covid-19 situation extremely seriously and takes every precaution to make sure that our clients, employees, and guests are safe.

21.4.2022

[updated on April 21, 2022 at 14:40]

We aim to ensure safe participation in our program deliveries and events held at our premises with various measures.

Program participation

As the restrictions set by the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland (AVI) have gradually been lifted, our program deliveries take place mainly onsite. We aim to also offer the possibility to attend online (and possibly arrange hybrid deliveries) when applicable. Our program staff is responsible for all the arrangements and our participants are informed about the possible delivery formats in due time. You can only attend onsite when you are in full health.

General instructions to our participants, personnel, and guests

Symptoms. We kindly ask you to take part in our programs onsite only when you are in full health. If you suffer from any respiratory symptoms, fever etc., we request you to take part in the training online, provided that this option is viable in the program. You cannot attend our program deliveries onsite if you experience any symptoms. 

Face masks. Masks are no longer required in the classrooms, customer premises or in the office, but may be used if wished for personal protection in crowded places, or when it is difficult to avoid close contact. Wearing a mask is recommended especially when you know you have been exposed to COVID-19, or actual COVID-19 infection can be suspected.

Hand hygiene. Good hand hygiene is vital. We have several points around our premises for disinfecting your hands, both in our classrooms as well as in the lounge areas.

Safety distance. We recommend that during the day, whenever possible, a safety distance is maintained in relation to other guests, faculty, and personnel in all situations, also outside the classrooms.

Catering. Breaks and lunch times are spread throughout the day to minimize unnecessary contacts and overcrowding between the participant groups.