A set of return-to-work policies and procedures for W.K. Kellogg Biological Station research buildings was approved on July 7, 2020. The document includes information on building access, safety practices and training, and cleaning and sanitization plans.
KBS research reactivation and on-site work
Any person who plans to come to KBS to work or study must complete the following steps before coming on site:
- Take the MSU Environmental Health and Safety training.
- View a recording of the KBS Town Hall meeting.
- MSU health screening form (for each visit).
If you are working in a lab, you also must complete any training specific to that lab.
Any non-MSU scientists, educators, vendors and contractors whose work must occur inside any MSU facility must complete the MSU health screening form for visitors (it’s the last form listed). If the form cannot be completed online, the parties arranging to have the non-MSU individuals work inside a MSU facility must provide a paper form.
Visitor safety guidelines
Visitors to the W.K. Kellogg Bird Sanctuary, Kellogg Manor House or to public spaces on KBS grounds must observe safety and distancing guidelines.
MSU COVID-19 resources
Michigan State University’s COVID-19 information website houses resources for students, faculty, staff and visitors to the East Lansing campus.