This page provides you more information regarding how to report COVID-19 related incidents. You will also find useful information regarding our reporting process, as well as, information on how Fleming College supports our local Public Health partners to address a variety of scenarios.
Report an illness or COVID-19 related incident (Employee or Student)
Please report your COVID-related incident and a member from the Health and Safety Department will contact you regarding your next steps.
A COVID-19 Related Situation includes:
- Within the last 10 days, you have tested positive for COVID-19 or have been advised to self-isolate by a health care provider or Public Health.
You are currently experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms.
- Members of your household are currently experiencing symptoms or waiting for test results after experiencing symptoms. You are exempt from this COVID-19 situation if you are FULLY VACCINATED (14 or more days since second dose).
- Within the last 10 days, you have been identified as a “close contact” of someone who currently has COVID-19. You are exempt from this COVID-19 related situation if Public Health has advised you that you do not need to self-isolate because you are FULLY VACCINATED (14 or more days since second dose), or another reason.
- Within the last 10 days, you have travelled outside Canada and are required to quarantine (per Federal quarantine requirements).
Within the last 10 days, you have received a COVID Alert exposure notification on your cell phone. You are exempt from this COVID-19 situation if you are FULLY VACCINATED (14 or more days since second dose).
***NOTE – If a Student or Employee is on campus and begins to feel symptoms contact ext. 4444 immediately.
What happens after you report an Incident?
To learn more about what occurs once a COVID-19 related situation occurs please see the COVID-19 incident protocol for Employees or Students.
What happens if a COVID-19 case is related to campus?
Being prepared with a clear plan for a case or outbreak of COVID-19 related to our campuses will help us to act quickly, communicate effectively and prevent further spread of COVID-19. While we have implemented extensive education and infection control measures to reduce potential for transmission, Fleming College has been working with our partners in Public Health on the following protocol for a campus linked case.
For more information or if you have COVID-19 related concerns contact your local Public Health Unit or visit Ontario’s self assessment website