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Answer: Each student will receive two cloth masks from their campus that they will be encouraged to wear when other individuals are present. Additional disposable masks will be provided in communal spaces. The specifics of this procedure are still being determined.
Answer: Building services will continue to order their items using the usual ordering method and these orders will be fulfilled using the warehouse process.
Answer: Specialty items that are not stocked by the warehouses should be ordered using traditional procurement methods. Ordering essential items that are listed on the COVID-19 Resource Center should be done via FireForm.
Answer: Yes, if it is required to attend class or any campus-related activity.
Answer: Yes. If you have staff traveling that need the items available via FireForm, order them using this process.
Answer: Yes. Disposable 3-Ply Pleated Face Masks may be ordered using the PPE option on the FireForm.
Answer: Yes. This process should be used for all general PPE and cleaning/sanitization supply needs.
Answer: Yes. This warehouse system supports all PPE purchases at IU.
Answer: No. Building services/janitorial staff will continue to stock and sanitize common areas.
Answer: No. Facility Operations will continue to provide items as they traditionally have. If you wish to purchase additional cleaning supplies use the FireForm to request those items.
Answer: Delivery turnaround times are listed on the FireForm when placing your order, as well as on the PPE Ordering page. Once the request is received by the warehouse, items are generally delivered within 24-48 hours.
Answer: Currently gowns and gloves are not required for individuals working in an office setting. Be sure to review the Coronavirus page for the most up-to-date information.
Answer: We understand that it’s difficult to estimate usage, especially as most staff have been working from home during this time. Use your best judgement when ordering supplies. If you did not order enough, submit another order to ensure you have enough stock on hand to cover a two-week period.