Use USU-Approved Prevention Signage
State leaders have called on all Utahns to play a role in stopping the spread of COVID-19 by following public health guidelines. Signage helps to remind individuals about their personal responsibility in protecting our community and is required by the state’s Phased Guidelines.
All university offices and departments should use the signage provided for download below to ensure consistency in communications and compliance with state guidelines. These are provided in multiple sizes and formats and a Spanish version is available as a flyer. If you need additional signage or have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Use Prevention Signage
Utah’s Phased Guidelines require posting of symptom-checking and prevention hygiene signage. Additional signage may be required for specific areas of campus. The signage below is provided in multiple formats and sizes based on your needs.
Both the prevention precautions and symptoms signage should be displayed on all exterior building doors in the poster (11x17) format.
Both the prevention precautions and symptoms signage should be displayed on all interior office or department doors in the flyer (8.5x11) format.
This large format can be used at particularly busy entrances or areas with heightened risk.
This format can be used for events, activities to place throughout outdoor spaces.
This format should be on all digital signage screens throughout all USU campuses.
Several floor stickers have been provided to help show traffic direction, indicate where to wait, and social distancing. USU's PDP service is able to print decals for different flooring. For printing options, visit the PDP website.
Prevention and Precaution Signage
Stay Home if You Have Symptoms Signage
Approved USU floor decals to indicate social distancing and direction of walking traffic should be ordered directly through PDP. You only need to indicate which signs you want to print.
How to Wash Your Hands
This flyer can be printed to post in all areas where handwashing is specifically required or encouraged: over sinks, in restrooms, and in labs.