Update of the security protocol at URACCAN Bluefields enclosure
Planning meeting to update institutional security protocol.
Josselyn Flores

Incorporation of new health measures

The URACCAN Bluefields campus is working on updating the institutional security protocol, incorporating new prevention measures to ensure the protection of its university community against COVID-19 and other viral diseases.

Teacher Diala López, vice-chancellor of the campus, argued that "as a university and depending on the well-being of the university community, we are in the process of updating the security protocol incorporating new prevention measures".

"Among the new measures is to implement greater social estating, the use of masks, which is optional by students or staff working in the institution, as well as the use of new health utensils."

Proper and truthful communication

Similarly, the vice-chancellor referred to the importance of bringing adequate and truthful communication to the population, so "the university community and the general population are being properly informed, according to what is being done within the campus," López said.  

Faced with this, the teacher explained that "as a university, through our means, we are socializing with the population emphasizing the importance of protecting themselves to protect people in their environment."

Therefore, URACCAN is taking articulated actions between the commissions of the venue, regional authorities and State institutions in the planning of preventive strategies for the protection of the health of students and workers' staff.

During this work process, the Joint Commission and the Risk Management Committee have come together to point out and update the protocol created and respond to any emergency situation.