Drillimation Systems has Returned to Mercyhurst University, But With New Employee Rules

Lady Sanae Kochiya, the eternal ancestor of Susumu Takajima, says that we commit you to our new rules.
But where am I, is this Kozankyo University!? What happened to the Mary statue that was there!?

Drillimation Systems today has returned to their original Mercyhurst University location. However, to ensure proper etiquette in our studio, these guidelines are to be observed.

Protecting fellow employees

  • Drillimation Systems employees are to wear face masks as directed by the university.
  • All employees must maintain appropriate social distancing (6 feet/2 meters apart)
  • If an employee falls ill or tests positive for COVID-19, they are to be sent home immediately.
  • Honesty and compassion while modeling good behavior for others is embraced.

Protecting yourself

  • If you test positive for COVID-19, monitor for any symptoms and notify a medical professional if you experience dry cough, a fever, or pneumonia. Also, stay home if you do so.
  • Employees are to get their temperature checked regularly and will be refused entry if their body temperature is 100 degrees Fahrenheit/38 degrees Celsius or over.
  • Like usual, get vaccinated against the flu annually.

Protecting the Mercyhurst Community

  • All employees are to keep their clothing, belongings, personal spaces, and shared spaces clean.
  • If necessary, participating in testing and contract tracing is required.
  • All instructional signs and on-campus directions are to be observed.
  • Stay updated if in case policies change.

We hope as we do our best to protect our fellow employees, our mutual dedication will divine our challenges together.

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