UCheck Ambassador Program
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the UCheck Ambassador Program
Show your green screen from the UCheck web application! You will be permitted to access the building and continue with your in-person activities on campus.
You will be asked to complete your UCheck self-assessment before entering the building.
If you get a red screen, that means you should stay home. You will be asked to go home, self-isolate and to contact Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) at firstname.lastname@example.org to determine your next steps.
No. UCheck green screen checks may still be required or used at some locations and divisions. You may be asked to flash your green screen when entering buildings through the UCheck Ambassador program, by instructors at in-person classes and at other locations, such as fitness centres, food and dining spaces, and libraries.
Everybody approaching the space will be asked to show their green UCheck status by the trained UCheck Ambassador team.
UCheck Ambassadors will not retain any personal information. Only aggregate counts will be retained, for example, the number of green screens.
Locations and times will vary but will focus on high-traffic spaces and areas with higher risk activities.
The program raises awareness about the importance of completing the UCheck health screening each day you are on campus using a friendly and educative approach. If an individual refuses to cooperate, only the location and time of the refusal will be recorded, along with any concerns raised by the individual about the use of UCheck health screening.