I got a red status. Contact your Campus Health and Wellness or Health and Counselling Centre: If you have been advised by a public health authority that you have tested positive for COVID-19, please contact ehs.occhealth@utoronto.ca immediately. USEFUL UofT LINKS. If you are hosting a conference at U of T and need Wi-Fi access for your attendees, email us to request a conference ID: St. George campus: support@wireless.utoronto.ca Mississauga campus: helpdesk.utm@utoronto.ca Scarborough campus: helpdesk@utsc.utoronto.ca Guest Wi-Fi Does UCheck replace the COVID-19 Employee Absence Self-Declaration form that was available on the HR Service Centre? Our solution offers the best video, audio, and screen-sharing experience across Zoom Rooms, Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and H.323/SIP room systems. How do I report absences if I am supposed to be working onsite but got a red status? Please consult your health care provider if you have medical questions. UofT has one repository available. Thrive Health has access to your answers but only to accurately generate a risk status. Your individual responses to the self-assessment questionnaire are kept private and will not be received by the University. var info = document.getElementById(message_div); Alternatively, you can access an offline or paper log to complete your self-assessment and document your risk status. Will I be denied access to U of T buildings/classes/exams if I get a red status? The appropriate human resources departments/supervisors; Managers, supervisors, Deans, Chairs, or Academic Directors according to reporting relationships documented in the HR Information System (HRIS). Once you receive this email, access with your JOINid will no longer work; For additional help, contact the University of Toronto Help Desk: UCheck can be used for online health screening by all active appointed and casual faculty members, librarians, and staff, as well as research fellows, professor emeritus, visiting, status only, and adjunct professors. You must also contact the Occupational Health Nurse at ehs.occhealth@utoronto.ca to determine next steps. Do not click links in emails unless you are absolutely certain that they are not suspicious.The U of T email system will not suspend incoming messages and request that you click a link in order to recieve them. You want to find if your @alum.utoronto.ca email address has been created. 62.7k members in the UofT community. Show current sizes of your UTORmail folders (response will be slower).. Show current sizes of your UTORexchange folders (response will be slower).. Show current UTORweb disk usage, if you have UTORwebspace (response will be slower).. Show recent modification requests (response will be slower).. Click Check your UTORid. You are required to keep copies of your log for 30 days. The University of Toronto is launching an online self-assessment web tool to help students, staff, faculty and librarians make informed decisions about coming to campus during COVID-19. Shop University of Toronto Course Materials, Apparel, Textbooks, Gifts, Medical Texts and Equipment, and more. If you are unable to access the UCheck online self-assessment prior to coming to campus, please complete UCheck as soon as you are able to once on campus. Others should go to UTORid Creation. UCheck is a web portal that enables faculty members, librarians, staff, and students to complete the required COVID-19 health screening and generate a risk status before coming to any of our three campuses or other properties owned or operated by U of T. The risk status will indicate whether an individual should come onsite or stay home or in their residence room (for those living on campus). At every step of the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to follow the direction of government and public health authorities to help keep our community safe and healthy. Who should I contact with questions about UCheck? Do I need to share my self-assessment log with anyone? Students at the University of Toronto will get a UTmail+ account when registered as an active student. Following the advice of public health authorities will help to reduce community spread. How will the completion of health screening be enforced? These logs must be kept for 30 days. There may be a problem with your UTORid. New UTM and UTSC students should check the instructions that came with their TCard for campus specific instructions. I’m having technical difficulties accessing UCheck.