Before you get to HZ
HZ’s doors will partly open again from 1 June. First for the graduation presentations of our students, for employees and later also for supervision, exams, and practical lessons. To this end, various measures have been implemented in the HZ buildings in Vlissingen and Middelburg, with which we follow the RIVM guidelines.
Are you coming to HZ soon? Then please prepare yourself well. We do everything we can to ensure your visit is safe.
Also read: Together we take steps forward
An appointment in one of the HZ buildings
You are welcome to come to HZ if you received an invitation to your graduation presentation, or if a practical lesson, supervision, or assessment was scheduled for you. You can only enter the HZ building in Vlissingen or Middelburg with your HZ card via the main entrance.
HZ employees register for their visit via the Self Service Portal on My.HZ, by requesting a physical workplace.
Routes in the building
In the entrance hall you will find information about walking routes. Most corridors have become one-way in order to keep a distance of 1.5 meters. Green and blue footsteps have been placed on the floors showing the walking routes. To get to the space of your appointment, follow the blue footsteps. At busy intersections you will find roundabouts that indicate which way to go.
Arrived at your location
Each room has a designated number of people that may be inside. This applies to classrooms, offices, and toilets. In classrooms you will find a cloth on several chairs with the request to keep this chair free. You may sit on one of the other chairs.
To the exit
When your appointment has ended, follow the green and then the blue footsteps to exit the building.
At various location in the building you will find disinfection points. We make sure that the building is cleaned regularly. Opening up the HZ building also requires students and staff to take responsibility for themselves. The following rules therefore apply during your visit to HZ:
- Keep a 1.5 meters distance;
- Wash your hands often;
- Follow the signs;
- Do you have a cold? Stay at home;
- Are you or a housemate short of breath or has a fever? Stay at home!