Checklist for infection control in ordinary teaching rooms

Basic infection control:

  • Stay home if you do not feel well.
  • Wash or spray your hands frequently.
  • Keep a physical distance of at least 1 meter from others.

The number of students in the classroom must not exceed the number of available marked seats.

Cleaning that must be carried out before everyone sits down and the teaching starts


  1. Clean your hands.
  2. Use available cleaning equipment to clean the surfaces of tables, chairs, and the like.
  3. Clean your hands again before the lesson starts.

NB: It is good practice to ask only a few of the participants / students to carry out this cleaning so that not unnecessarily high amounts of cleaning equipment is used. This is both to ensure that we always have equipment available and out of consideration for the environment.


  1. Make sure that the points mentioned above are completed.
  2. Clean your hands.
  3. Use available cleaning equipment to clean contact surfaces on materials and equipment you are going to use. Examples of this can be microphones, tables, armrests of chairs, keyboards, mice, touch screens, pens, etc. (the list is not exhaustive).
  4. Clean your hands again before starting the lesson.