Reporting a Covid-19 infection

Measures

You can find the current QM documents for COVID-19 via the following link (internal persons only).

Summary for traffic light color GREEN

The respective traffic light status explicitly refers to the current situation at Montanuniversität Leoben and the ensuing necessary health and safety measures.

  • All university buildings are freely accessible during regular opening hours
  • FFP2 mask no longer mandatory, but recommended
  • Always keep a distance of at least 1 meter
  • Seats in the lecture halls for traditional in-class lectures are to be taken according to the instructions
  • There are no separate measures for the sanitary areas
  • Elevators are to be entered individually
  • All university buildings are freely accessible during regular opening hours
  • FFP2 masks are no longer mandatory, but recommended
  • Always ensure a distance of at least 1 meter between people
  • Hygiene measures (washing hands, disinfection of the stationary workplace, regular ventilation) must be strictly observed
  • There are no separate measures for the sanitary areas
  • Elevators are to be entered individually
Detailed information
Current Status:

Dear staff - dear students!

The following currently valid Corona regulations of the Montanuniversität Leoben must be implemented:

  • All university buildings are freely accessible during regular opening hours.
  • FFP2 mask no longer mandatory, but recommended.
  • Always ensure a distance of at least 1 meter between people.
  • Seats in the lecture halls for traditional in-class lectures are to be taken according to the instructions.
  • There are no separate measures for the sanitary areas.
  • Elevators are to be entered individually.
  • Positive corona reports or suspected cases of corona must still be reported to the corona team.
  • More detailed information can be found in the QM documents under the measures listed above. 

Please consider all these measures from the point of view that the pandemic is by no means over and that we want to enable a safe university operation, which is not characterized by short-term corona relief, which we have to reverse quickly..

Please support us in adhering to these regulations in the interest of the health of all staff and students!

Reporting Obligation:

All members of Montanuniversität Leoben are obliged to report immediately to the Corona Team any suspected corona infections by using the online form. They are obliged to inform the head of their organizational unit accordingly!


Hotlines:

Medical advice and any necessary clarification can be obtained by calling the national Austrian telephone number 1450. We urge you to call this hotline just in case you suspect to be infected with the corona-virus!

The typical Covid disease symptoms may be:

Any form of acute respiratory infection (with or without fever) with at least one of the following symptoms for which there is no other plausible cause:

  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Catarrh (inflammation of the mucous membrane) of the upper respiratory tract
  • Sudden loss of  sense of taste/smell
More Information

QM-Document: Behavior in case of Covid-19

For general health information about the corona virus (general information on transmission, symptoms, prevention), please visit the website of the Ministry of Social Affairs at www.sozialministerium.at.

For general information (information about transmission, symptoms, prevention) please call the hotline 0800 555 621. 

You can find futher information here.

For questions related to the corona virus (COVID-19) please contact the university’s corona team at coronateam(at)unileoben.ac.at

Your email request will be forwarded to the responsible member of the corona team for immediate processing.

Corona Representative of Montanuniversität:

Dr. Klaus Sapetschnig

Questions concerning teaching:

Dean of Studies University Prof. Dr. Thomas Antretter

Questions concerning external contracts, companies, contract research and contract research:

Vice Rector Dr. Martha Mühlburger

Questions on international affairs:

Vice Rector Prof. Dr. Peter Moser

Questions concerning personnel management:

ADir. Alfred Prade


For emergencies in the infrastructure sector, the existing emergency numbers remain unchanged.

 

Occupational physician:

Dr. Robert Jernej  

+43 664 6158945

robert.jernej(at)voestalpine.com