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The Estates Office
Room 01,2/F,
Cho Kwai Chee Foundation Building,
10 Lo Ping Road,
Tai Po, New Territories
Hong Kong
 
Tel: 2948 6714
Fax: 2948 6121
Email: webmaster.eo@eduhk.hk
 
Emergency No: 2948 8000
(24-hour)
 

 

News

 


 

Closure of Sports Venue and BBQ Pit

Dear Students & Colleagues,

In view of the persistent deteriorating COVID-19 crisis and the need to enhance the corresponding contingency measures, please be informed that ALL sports facilities in Tai Po Campus, EdUHK Sports Centre (PSK) and BBQ pit will be temporarily closed until further notice with IMMEDIATE effect. Changing rooms and showering facilities at all venues will also be closed to reduce human contact and thus the risks of the spread of virus. In addition, no counter service or loan of equipment will be provided for the time being and all booking system/applications for the sports facilities, both fee-charging and non-fee-charging, are suspended until further notice as well.

Meanwhile, to reduce the risk of infection further, all users are advised not to access our open courts to minimize unnecessary social contact.

EO will continue to monitor the situation closely and review the arrangements in a timely manner. For enquiries, please contact our service counter at 2948 8844.

Estates Office
16 July 2020

 


 

General Guidelines for Using Teaching Venues /
Laboratories / Studios (Revised)

Dear Staff and Students,

In connection with an announcement of “Teaching Arrangement in Last Week of Summer Semester (ending on 18 July 2020) and the remaining PDP classes” issued by the Provost on 12 July 2020, please find attached a revised set of guidelines for different teaching venues for your kind attention and reference.

We would also like to remind all staff and students that if you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been in close contact with a confirmed case in the past 14 days, you should not come to the campus and have to inform your affiliated department (for staff) / faculty or course lecturer (for students) immediately.

EO will keep monitoring the situation with appropriate updates made in due course. Should there be any enquiries regarding the guidelines, please feel free to contact us at 2948 6714.

Estates Office
13 July 2020

Attachments: Guidelines for Teaching Venues
Guidelines for Laboratories
Guidelines for Music and Art Studios
Health Declaration Form *update

 


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House Rules for On-campus Staff Accommodation

Dear Staff,

We enclose the revised version of the House Rules for On-campus Staff Accommodation for your attention/reference. Staff residents and occupants are requested to comply with the regulations stipulated.

You may wish to contact us at 2948 8822 for enquiry. 

Estates Office
08 June 2020

Attachments: House Rules for Staff Residents
(for staff only)

 


 

General Guidelines for Using Teaching Venues /
Laboratories / Studios

Dear Staff and Students,

In connection with an announcement of “Learning and Teaching Arrangement in Summer Semester 2020” issued by the Vice President (Academic) and Provost earlier today, please find attached a set of guidelines for different teaching venues for your kind attention and reference.

With particular reference to the Health Declaration Forms, students are requested to complete and submit the health declaration forms on the first class of the course for checking by the course lecturers. 

Blank Health Declaration Forms will also be available in the Security Control Centre at Room G03 of Block A for use by the students starting from 28 May 2020 (Thur). 

EO will keep monitoring the situation with appropriate updates made in due course.

Should there be any enquiries regarding the guidelines, please feel free to contact us at 2948 6714.

Estates Office
27 May 2020

Attachments: Health Declaration Form

 


 

Results of the Annual User Survey on Estates Office Services 2019

The Estates Office conducts a yearly survey to collect feedback from users on the key services provided. During the period of 6 - 24 January 2020, two separate online questionnaires were made available to staff and students respectively for gathering their views on the Office's performance in the year of 2019. A total of 159 valid responses were received (92 from staff and 67 from students).

In general, 94.20% of staff find our services "Acceptable", "Satisfied" and "Very Satisfied" while the figure for student respondents is 86.10%.

For details of the survey results, please refer to the following hyperlinks:

Staff: http://www.eduhk.hk/eo/staff_and_students/staff_2019.htm
Students: http://www.eduhk.hk/eo/staff_and_students/student_2019.htm

 


 

Regulations for Campus Visitors

With effect from 11 pm on 6 December 2019 (Friday), the University campus will be open to visitors only from 8 am to 11 pm daily. Unless authorised by the University, campus visitors may not enter any restricted area, including academic and administration buildings, the library, student hostels, the staff residence or any sports facilities, during the opening hours. Details of the Regulations for your reference.

For enquiries, please call the 24-hour security hotline: 2948 8000.

Vice President (Administration)
4 December 2019

 


 

Enhanced Access Control Measures

In view of growing concern about campus security, the University will enhance access control measures, effective to ensure the safety of our University members, staring from the midnight (i.e., at 00:00) of 21 November 2019.

For colleagues and students, please present your EdUHK cards at the entrance for identity verification. Campus users, contractors and visitors will be required to be registered before entering the campus. A counter will be set up for identity checking and registration. We should be grateful if you would help disseminate the message to those who may be affected by the new measures.

As always, staff and student safety is our top priority. Additional security personnel have been deployed to step up patrol of the campus. In case of emergency, please call the 24-hour security hotline: 2948 8000.

Vice President (Administration)
20 November 2019

 


 

CCTV System Guidelines

Estates Office, the Education University of Hong Kong

1. The University Campus is under 24 hours CCTV surveillance. The data or videos captured by the CCTV system may be used for one or more of the following purposes:

a. Safety, Security and Operational needs &
b. Monitoring the Campus premises to assist enforcing the University regulations.

2. The data/recorded videos held by the CCTV system may be provided by the Estates Office to the management and/ or other offices of the University for the purposes set out in paragraph 1.

3. The CCTV system is operated by relevant duty staff member(s). The live view of the CCTV cameras will be accessed by the duty Staff and/ or Security Supervisors.

4. Access to the data or recorded videos captured by the CCTV system requires prior approval from the Director of Estates or his delegate(s).

5. The recorded videos will be kept for up to 1 month.

6. No third party viewing or reproduction of recorded video or data captured by the CCTV system is allowed except with prior approval of the Director of Estates, or as requested by a law enforcement agency. Proper record of such will be kept by the Estates Office.

7. Inquiries relating to the operation of the CCTV system should be sent to wmeo@eduhk.hk.

8. The University reserves the right to review and amend these guidelines at a regular interval and the latest version of the same shall be posted up at a prominent place of the University.

Estates Office
15 September 2017

 


 

Achievement of Performance Pledges of the Estates Office (2018/19)

The Estates Office has been promulgating a series of performance pledges on the provision of key services. Such indicators have helped us gauging the deliverance of services and enhancing the performance standard. An annual review on the attainment of performance in 2018/19 is now available at the following webpage.

https://www.eduhk.hk/eo/eoservice_apledges.htm

 


 

New Policies on Canvassing/Electioneering Activites and on Management of Exhibited Materials

Update: after a series of discussions and consultation, the said policies on Canvassing/Electioneering activities and on Management of Exhibited Materials have been approved by the Estates Development and Management Committee with immediate effect. The approved policies are attached.

Presently, canvassing/electioneering activities as well as display of posters on campus are dealt with by the policy on management of common areas as well as display of posters respectively.

In view of soaring student activities (including canvassing/electioneering activities) due to increasing student intakes, the current policies might not be able to satisfy the needs for canvassing/electioneering activities and display of posters for publicity purpose. In this connection, the Estates Office has been working with the Student Affairs Office and the Students Union in refining the relevant existing regulations/policies since early this year. Thanks to the efforts of the parties involved, the draft new policies for canvassing/electioneering activities and on Management of Poster Display have been drawn up and are ready for open consultation. After consultation, the relevant policies will be presented to the Management for approval and implementation.

Attached please find the relevant policies for consultation which will last until 4 October 2013 (Friday). You are welcome to send your views to eo@ied.edu.hk.

Shall you have urgent need for large-scale publicity, please contact our office to work out an agreeable arrangement.

Thank you for your attention.
Estates Office

Attachments:
Policy on Conducting Canvassing and Electioneering Activities - approved version.pdf
Policy on Management of Exhibited Materials - approved version.pdf
Annex I - Individual Unit Poster Boards & General Poster Boards.pdf
Annex II - Tempoary Designated Posting Areas.pdf

 


 

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