Contactless Lab Pods
URI’s Contactless Labs adhere to CDC COVID-19 requirements and maintain strict cleanliness protocols. They are a solitary space, avoiding all contact with others, with their own ventilation system, and URI staff stay up-to-date on the latest safety guidelines related to COVID-19.
The URI staff wears safety and sanitation gear prior to setting up, during resetting between sessions, and when the on-site technician enters the Contactless Lab before and after sessions. All researchers and participants interact remotely via video conferencing technology, with the technician remaining in close proximity and available should the need arise.
Participant arrives on-site and enters Contactless Lab.
On-screen receptionist greets participant.
Once the participant has entered the Contactless Lab, the researcher greets the participant via webcam.
Researcher hosts the session remotely using webcams, microphones, and speakers.
Upon participant departure, URI Technician sanitizes the Contactless Lab following URI’s cleaning process.
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