Medical Protocol for COVID-19 Cases

IESE Employees and Collaborators

Employees who test positive for COVID-19:

 

1. Inform their direct supervisor and contact their regional health department (900 102 112 in Madrid and 061 in Catalonia).

2. The direct supervisor will inform the People Area, which will arrange the employee’s medical leave.

3. The People Area will contact IESE’s Medical Service to:

a. Inform the employee’s close contacts, meaning the people with whom he or she works most closely.
b. Inform any high-risk groups who work in the same building.
c. People in a and b must take their temperature daily and monitor possible symptoms through the health questionnaire.
d. Study additional preventative measure, in coordination with IESE’s health and safety teams to determine whether other people are at risk.

4. Employees can ask IESE’s Medical Service questions at any time through the email: health@iese.edu

 

In the case of probable or possible infections
(Symptoms consistent with the coronavirus)

 

1. Inform their direct supervisor, stay home for 48-72 hours and undergo testing.

2. The supervisor will inform the People Area.

3. The People Area will inform IESE’s Medical Service and together they will review:

a. The employee’s close contacts.
b. Proximity to high-risk groups (people older than 70, pregnant women, people with chronic illnesses…).
c. People in a and b must take their temperature daily and monitor possible symptoms through the health questionnaire.
d. Study additional preventative measure, in coordination with IESE’s health and safety teams to determine whether other people are at risk.

4. If the test result is positive, the person must contact their regional health department (900 102 112 in Madrid and 061 in Catalonia), their direct supervisor and the People Area to inform them of the result and arrange medical leave.

5. People will inform IESE’s Medical Service.

6. Employees can ask IESE’s Medical Service questions at any time through the email: health@iese.edu

 

Program Participants

Participants who test positive for COVID-19

 

1. Inform their program director and company. Participants must contact their regional health department (900 102 112 in Madrid and 061 in Catalonia).

2. The program director will inform IESE’s Medical Service to trace the participant’s close contacts (employees and other participants).

3. The program director will inform the participant’s closest contacts:

a. If in-person teamwork has begun, the immediate team.
b. Participants who have been seated close to the participant in the classroom over an extended period of time.
c. Employees who have been in contact.
d. Groups a, b and c must take their temperature daily and respond to the health questionnaire every day.

4. The director will inform the entire class so that they can be extra cautious and monitor themselves for symptoms during 72 hours (taking their temperature). If anyone shows symptoms in the following days, they must inform the program director and IESE’s Medical Service.

5. Participants can ask IESE’s Medical Service questions at any time through the email: health@iese.edu

 

In the case of probable or possible infections
(Symptoms consistent with the coronavirus)

 

1. Inform their program director.

2. Stay home for 48-72 hours and undergo testing to confirm their situation.

3. If the result is positive, the program director will inform IESE’s Medical Service and the above protocols will be followed.

4. Participants can ask IESE’s Medical Service questions at any time through the email: health@iese.edu

 

If a close contact of an employee or participant test positive for COVID-19:

1. Employees must inform their direct supervisor and participants must inform their program director; employees and participants must then self-isolate for 15 days and monitor themselves for symptoms.