SCMI COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Response
The health and safety of our staff, students, and members is our highest priority. SCMI is following our administrative campus, California State University Long Beach (CSULB) https://www.csulb.edu/covid-19 .
We will continue to monitor the situation and follow updated guidelines from CSULB and the State. These protocols will be updated as State and local guidelines change.
SCMI is considered a remote campus of CSULB and as such persons accessing the facility are required to be immunized against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Persons at the facility are strongly recommended but, no longer required, to wear a mask indoors or on the R/V Yellowfin.
While on workstations, visitors and staff must maintain social distancing of 6 feet as much as possible.
Please do not congregate anywhere inside the building. Please direct groups to wait outside where the colored stencils will help maintain social distance.
No more than 2 persons at a time in each restroom, please queue outside.
Close-toed shoes are required on the entire property
Please follow the CSU/OSI R/V Yellowfin Protocols found here: COVID Adviz_CSUOSI RV Yellowfin
Please follow the CSU/OSI Dive Locker Protocols found here: COVID Adviz_- CSUOSI Dive Locker
Before you plan to use the Dive Locker please contact SCMI staff, Carrie Wolfe and Adriana Stowell, so we can ensure the number of people accessing the room can maintain social distancing.
Please follow the CSU/OSI Small Boat Protocols found here: COVID Adviz_- CSUOSI Small_Boat
Before you plan to use the small boats please contact SCMI staff, Carrie Wolfe, Adriana Stowell, and Darrell Montague.
Please email SCMI’s DSO Darrell Montague for dive and boat safety related questions.
The California State University Long Beach protocols can be found here for reference:
Thank you for helping to keep SCMI safe!