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  8382   Mon Apr 1 16:16:16 2013 AlbertUpdateoptical tablesOptical Table Toolboxes Update

A heavy duty plastic box is the likeliest candidate for the optical table toolbox. It measures 5 9/16 in. x 11 5/8 in. x 4 5/8 in. and fits all the tools comfortably. ( http://www.mcmaster.com/#plastic-bin-boxes/=m4yh4m  ,  under Heavy Duty Plastic Bin Boxes)

The list of tools has been updated to include a pen and a wire cutter as well as everything previously stated.

In addition, Steve has recommended that boxes should be secured to the walls or surfaces near the optical tables as opposed to the optical tables themselves, as to keep the tables from wobbling when tools are being exchanged.

A diagram of tentative box placements will go out soon.

  8384   Mon Apr 1 16:35:42 2013 AlbertUpdateoptical tablesOptical Table Toolboxes Update

Quote:

A heavy duty plastic box is the likeliest candidate for the optical table toolbox. It measures 5 9/16 in. x 11 5/8 in. x 4 5/8 in. and fits all the tools comfortably. ( http://www.mcmaster.com/#plastic-bin-boxes/=m4yh4m  ,  under Heavy Duty Plastic Bin Boxes)

The list of tools has been updated to include a pen and a wire cutter as well as everything previously stated.

In addition, Steve has recommended that boxes should be secured to the walls or surfaces near the optical tables as opposed to the optical tables themselves, as to keep the tables from wobbling when tools are being exchanged.

A diagram of tentative box placements will go out soon.

 I also took every allen key I can find so they can be sorted. They will be back in the appropriate drawer locations soon.

  8395   Tue Apr 2 21:11:42 2013 RanaUpdateoptical tablesOptical Table Toolboxes Update

Quote:

A heavy duty plastic box is the likeliest candidate for the optical table toolbox. It measures 5 9/16 in. x 11 5/8 in. x 4 5/8 in. and fits all the tools comfortably. ( http://www.mcmaster.com/#plastic-bin-boxes/=m4yh4m  ,  under Heavy Duty Plastic Bin Boxes)

The list of tools has been updated to include a pen and a wire cutter as well as everything previously stated.

In addition, Steve has recommended that boxes should be secured to the walls or surfaces near the optical tables as opposed to the optical tables themselves, as to keep the tables from wobbling when tools are being exchanged.

A diagram of tentative box placements will go out soon.

 No, the small boxes must be attached to the optical tables. They won't be heavy enough to change the table tilt.

Also, all tools must be color coded according to the optical table using the 3M Vinyl table color code:

http://www.3m.com/product/images/Vinyl-Electrical-Color-Tape-300.jpg

  8408   Wed Apr 3 19:01:06 2013 AlbertUpdateoptical tablesOptical Table Toolboxes Update

Quote:

Quote:

A heavy duty plastic box is the likeliest candidate for the optical table toolbox. It measures 5 9/16 in. x 11 5/8 in. x 4 5/8 in. and fits all the tools comfortably. ( http://www.mcmaster.com/#plastic-bin-boxes/=m4yh4m  ,  under Heavy Duty Plastic Bin Boxes)

The list of tools has been updated to include a pen and a wire cutter as well as everything previously stated.

In addition, Steve has recommended that boxes should be secured to the walls or surfaces near the optical tables as opposed to the optical tables themselves, as to keep the tables from wobbling when tools are being exchanged.

A diagram of tentative box placements will go out soon.

 No, the small boxes must be attached to the optical tables. They won't be heavy enough to change the table tilt.

Also, all tools must be color coded according to the optical table using the 3M Vinyl table color code:

http://www.3m.com/product/images/Vinyl-Electrical-Color-Tape-300.jpg

 Ok.

So the new tentative plan on the boxes is to bolt them (magnetic strips were proposed but overruled on the grounds that they're not strong enough to withstand being knocked down by accidents).

The boxes are going to be a mix of the Thorlabs Benchtop Organizer (http://www.thorlabs.com/thorProduct.cfm?partNumber=BT17) and the original box. The box will have a region covered in mesh, so tools can be placed and held there. The box will also have a spacer at the bottom, with another mesh right above it, lined up. However, this double-mesh will only cover half of the box. The other half of the box will be compartmentalized to hold things such as screws, connectors, etc. I will talk to Steve about building the boxes.

Also, using nail-polish to coat the Allen wrenches is not going to work. Nail polish does not stick easily enough. The tentative new plan is oil paint, but this is to be reviewed.

Finally, the diagram with the placement of the boxes relative to the optical tables has been put on paper, but needs to be computerized so it's easier to read. This will be done as soon as possible.

  8410   Wed Apr 3 23:22:20 2013 ranaUpdateoptical tablesOptical Table Toolboxes Update

 There are some tips for how to appy nail polish on YouTube from MKNails and MissJenFABULOUS. Their tips on how to prepare the site for a strong bonding strength are probably helpful for our gold/nickel coated tools. For chrome tools we may need to abrade the surface with a stone or fine sandpaper for it to take the layer better. IF the YouTube videos don't do it for you, then I suggest contacting Tom Evans at LLO to find out what kind of nail polish he uses.

  8445   Thu Apr 11 16:29:23 2013 AlbertUpdateoptical tablesOptical Table Toolboxes Update

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 There are some tips for how to appy nail polish on YouTube from MKNails and MissJenFABULOUS. Their tips on how to prepare the site for a strong bonding strength are probably helpful for our gold/nickel coated tools. For chrome tools we may need to abrade the surface with a stone or fine sandpaper for it to take the layer better. IF the YouTube videos don't do it for you, then I suggest contacting Tom Evans at LLO to find out what kind of nail polish he uses.

 This is the tentative box placement per optical table. The toolboxes are going to be color-coded by a combination of two colors (the order won't matter). The side of each toolbox will have a little panel to let you know which box corresponds to which set of colors.

On the diagram, the set of colors is simply the color of the box border and the color of the text.

If anyone has a problem with any of the colors or the box placement let me know before they are installed and become an annoyance:

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Box Placements:

ETMY: Box will be attached to the underside of the table by magnets. The box will be on the north side of the optical table.

POY: Box will be attached to the side of the optical table by magnets. The box will be on the west side of the optical table.

BSPRM: Box will be attached to the side of the optical table by magnets. The box will be on the west side of the optical table.

AS: Box will be attached to the side of the optical table by magnets. The box will be on the north side of the optical table.

PSL1: Box will be inside the optical table, in the northeast corner.

PSL2: Box will be inside the optical table, in the southwest corner.

POX: Box will be attached to the side of the optical table by magnets. The box will be on the south side of the optical table.

MC2: Box will be attached to the side of the optical table by magnets. The box will be on the south side of the optical table.

ETMX: Box will be attached to the side of the optical table by magnets. The box will be on the east side of the optical table.

  8457   Mon Apr 15 17:44:28 2013 AlbertUpdateoptical tablesOptical Table Toolboxes Update

I decided to go see what the electrical tape looks like on the other tools.

These are the tools I felt were necessary to label with tape: (the others don't seem to be terribly important in terms of not interchanging between boxes)

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On another note I'm not sure why electrical tape can't be used on the Allen Wrenches too.

I also plan on ordering smaller flash lights for each table (this one is bulky and unwieldy), and filling in the gaps of the Allen Wrench sets as soon as I get the go-ahead.

  8487   Wed Apr 24 18:51:12 2013 KojiConfigurationoptical tablesPD frequency response

The fibers should be routed beneath the electrical cables.
They should be fixed on the table for strain relieving.
The slack of the fibers should be nicely rolled and put together at the splitter side.

These are expected to be done next time when the fiber team work around the table.

We also expect to have the table photo every time the work of the day is finished.

  8502   Mon Apr 29 08:17:40 2013 AlbertUpdateoptical tablesOptical Table Toolboxes Update

Quote:

I decided to go see what the electrical tape looks like on the other tools.

These are the tools I felt were necessary to label with tape: (the others don't seem to be terribly important in terms of not interchanging between boxes)

photo.JPG

On another note I'm not sure why electrical tape can't be used on the Allen Wrenches too.

I also plan on ordering smaller flash lights for each table (this one is bulky and unwieldy), and filling in the gaps of the Allen Wrench sets as soon as I get the go-ahead.

 

  8505   Mon Apr 29 15:53:49 2013 AlbertUpdateoptical tablesOptical Table Boxes

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 Albert, our new undergrad work force received 40m specific- basic safety training last week. Please read and sign 40m procedures booklet.

 These are the tentative box placements. Roughly. I don't actually have the box finalized yet, but the box should be around that size.

AS1.jpg AS1

BSPRM.jpgBSPRM

ETMX.jpgETMX

ETMY.jpgETMY

MC2.jpgMC2

POX.jpgPOX

POY.jpgPOY

 

How do I perspective ._.

  8661   Fri May 31 10:25:17 2013 steveUpdatesafetyfirst aid kits refilled

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                                                 Recommended correction list:

1,  refill- upgrade first aid boxes

2,  maintain 18" ceiling to bookshelf clearance so the ceiling fire sprinklers are not blocked: room 101

3,  label chilled water supply & return valves in IFO room

4,  calibrate bake room hoods annually

5,  update safety sign at fenced storage

 

              40m still to do list:

1,   clean and measure all safety glasses

2,   annual crane inspection is scheduled for 8am March 19, 1013

3,   make PSL encloser shelf earthquake proof

 

Do you see something that is not safe? Add it to this list please.

 

 

 

Restocked First Aid Kits Location:

Main entrance, room 100

Drill press - above N2 cylinders, room 103

Control room, next to fire extinguisher, room  102

Vertex-north wall, IFO room 104

ETMY - right on ends light switches, IFO room 104_ east end

ETMX - on vertical I-beam of crane, IFO room 104_south end

Behind 1X3 Rack, on south wall - under instrument breakers panel PC-1, IFO room 104

 

Last thing remaining to be fixed from 2013 Safety Audit:

replace book shelf with 83" height

 

 

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  8670   Tue Jun 4 10:47:57 2013 SteveUpdatesafetysafety training

Our early bird surf student Gautem has received 40m specific basic safety training today.

  8687   Thu Jun 6 16:33:19 2013 steveUpdatesafetyupdated laser inventory

 Updated laser inventory and operator list. They are posted in the 40m wiki and entry doors of the 40m IFO room.

Let me know if this list needs correction.

Lightwave  M126N-1064-700 NPRO sn 337 in the PSL enclosure got connected to local emergency shut off switch. This is a LIGO operational safety requirement.

 

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  8743   Tue Jun 25 10:23:20 2013 SteveUpdatesafetysurf safety training

 Alex Cole and Craig Cahillane received 40m specific,  basic safety training last week.

 

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  8766   Thu Jun 27 17:04:49 2013 JenneUpdatesafetyNitrogen bottle too hot - overpressured

All of us in the control room / desk area heard a sudden whoosh of air a few minutes ago.  It kind of sounded like a pressure washer or something.  We determined that the northmost nitrogen bottle outside the front door was letting out all its gas. 

It's a gazillion degrees outside (okay, only 91F, according to a google of "Caltech Weather"), and those bottles are in direct sun all day.

We are leaving the bottle as-is, since it seems like its has finished, and nothing else is happening.

  8945   Wed Jul 31 09:51:43 2013 SteveUpdatesafetySujan receives safety training

Sujan got 40m specific basic safety training this morning.

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  9026   Mon Aug 19 09:54:13 2013 SteveUpdatesafetyMasayuki receives safety training

Masayuki Nakano, a student of Seiji's from ICRR / U Tokyo, is visiting us here at the 40m lab for the next couple months.

He received 40m specific basic safety training this morning.

  9090   Fri Aug 30 08:08:29 2013 steveUpdatesafetyfire horns-flashers tested OK

 

 We had fire alarm tests  and evacuation drills at 1:30pm yesterday. All flashers and horns are functioning unbearably loud and bright including clean assembly room.

  9229   Thu Oct 10 08:25:07 2013 SteveUpdatesafetyChris received safety training

Chris Couste, our new undergrad help received 40m specific, basic safety training yesterday.

  9639   Fri Feb 14 12:39:02 2014 JenneUpdatesafetySmoke detector cleaned

Facilities just came by and cleaned the smoke detector that is above Steve's desk.  It's next to an air vent, so I guess it collects dust more than a "typical" smoke detector.

  9653   Wed Feb 19 08:07:01 2014 steveUpdatesafetyannual laser safety glasses check

 

 All 40m laser safety glasses are cleaned and measured this morning.  Bring your own safety glasses if you have to enter the 40m IFO room.

 

Glasses were washed in 1% Liquinox water solution and  their transmission measured at  165 mW,  2 mm OD beam of 1064 nm

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  9672   Tue Feb 25 16:54:57 2014 steveUpdatesafetysafety audit 2014

 

 We had our annual safety inspection today.  Our SOPs are outdated. The full list of needed correction will be posted tomorrow.

 

The most useful found was that the ITMX-ISCT ac power is coming  from 1Y1 rack. This should actually go to 1Y2 LSC rack ?

 Please test this so we do not create more ground loops.

  9681   Thu Feb 27 13:11:13 2014 steveUpdatesafetysafety audit correction

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 We had our annual safety inspection today.  Our SOPs are outdated. The full list of needed correction will be posted tomorrow.

 

The most useful found was that the ITMX-ISCT ac power is coming  from 1Y1 rack. This should actually go to 1Y2 LSC rack ?

 Please test this so we do not create more ground loops.

 Linus-1, Nodus and others  ac cords can be moved over to new blank yellow extension cord with multiple recepticals.

 Remove two red extension cords going to Smart UPS

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  9725   Thu Mar 13 16:05:48 2014 steveUpdatesafetysafety audit 2014

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 We had our annual safety inspection today.  Our SOPs are outdated. The full list of needed correction will be posted tomorrow.

 

The most useful found was that the ITMX-ISCT ac power is coming  from 1Y1 rack. This should actually go to 1Y2 LSC rack ?

 Please test this so we do not create more ground loops.

 Annual crane inspection is scheduled for 8-11am Monday, March 17, 2014

 

The control room Smart UPS has two red extension cords that has to be removed: Nodus and Linux1

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  9730   Mon Mar 17 10:50:58 2014 steveUpdatesafety2014 annual crane certification

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 We had our annual safety inspection today.  Our SOPs are outdated. The full list of needed correction will be posted tomorrow.

 

The most useful found was that the ITMX-ISCT ac power is coming  from 1Y1 rack. This should actually go to 1Y2 LSC rack ?

 Please test this so we do not create more ground loops.

 Annual crane inspection is scheduled for 8-11am Monday, March 17, 2014

 

The control room Smart UPS has two red extension cords that has to be removed: Nodus and Linux1

 KroneCrane Fred inspected and certified the 3 40m cranes for 2014. The vertex crane crane was load tested at fully extended position.

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  9870   Mon Apr 28 17:27:29 2014 steveUpdatesafetysafety audit 2014

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 We had our annual safety inspection today.  Our SOPs are outdated. The full list of needed correction will be posted tomorrow.

 

The most useful found was that the ITMX-ISCT ac power is coming  from 1Y1 rack. This should actually go to 1Y2 LSC rack ?

 Please test this so we do not create more ground loops.

 Annual crane inspection is scheduled for 8-11am Monday, March 17, 2014

 

The control room Smart UPS has two red extension cords that has to be removed: Nodus and Linux1

 Last long extension cord removed from 1Y1 to ITMX-ISCT

The AC power strip at ITMX-ISCT is coming from wall L#26

  9873   Tue Apr 29 00:11:03 2014 steveUpdatesafetysafety audit 2014

Be aware that this may affect POP QPD and POP RF Thorlabs PD

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 Last long extension cord removed from 1Y1 to ITMX-ISCT

The AC power strip at ITMX-ISCT is coming from wall L#26

 

  9900   Fri May 2 08:15:54 2014 steveUpdatesafetysafety audit 2014

 

 Late adition: CHECK all viewport covers.

A, transparent Lexan sheet is protecting glass windows in a horizontal position

B, metal housing protection is required on each viewport except signal ports

C, signal ports should be shielded by optical table enclosure

 

We have to cover this window-camera with implosion proof cover or just remove it and blank it.

Question number 2: Do our vertically positioned windows with flip able covers require protective lexan ? NO 5-5-2014

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  9984   Wed May 21 13:51:19 2014 SteveUpdatesafetyscope battery recall

Tektronix RECALL on TDS3000 or TDS300B  oscilloscope BATTERIES TDS3BATB

This Lithium-Ion battery can be a fire hazard !  Remove battery pack and recycle it through Safety Office !

  10007   Mon Jun 9 09:41:06 2014 steveUpdatesafetysafety training

2014 surf students Nichin and Akhil received 40m specific basic safety training last week.

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  10069   Thu Jun 19 10:39:22 2014 steveUpdatesafetysurf safety training

 

 Andres Medina and Andrew "Harry" Hall received 40m specific safety training. They did general safety already and their laser safety training will be this after noon.

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  10071   Thu Jun 19 14:12:45 2014 steveUpdatesafetyoptical table scans

 

 PSL, AP, ETMY and ETMX optical tables were scanned for stay beam.

  10138   Mon Jul 7 14:38:55 2014 SteveUpdatesafetysafety training

TaraV - geology major undergrad -  of Jenne's summer help received 40m specific basic safety training.

  10201   Tue Jul 15 11:04:05 2014 SteveUpdatesafetysafety glasses must be worn all times!

This is the third safety glasses that I found laying around in the IFO lab lately. Safety glasses must be worn ALL times in the IFO room!

This rule is essential for your protection! Please do not enter if you can not put up with this regulation!

 

 

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  10476   Tue Sep 9 09:19:21 2014 SteveUpdatesafetyresponse to fried Sorensen

Quote:

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Q and Steve will follow elog 10028 entry to prepare the vacuum system for safe reboot

Here's the sequence of the morning so far:

  • I aligned the IFO (IR arms with ASS, X green with PZTs, PRM with PRMI locked on REFL33)
  • I closed the PSL shutter, and went inside to align PRM and both ITM oplevs (all others were within 10urad of zero in both directions)
  • While aligning those oplevs, I noticed the smell of burnt electronics. We tracked it down to the +15V sorensen in the rack nearest the PSL table
    • I claim the precipitating event was PSL shutter activity. If I recall correctly, the seismic rainbow traces went bonkers around the same time as the shutter was closed. There is a Guralp interface in the rack powered by the failed sorensen, so this would explain the erratic seismometer signals correlated with the power supply failure. We will look into potential shorts caused by the shutter. (Steve looked up the PMC trans and Guralp DQ channels, and confirmed the temporal coincidence of the events.)
  • We shut off all of the sorensens so that electronics were not being driven asymmetrically. 
  • Steve and I secured the vacuum system for computer reboots, as referred to in Steve's elog. Some combination of Jenne, Rana and Manasa shut down the control room computers, and turned off the watchdogs. 
  • Manasa and I moved Chiara inside, next to Mafalda, along with its backup HDs. It has been labeled. 
  • Booted up control room machines, they came up happy. 
  • FB and front-ends didn't need reboot, for some lucky reason. Watchdogs came back happily, oplev spots didn't move noticeably. 

The IFO is still down, as the PMC won't lock without the rack power, and we haven't pinned down the shorting mechanism. We don't want the replacement sorensen to immediately blow when plugged in. 

  Smoking Sorensen could have triggered the smoke alarm!

 Yesterday I called CIT Fire Protection Services very first to deactivate the sensors temporarily. The smoke alarm was turned back on right after the particle count dropped.

 Their phone number is posted at the entry doors 104M and 104W as shown below.

 

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  10716   Fri Nov 14 15:26:45 2014 SteveUpdatesafetyDiego gets safety traning

Diego Bersanetti received 40m specific safety training today.

  10781   Thu Dec 11 15:40:04 2014 SteveUpdatesafetysafety training

 

 Katherine Dooley has received 40m specific basic safety training in the 40m lab

  11068   Wed Feb 25 14:35:32 2015 SteveUpdatesafetysafety audit 2015

Safety audit went soothly. We thank all participients.

Correction list:

1, Bathroom water heater cable to be stress releived and connector replaced by twister lock type.

2, Floor cable bridge at the vacuum rack to be replaced. It is cracked.

3, Sprinkler head to be moved eastward 2 ft in room 101

4, Annual crane inspection is scheduled for 8am Marc 3, 2015

5, Annual safety glasses cleaning and transmission measurement will get done tomorrow morning.

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  11085   Fri Feb 27 14:17:51 2015 SteveUpdatesafetysafety audit 2015

Safety glasses were measured and they are all good. I'd like to measure your personal glass if it is not on this picture.

Quote:

Safety audit went soothly. We thank all participients.

Correction list:

1, Bathroom water heater cable to be stress releived and connector replaced by twister lock type.

2, Floor cable bridge at the vacuum rack to be replaced. It is cracked.

3, Sprinkler head to be moved eastward 2 ft in room 101

4, Annual crane inspection is scheduled for 8am Marc 3, 2015

5, Annual safety glasses cleaning and transmission measurement will get done tomorrow morning.

 

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  11093   Tue Mar 3 11:38:11 2015 SteveUpdatesafetyprofessional crane inspection

 

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Safety glasses were measured and they are all good. I'd like to measure your personal glass if it is not on this picture.

Quote:

Safety audit went soothly. We thank all participients.

Correction list:

1, Bathroom water heater cable to be stress releived and connector replaced by twister lock type.

2, Floor cable bridge at the vacuum rack to be replaced. It is cracked.

3, Sprinkler head to be moved eastward 2 ft in room 101

4, Annual crane inspection is scheduled for 8am Marc 3, 2015

5, Annual safety glasses cleaning and transmission measurement will get done tomorrow morning.

 

Konecranes' Fred inspected and load tested all tree cranes at with 450 lbs

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  11377   Thu Jun 25 15:07:50 2015 SteveUpdatesafetySurfs Safety 2015

Jessica Pena, Megan Kelly, Eve Chase and Ignacio Magana received 40m specific basic safety traning today.

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  11443   Fri Jul 24 13:49:09 2015 SteveUpdatesafetyLock doors please !

Thursday morning I found the control room emergency exit not locked.

Please check the doors when leaving the lab , specially when you are the last one out.

  11452   Tue Jul 28 15:05:09 2015 SteveUpdatesafetyfire alarm test ? no

We just had fire alarm trigged avacuation of the 40m lab.

It turned out that the CES building second floor sensor caused this action.

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  11531   Tue Aug 25 16:39:06 2015 SteveUpdatesafetysafety training

Alessandra Marrocchesi received 40m specific basic safety training yesteday.

  11660   Fri Oct 2 15:33:09 2015 SteveUpdatesafetysafety training

Gautom has received 40m specific basic safety training today.

  11728   Wed Nov 4 08:04:53 2015 SteveUpdatesafetysafety training

Yutaro Enamoto, visiting graduate student of Seiji received 40m specific basic safety training.

 

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  11911   Tue Jan 5 15:48:16 2016 SteveUpdatesafetyRat trap locations

Please look around when working close to these five locations. Use flashlights or leave lights on.

These mechanial traps are HAZARDOUS !

No visitors or tours till Monday, Jan 11  2016

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  11913   Tue Jan 5 17:19:57 2016 ranaUpdatesafetyRat trap locations

In the modern times, people use glue traps to catch rats instead of springs. They are less hazardous to people and don't spread rat fluid on the floor.

  11976   Thu Feb 4 10:19:05 2016 SteveUpdatesafetyfire marshal inspection

Pasadena fire marshal inspected the lab today. No violation was found.

  12008   Wed Feb 24 10:27:23 2016 SteveUpdatesafetysafety audit 2016

Safety audit went smothly.

Crane inspection is scheduled for March 4

Safety glasses will be measured before April 1

 

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