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IR-2 Training

Anyone who plans to work in IR-2 needs to have some orientation on the "rules of the game". Working above ground level is frequently required, and there are rules for this. It is essential to have a brief training session before working in the hall. This applies to everyone. The session only takes about 15 minutes, so it is not a burden. If someone has already had this training, but they have been away for quite a while, they should take it again, because many things have changed in the hall.

Training sessions by Sandy Pierson can be arranged by contacting him (tele. 926-2686, page 424-7654, or e-mail esp@slac.stanford.edu). Organized sessions are provided before major shutdowns when numerous new people arrive. Announcements will be made at those times.

Thanks.

Harvey Lynch