E949 Safety Information
- If you do not have a valid BNL ID you must register with GIS . See also the User's Center Notification page
- You should check in at the
AGS-RHIC User's center
(Bldg. 355, firstname.lastname@example.org, x5975) and with
with Debbie Kerr (you can give her a call or send her email - just let her know where to find you in an emergency or if someone is trying to reach you. She is in Bldg. 510E, room 3-178, x3857, email@example.com). At the Users Center you will be
given an introduction form . This form includes a list of
all of the training that you need to work on E949. This form is only supposed to be filled out once: however, they request that you check in (by person, phone or email?) every time you come to BNL.
- Work on the E949 experiment must conform to the safety rules of both
the Physics Department
and the Collider
Accelerator Department .
- You can obtain your current safety training status from the
- Course schedule and additional training information is also available
for both BNL and for
AGS specific (this
site includes information on the two courses necessary to get a film badge) .
- The E949 Work Plan (general work rules and specifics for
upgrading E949) and
the Appendix (for closing the detector) must be read by
everyone. After reading this document you must sign
the sheet in the counting house. Anyone needing to access the top of the
detector must also contact Joe Cracco
for Fall Protection Training.
- Everyone taking shifts (and presumably everyone) should be familiar with the E949 Emergency Response plan (and the AGS Emergency Response plan ).
- The AGS has also insisted that we create a procedure for the initial turn on of our spectrometer magnet (at the start of each running cycle). This is available at AGS OPM 11-06-01 .
- The Electronic Detector Group and E949 experiment safety coordinator is
Joe Cracco (1-151, x3783, p8564).
- Everyone must have an E949 safety briefing in the counting house by
Kelvin Li (3-174, x3828 or x4825) before taking shifts ( text and figures ).
(How the alarm systems work,... Currently this only needs to be done once.)
- The primary contact for safety issues at the AGS is the Liaison Physicist
I-Hung Chiang (Bldg. 911, A209, x7903 or p4240)