E949 Safety Information for Cosmic Run
- See E949 Safety Information for
general E949 safety information.
- The AGS will post the E949 detector area as
"Controlled area - TLD required". This will have no impact on
you if you have already been trained: you should maintain current
training in Radworker 1 and AGS Fixed Target Users. However, if
you have never taken Radworker 1, you will be able to take GERT
instead of Radworker 1 (GERT is web based).
- An AGS Fixed Target Users training course will be arranged for
August 16, 2004 at 10:30. We can arrange another one later in the week
if necessary. If you have previously taken the course, you can either sit
through this shortened version of the course or take the challenge exam.
- A new E949 Work Plan must be read and signed.
- Everyone taking shifts should be familiar with the E949 Emergency Response plan (and the AGS Emergency Response plan ).
- Anyone needing to access the top of the magnet (RSMON or Xe electronics, or
PMT fans) must be current in Fall Protection training (see
Joe Cracco 1-151, x3783, p8564.)
- 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,...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)