Task List for New Arrivals

For newly arriving people at the Point 8 Assembly Hall (Bldg 3852) the following items should be completed BEFORE arrival, if possible. If you have any questions, email b.leverington@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch

Introduction

The SciFi homepage can be found here: https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/LHCb/UpgradeSciFiTracker. Additional information can usually be found there including phone numbers for the responsible.

The LHCb home page is here: http://lhcb.web.cern.ch/lhcb/

Registration

Complete the Cern User Registration procedure and the LHCb registration form. Submit them to the appropriate secretariats. This must be completed before anything else. Get the medical certificate from for the Radiation Dosimeter below as well before traveling to CERN.

The PC in the assembly hall uses your CERN username and password for login credentials.

Send an email f you wish to be added to the ! SciFi assembly hall mailing list, lhcb-scifi-assembly. Send an email to b.leverington@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch

Door Access

After you have picked up your access badge from the CERN user's office, request door access rights in ADAMS to:

Description Code
LHCb Surface Buildings LHCB_S
LHCb Underground LHCB_U
Assembly Hall 3852-R-001
LHCb Control Room 3862-R-001
LHCb Workshop (special request only) LHCB_W
Swiss/French Border Tunnel T

Radiation Dosimeter

You will need this to go underground, but not in the Assembly hall. Follow the instructions here.

This requires a signed "Certificate for associated members of the personnel (Institute Certificate)" signed by the Radiation Safety Officer of your Home Institute. This usually requires a checkup by a doctor to get.

A Short Term Dosimeter is available at CERN for up to 2 months total per year without a medical certificate.

Safety Training Courses

Items a-g are required, h+ are nice to have and can be completed when possible while you are at CERN. The CERN safety training catalog can be accessed here.

a. Basic Mandatory (online)

b. electrical safety awareness (online)

c. LHCb - Surface and Underground areas - Session (online)

d. Radiation Protection - Awareness (online)

e. IMPACT - Fundamentals (online)

f. Radiation Protection - Supervised Area (online)

g. Cryogenic Safety - Awareness (online)

h. Workshop Operator (classroom training 2h)

i. Working at Heights - Using a Harness (requires classroom training)

j. Habilitation Electrique - Electrician Low and High Voltage - Initial (requires classroom training)

k. First Aider - Level 1 - Initial

l. Mobile Elevating Working Platform - Driving - Initial

m. Overhead Crane - Operator and Slinger - Initial

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Shoes and Helmet available at the CERN store. (paid by home institute, requires a Team Account number),

CERN Mobile

Talk to your institute supervisor about requesting a CERN mobile number:

http://information-technology.web.cern.ch/book/gsm-mobile-phone/gsm-subscriptions/how-request-subscription

Introduction to the Assembly Hall (Bldg. 3852)

Sune (Sune.Jakobsen@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch) or Blake (b.leverington@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch) should give you an introduction to the Assembly Hall, including pointing out our procedures for working on scaffolding, where to store your equipment, whom to contact regarding specific issues, etc.

-- BlakeLeverington - 2018-11-19

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