Safety courses needed for CMS underground cavern access

In the following page there is useful information for all the courses needed to acceess CMS underground cavern.

If you come to CERN for a first time follow the instructions here.

If you are already registered as an user at CERN, the following safety courses are needed to obtain access rights for CMS underground cavern (CMS UXC).

  • CERN Safety Introduction, This course is an update of: Basic Safety (Level 1 and 2).
    • This is an online safety course that can be followed at the following link.
  • Safety during LS1 , This course is an update of: Specific Risks and LHC Machine (Level 3 and 4).
    • This is an online safety course that can be followed at the following link.
  • CMS Safety, Level 4C
    • This is an online safety course that can be followed at the following link.
  • RP Course for CERN Supervised Radiation Areas
    • This is an online safety course that can be followed at the following link.
    • N.B. This course is mandatory only if you have never taken the 1-day-classroom RP course. With the online course only, you would have access just to Supervised areas but not Controlled areas which is still OK for your CMS_UXC access.
  • Self Rescue Mask Training also known as Biocell course
    • This is not an online course, but a 2-hour-long training course which is booked via EDH.
    • The Internal Training EDH Request form you can find here. Be aware that the course is free, however a budget code or a team account is mandatory while filling the form. You should be able to provide your institution team account.
    • The details about the course and the schedule of the training courses are availble here.
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