The Operations Department at Jefferson Lab has put together an Operations Orientation Program to help users become familiar with the standard practices used to run the accelerator.
It introduces some of the standard procedures used to deliver usable beam and also explains some of the terminology that is unique to Jefferson Lab. The Operations Department's goal is simple: facilitate communication between the Operations Department and the Experimental Users to achieve a common goal: world-class physics.
On site users are encouraged to attend the bi-monthly Operations Orientation training. Classes are offered on alternating Tuesdays from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm in the Machine Center Control Room.
If you would like to attend this course, please contact Michele Joyce at email@example.com. But make sure you have your badge and all your required training (EH&S Orientation, RadWorker 1, and ODH) otherwise you won't be able to get on the site. You can contact the User/International Liaison Office at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding badging and User training classes/proficiency testing.
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