Required All Hands Meeting for Long Shutdown

Required All Hands Meeting for Long Shutdown

In preparation for the CEBAF Long Shutdown (LSD) scheduled to begin on Friday, May 18, two sessions of a shutdown safety and coordination meeting are scheduled for Monday, May 7 and Tuesday, May 8. All Jefferson Lab staff members with jobs that are being or will be impacted by the Long Shutdown are required to attend.

Users who are at the lab and will be working on the Accelerator Site or involved in 12 GeV Upgrade work during the shutdown may also attend the meeting.

The meeting agenda includes:
- Scope of work planned for the shutdown;
- Work priorities, schedule, coordination and procurement requests;
- A refresher on critical safety procedures.

Two sessions of the meeting will be held: May 7 from 1:30 - 3 p.m., and May 8 from 9:30 - 11 a.m.  Both sessions will be held in the CEBAF Center auditorium. When attending, be sure to have your JLab ID badge with you, enter the auditorium at the first-floor entrance and swipe your badge at the card reader located on the wall inside the auditorium entrance.

To allow for auditorium capacity, attendance for the sessions is suggested below. If you cannot make the session your division or work center is scheduled for, please attend the other session. Any questions regarding this meeting may be directed to your supervisor.

If the auditorium reaches capacity, overflow seating will be available in CEBAF Center Room F113. But remember to stop by the card reader inside the auditorium entrance, first.

Monday, May 7, from 1:30 - 3 p.m. for staff from:
Accelerator Division
Director's Office
Engineering Division
Human Resources
Project Management & Integrated Planning
Theory Group
12 GeV Upgrade Project

Tuesday, May 8, from 9:30 - 11 a.m.  for staff from:
Experimental Nuclear Physics Division
Chief Financial Officer Group
Information Technology Division
Environment, Safety, Health & Quality Division
Facilities Management & Logistics
FEL Division
Public Affairs
Science Education
Staff Services

More information about the Long Shutdown is available to the lab community at:

This briefing should take no more than 45 minutes and will allow time at the end for questions and answers.

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