Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs June 15, 2016
Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs
June 15, 2016
12 GeV Upgrade
In Hall C, the cryo-control reservoir for the Super High Momentum Spectrometer dipole magnet and related hardware was received on-site from the magnet vendor, Sigmaphi, in France. Visual inspection upon receipt was good, and acceptance testing is underway. Hall B is continuing pump-down of the Torus vacuum jacket in preparation for cool-down. The Physics Division will convene an Experimental Readiness Review for the Torus cool-down on June 14.
Jefferson Lab Published Journal Articles, June 6-10
Remember to submit your papers for approval to the Jefferson Lab Publications database.
Publications Training and Refresher Course
American Physical Society Dissertation Award in Nuclear Physics Call for Nominations
Facilities Management and Logistics
Jefferson Lab Roads Update: Lawrence Dr. Construction; Rattley Rd. Closure
Jefferson Lab Calendar of Events
June 20-22: Users Group Workshop and Annual Meeting
2016 Summer Physics, Science Education, Enrichment Programs at JLab
Environment, Health, Safety and Quality
Warm Weather Brings out Wildlife, Insects and Poison Ivy
The Environment, Safety, Health and Quality and Facilities Management and Logistics divisions urge everyone to take precautions when working in areas that mimic or overlap the natural habitat of native creatures, especially when working on the Accelerator Site during the summer when many of these creatures are most active. If you come across any wildlife, native poison plants or related circumstances that cause you concern, alert Mike Lewellen, x7169 or firstname.lastname@example.org, and follow up by putting in an FM&L Work Request. Do not confront or corner wildlife – FM&L retains the services of a pest control company and can safely deal with your concern.
If you are stung, bitten or are exposed to native poison plants, report to Occupational Medicine and then contact Lewellen to notify him of the location and conditions. Prompt medical care can help prevent infection and complications that could result in unnecessary pain and lost work time. For more information about wildlife, insects and native poison plants, see the full memo.
Computing and Networking Infrastructure
Upcoming Jefferson Lab Pager Audit
IT Maintenance Scheduled for Tuesday, June 21
Microsoft Office 2016 Availability
Run-A-Round T-shirt Special Orders are Here
Music Makers Sought
Volunteers Sought to Help During Science Camp
|JLab Weekly Briefs is an ongoing publication providing information on the status of safety, accelerator operations, experiments, free-electron laser, reviews, upcoming activities and special events. Deadline for submission is every Tuesday by 10 a.m. Submit new items to: Public Affairs or contact Kandice Carter at x7263.|