SNF Visitor Form
Jane.Edwards at stanford.edu
Tue Jun 10 13:14:03 PDT 2003
This looks good and I agree with Nancy that we need to get the word out
to the users about the new form or they won't know to use it. Also, have
you thought about what happens if someone doesn't fill out the form and
just goes on in the lab (or maybe this doesn't happen)? How are we
going to police this?
From: Nancy Latta [mailto:latta at snf.stanford.edu]
Sent: Friday, June 06, 2003 12:46 PM
To: Mary Tang
Cc: process at snf.stanford.edu; Jane Edwards
Subject: Re: SNF Visitor Form
I think the form looks pretty perfect. I am a tad worried about how we
get the word out that the forms *must* be signed. I wonder if there is
a way to send out a 'policy statement' message every three or so months.
Actually, that would be a good thing for several other of our policys,
esp. those newbies aren't getting, or oldsters have 'forgotten'.
We might have a rather public place (near the lab door) where either
blanks are kept, or filled out forms filed in a book, as a reminder.
Mary Tang wrote:
> Hi all --
> In an effort to keep track (and keep under control) the number (and
> purpose) of visitors brought in by labmembers to tour the lab, I
> we have them sign this form. It's sort of like what they have you
> when you visit a health club. The purpose of the form is to: 1.
> convey the fact that SNF is a working lab, not a Disneyworld tour; 2.
> let SNF staff keep tabs on who's bringing visitors to the lab (and to
> make sure that the sponsoring labmember is someone who actually knows
> the lab, not just the CEO who took the intro-to-safety training six
> months ago...) I was thinking that we could just have a stack of
> forms outside Janine's office or maybe even the lab, so that we could
> encourage everyone to go through this review process...
> Please let me know what you think!
> Mary X. Tang, Ph.D.
> National Nanofabrication Users' Network
> Stanford Nanofabrication Facility
> CIS Room 136, Mail Code 4070
> Stanford, CA 94305
> mtang at snf.stanford.edu
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