jwc at snf.stanford.edu
Fri Jun 13 10:04:01 PDT 2003
Let's keep an eye on new users working on the wet benches and determine
who is not working safely and reeducate these people if possible.
Everyone is responsible for maintaining a safe lab environment and we
should address this issue gently in the bud ASAP.
my $0.2 worth,
Gladys Sarmiento wrote:
> -------- Original Message --------
Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 05:03:23 -0700 (PDT)
From: Rohit Sudhir Shenoy <rohits at stanford.edu>
To: gladys at snf.stanford.edu
> Hi Gladys:
> When I came in to use wbnonmetal early this morning, there were a lot of
> brown spots around the sulfuric hot pots because users forgot or didn't
> bother to clean up acid drips. In addition, someone had left an empty 3"
> cassette in the left side dump rinser. In general, I have been noticing
> that at nights, some users seem to have bad processing habits and utter
> disregard for lab rules. Let alone causing inconvenience to other users,
> some of their actions could potentially compromise cleanliness in the lab.
> If I have to report this to someone, whom should I tell? I really don't
> like to have to squeal on other labmembers, but sometimes it might be
> better in the interest of the lab functioning.
> Gladys Sarmiento
> Stanford Nanofabrication Facility
> 420 Via Mall, CIS 145
> Stanford, CA 94305-4070
> (650) 725-6199
> gladys at snf.stanford.edu
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