Fwd: Shelving in litho area

Paul Rissman rissman at stanford.edu
Thu Nov 10 10:07:09 PST 2005

Hi Dick,

When you get back can you check on this?


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>From: Beinn Muir <beinnmuir at stanford.edu>
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>Hi all,
>I noticed yesterday when going around the lab that the shelves in the litho
>area (opposite the YES oven) are not bolted to the ground or the wall. I
>was under the impression that in an earthquake zone this was a necessity.
>There was also a number of glass dishes stored on the top of the shelves,
>with nothing to stop them falling off in even a minor shake. What is the
>policy regarding this in the SNF lab?
>Best regards,

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