Fwd: Shelving in litho area

Dick Crane rcrane at stanford.edu
Fri Nov 11 15:51:59 PST 2005

Hi Paul,

I had Jim Haydon check the shelving unit and they are, in fact, equake 
braced. This unit is not tied to a wall since the height vs base rule 
was satisfied by cable tying two unit togather at right angles to each 
other. The glass dishes on top will need to be looked at.



Paul Rissman wrote:

> Hi Dick,
> When you get back can you check on this?
> Thanks,
> Paul
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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?
>> Thanks!
>> Best regards,
>> Beinn...

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