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Boyd, Steven, 01 July 2015 20:24


Controlled Access to the MICE Hall

Occasionally MICE collaborators will need to enter the MICE Hall when it has been searched and secured.
Since search and secure can take up to an hour a procedure has been put in place to allow controlled access.

Pre-requisites

MICE collaborators can only be allowed to carry out a controlled access if

  • they have already received CDM training
  • they have been trained in procedures for working in the MICE Hall magnetic field environment
  • they have been trained in the controlled access procedure

Controlled Access Training

Controlled access procedure is governed by

  • the Controlled Access checklist (if no SC Magnet permit is active)
  • the Controlled Access with SC Magnet Permit Active checklist if the permit is active.

Shifters should be aware and read both of the checklists and should follow each step during the access.

If no SC magnet permit is active, three people are required to carry out a controlled access:
two workers who will make the access. Both must have been trained in the Controlled Access procedure.
one Door Operator to manage the access and keep a log of entries and exits.

If an SC magnet permit is active, four people are required to carry out a controlled access:
two workers who will make the access. Both must have been trained in the Controlled Access procedure. Neither can have
pacemakers.
one Door Operator to manage the access and keep a log of entries and exits.

Controlled access training involves:

  • being made aware of, and going over, the controlled access checklists
  • being made aware of the requirements for a controlled access to be approved (e.g. noone with pacemakers should do a controlled access
    if the SC Magnet Permit is active)
  • being shown the controlled access procedure
  • tests in the controlled access procedure

Updated by Boyd, Steven almost 9 years ago · 5 revisions