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Boyd, Steven, 08 July 2015 12:19

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h1. Controlled Access to the MICE Hall
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Occasionally MICE collaborators will need to enter the MICE Hall when it has been searched and secured.
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Since search and secure can take up to an hour a procedure has been put in place to allow controlled access.
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h2. Pre-requisites
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MICE collaborators can only be allowed to carry out a controlled access if
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** they have already received CDM training
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** they have been trained in procedures for working in the MICE Hall magnetic field environment 
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** they have been trained in the controlled access procedure
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h2. Controlled Access Training
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Controlled access procedure is governed by
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** the Controlled Access checklist (if no SC Magnet permit is active) 
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** the Controlled Access with SC Magnet Permit Active checklist if the permit is active.
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Shifters should be aware of and read both of the checklists and should follow each step during the access.
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*three* people are required to carry out a controlled access:
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*two* workers who will make the access. Both must have been trained in the Controlled Access procedure.
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*one* Door Operator to manage the access and keep a log of entries and exits.
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Controlled access training involves:
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** being made aware of, and going over, the Shifter Controlled Entry (with and without SC permit) checklists 
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** being made aware of the requirements for a controlled access to be approved (e.g. noone with pacemakers should do a controlled access
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if the SC Magnet Permit is active)
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** being made aware of the principles of the PPS system, including a discussion of the hazards managed by the PPS
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** being aware of the hazards which are NOT overseen by the PPS system
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** familiarity with the PPS components : crates, door sensors and operation of the PPS mimic
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** familiarity with the operation of the PPS system
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** training in the procedure from "Hall Ready" status to "Controlled Entry" status
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** training in performing a controlled entry
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** training in the PPS procedures with SC permit active, including the SC permit beacon  and instructions on how to reinstate the Hall Search