This industrial hygienist knows American Sign Language, dreams of driving an AA-fuel funny car, and stays connected to his Dutch heritage by visiting with family in Holland. Go here to check out the rest of Acord’s answers. Provide your own answers to 10 questions.
All radioactive material and radiation producing machines must be authorized by an approved work authorization from the Radiation Protection Group, including procurement, transfer, and use of Polonium-210 (Po-210) static eliminators. More>
Health Services will close at 2 p.m. on Dec. 23, and will not be open on Friday, Jan. 2. Expanded hours (7 a.m. to 5 p.m.) will begin on Monday, Jan. 5. In the event of a medical emergency during off hours, staff should call x7911.
The site serves as a one-stop shop for electrical safety needs, and is a good source of information, as many changes to the Lab’s program are on the way. Staff are encouraged to offer feedback on the new site, as well as bookmark it for future reference. More>
There’s a new medical director, Pete Estacio, a new physician’s assistant, Frederick Curtis, a new medical assistant, Kaitlyn Cox, the rollout of 50 automated external defibrillators, and extended hours for Health Services. More>
Employees who have traveled to Africa, or who have come into contact with anyone who has traveled to this region, are strongly encouraged to contact the Health Services Department (x6266) with questions or concerns. Additional information is available here.
A recent minor traffic accident at the Lab is a reminder that quickly recognizing the symptoms of a stroke or heart attack may mean the difference between full recovery and no recovery. More>
EHS is offering drop-in hours on Friday, Dec. 5, from 10 to noon and Dec. 18 from 1 to 3 p.m. in Building 26-124. Stop by to get your questions answered and hands-on help.
The Lab’s Ergo Team offers these keyboard shortcuts along with other resources. Keyboard shortcuts can reduce the strain associated with repetitive mouse clicking and dragging. Contact the team (x6848) for assistance.
Stephanie Collins of Environment, Health and Safety, served as an electrical safety officer for the Navy, Michael Elmore of the IT Division was an electronics technician during the Vietnam War, and Alex Gavidia of Engineering served with a civil engineering unit in the Air Force. Hear how their training in the armed services helped them procure positions at the Lab. More>