Safety & Access

 
Safety Hazards

Carleton Lab is an active heavy civil engineering testing laboratory. This lab is not only subject to the standard safety regulations for chemical labs, as mandated by the FDNY, but also further safety regulations that are common in manufacturing facilities and construction sites.

All visitors and incoming students are asked to familiarize themselves with Carleton Lab's safety regulations and access policy.

RULES OF CONDUCT

  1. Guests must register with lab management. “Browsing” of the lab is dangerous and will not be tolerated.
  2. No laboratory property may be removed from the premises unless authorized by lab management.
  3. The entire lab is an active forklift and crane area. Persons without rigging training must always yield to cranes and the forklift. ANSI Z41 Steel toes must be worn by all persons performing heavy lifting or rigging.
  4. Open shoes, loose clothing, shorts and short skirts are prohibited in active lab spaces.
  5. Eating and drinking is prohibited in active lab space.
  6. Active machinery may only be approached under the express permission of the operator.

SAFETY & ACCESS REFERENCE GUIDE + user policy & training manual

 

MACHINE SHOP SAFETY RULES

Machine Shop Safety Rules

 


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