Requesting Access for Students Attending a Demonstration or Camp

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LNF Access for Students Taking a UM Class with Lab Sessions in LNF (such as EECS 423 or EECS 425)

Students will always be accompanied by the trainer and/or instructor, students must never be alone in the lab and should not operate tools unsupervised. Students must enter and leave the lab with the instructor(s) and be under his/her supervision at all times. LNF encourages these kind of activities and will give all technical assistance needed.

Before their first session in LNF or as specified by the course instructor, students must complete the following steps:

If students have completed any or all of these steps for other courses or research projects, they do not need to complete them again, but they should notify the class instructor and send the corresponding certificates to LNF-testing@umich.edu.

Requesting Access for Students Attending a Demonstration or Camp

If you wish to bring a group of students into the lab for a demonstration, or a camp activity, you will need to request camper access for your students. Students must always be accompanied by the trainer or instructor, students must never be alone in the lab and should not operate tools unsupervised. Students will be charged entry fees only. Instructor will be charged standard fees. If the demonstration or camp last more than a day students will be issued name tags. Students must enter and leave the lab with the instructor(s) and be under his/her supervision at all times. LNF encourages these kind of activities and will work with instructors to plan them, and will give all technical assistance needed.

In order to get access to LNF students and campers must complete the following steps:

  • Complete the new user training modules; LNF User Training Manual: Read General Information and Part I and Part II:Emergency Procedures, and take this open book quiz.
  • HF Safety Training: Hydrofluoric acid is commonly used in the LNF, and poses particular hazards which everyone working in the LNF should know about. Read this information about HF safety and take this open book quiz.
  • Students must complete MyLinc training course BLS042W and email back the certificate of completion to info@LNF.umich.edu