Log-in to your account
* * Review requirements for 24/7 automated access. Complete web-based training courses BEFORE ARRIVAL.
- Go to this browser check web page to verify that your computer is compatible with the web training system requirements.
- NOTE: SLAC web training is compatible with Windows computers using the Internet Explorer or Firefox browsers and Mac computers using Safari only. Linux and other third party browsers, such as Google Chrome, are not supported.
- Java and Flash are also required to access the web training. A complete list of system requirement is located here.
- Mac users – We recommend you verify your Java installation by going to this Java web page http://www.java.com/en/download/installed.jsp before attempting to access the Web Training Portal.
- If you do not see any warnings, this indicates that your computer has passed the system check. If you see a warning message, follow the link displayed there for further instructions.
- Once you pass the system check, then click the red banner to access the log-in page where you will enter your system ID # [insert system ID here] and the password slac2005.
- After log-in, select the “Web Training Catalog” tab.
- Click on the “Users" folder and then select the following courses to complete.
- Course 396 - Safety Orientation for Non-SLAC Employees (SON) (You must view every slide to receive course credit)
- Course 115 – GERT (Passing the quiz with a score of at least 80% is required to receive course credit)
- Course 154 – SLAC Vehicle Safety Training (Agreement to abide by SLAC driving regulations is required to receive course credit)
- Either Course CS101 – Cyber Security Basics for New Users (First time users of SLAC computing resources)
- Or Course CS200 – Cyber Security Annual Refresher (For returning users who have previously completed CS101)
Roll over the course name and you will see a "Launch" link. Click this link to launch the course. Each training is approximately 45 minutes.
Please verify your training was recorded by clicking the 'My Progress' tab to the left of the picture on your SkillSoft home page.
Once you have completed the courses, print your certificates of completion!
Take the certificates with you to get your badge. Credit for completing courses will be downloaded into the SLAC training database the following day.
Please notify firstname.lastname@example.org if you encounter problems with required training.
We take very seriously the challenges of user safety. Each person who uses the lightsource facilities shares in the responsibility of ensuring a safe workplace.
SLAC uses the integrated safety and environmental management system (ISEMS) to bring safety and environment into work practices at all levels. Our core Safety and Values document shows our expectations for working safety at SLAC.
ISEMS applies these core functions as steps to our work (as well as the environmental impact of all tasks performed):
Each person who uses our facilities is required to observe all federal, state, local and SLAC workplace safety regulations. Work Planning and Controls (WPC) requires that users plan experiments properly, take extra effort to identify potential hazards, and work closely with us to develop mitigations and implement controls.
Contact SSRL or LCLS safety officers if you have questions or need assistance:
Create a new account and become eligible to conduct research at SLAC.
SLAC ROAD CLOSURE: Beginning 1/19/15, the SLAC Loop Road between Starbucks and Gate 17 will be closed. At the SLAC Sand Hill Road entrance, turn right (instead of left) and follow the Loop Road around the main SLAC campus to enter the experimental areas through Sector 30 or Gate 17. Access to Gate 17 from the “Starbucks” side is expected to re-open in late February.
SC User Facility Database Notice: The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science (SC), the primary sponsor of LCLS and SSRL, requires that user name, affiliation and research proposal title be transmitted annually for public dissemination.
How do I submit a proposal? Where can I find out about deadlines? Where are you located? ...
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