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* * NEW * * 24/7 Automated Access in effect at SLAC Gate 17. * *  Please Read to avoid delays. * *

Complete SLAC Traffic Safety Training Course 154 to avoid disruption to your SLAC proximity access.

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» Training Requirements

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* * Review requirements for 24/7 automated access. Complete web-based training courses BEFORE ARRIVAL. Log in to SkillPort Training, enter you system ID# (we will provide this after you register through the User Portal) and the password "slac2005". Complete training, print a copy of your certificate, and close the SkillPort Training application. Credit for completing the course will be downloaded into the SLAC training database daily. Training course exams require a score of 80% or better to receive credit (review material and repeat exam as needed).

  • Course 101 - Cyber Security Basics (for first-time user); Course 200 - Cyber Security Refresher (return users must complete this course annually)
  • Course 396 - Safety Orientation for Non-SLAC Employees (SON)
  • Course 115 - General Employee Radiation Training (GERT)
  • Course 154 - SLAC Traffic Safety Training (new required training)

NOTE: We recommend printing and bringing training completion certifiicates. Use the latest version of Internet Explorer on a Windows computer or Safari on the Mac.SkillSoft does not support Chrome or Firefox on the Mac. Courses may appear to perform normally but the final score may not be recorded. Please verify your training was recorded by clicking the 'My Progress' tab to the left of the picture on your SkillSoft home page. Notify URA or ESH Training if you encounter problems. Click here for more details regarding SkillSoft system requirements:

» Safety Guidelines

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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:

April 20, 2014 6:47:56 AM PDT