Covid-19 Procedures for IRL Arena

 

  • Scheduling and reservations:
    • Use on-line forms for reserving and gaining access to the IRL Flying Arena
    • Only one student allowed in lab at a time, plus safety-buddy as necessary
    • Work in lab only during reserved and approved time periods on lab calendar
  • Before and after lab use:
    • Students must clean all
      • door handles,
      • equipment,
      • keyboards,
      • tables,
      • chair arms,
      • other items touched
    • Cleaning supplies are provided in lab, but bring your own mask
    • If supplies are missing, before using lab, contact CSL (300-6315) or lab manager
  • At all times students must:
    • Wear masks (even when working alone)
    • Maintain social distancing (>10ft)
  • Entering the CSL Studio:
    • Access only through the middle outside door (follow signs)
    • Please wait for others to enter/exit door
    • Do not let others into the lab
      • If they should be there, they will have iCard access
    • Check for cleaning supplies prior to starting research work
  • Protocol while in CSL Studio:
    • One person at a time passing through narrow hallways and tight lab areas
    • Please wait for others to exit first and follow directional signs
    • No use of closed rooms, conference rooms or meeting areas
  • Students should not share working surfaces during sessions
  • Students should wash hands or use hand sanitizer before and after lab sessions
  • Please send check-out email (jmhart3), when reserved lab time is completed, stating:
    • If use of facility for experimentation was successful
    • That you have cleaned everything you worked with or touched
    • Cleaning supplies are still available and not getting low
  • Thank you for protecting yourself and others!
  • Here is a link for general precautions you can follow to stay safe at home as well.

 

Policy Violation Repercussions:

  • If in CSL buildings without mask you will be asked to leave and return with one
  • Neglect in following cleaning/mask/distancing policies can result in suspension of access
  • Repeated neglect or refusal to follow policies will result in revoking of lab access