Integrated Nanosystems Research Facility

INRF and BION Orientation Quiz

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Chemicals belonging to individuals need to be properly labelled and dated in ___ intervals:
How do you request training on specific equipment and when does training typically occur?
The designated evacuation assembly point is:
If you want to find out how to do something on the Forged system, you should:
Where do you check the status of the equipment?
The INRF has a YouTube channel and is an excellent resource (and videos are often required) for lab and equipment training.
Any outside chemicals/materials being brought into the lab must be approved by Staff.
To use a piece of equipment in the facility, users must first be authorized by staff on that specific piece of equipment.
The Forged system is OPTIONAL.
When evacuating the lab due to emergencies
If you do not access the facility within ___ days, accessibility will be denied.
All users are required to clean up after themselves except:
What must users do when operating equipment in the facility?
If you will be working with chemicals and and will need access to the wet processing areas in
the INRF or BION, you are required to submit the Chemical Usage Form
We require all staff and users to take safety training and pass certification before using
Which is the best statement below:
Which of the following are required when setting up a Forged system profile?
Where are SDS (safety data sheets) available for viewing?
In case of Emergency what is the best first phone number to call
Which of the following are NOT done through the Forged System?
Users can do which of the following with regards to gas cylinders:
Select the best option below:
Reading the Forged System SOPs is a required part of Orientation.
The INRF and BION are shared user facilities, and as such should be treated with that in mind
The Policy Compliance Agreement document must be completed prior to entering the lab facilities
Only INRF Staff are allowed to make adjustments and repairs to equipment, use compressed
gasses, and handle chemical wastes.
In use chemical forms are required to identify chemicals that are presently being used except if only leaving the room to use the restroom, make a phone call, or grab a quick drink/meal.
If you do not access the tool within the time limit specified on the Equipment page of the INRF website (90-180 days, and it varies per equipment) access will be denied.