1. New users
New users should register with the facility's director Dr. Rachel Rosen.
This registration process includes:
- Authorization of physical access to the facility using a fingerprint.
- Authorization to use the computerized reservation system to book devices in advance.
- Instructions for using the reservation system.
The preliminary stage of registration is obligatory.
2. Reserving devices
- Reserving each of the devices in the facility should be made in advance, using the on-line reservation system.
- Users must fill in all fields and describe in detail the contents of the samples (e.g. samples containing risk factors such as pathogenic or radioactive substances).
- Cancellations must be registered as soon as possible using the on-line reservation system, in order to allow other users to use the device. A user who fails to cancel a reservation will be charged as if the device was used.
3. Work in the facility:
- A user who is about to use a device for the first time should first receive instruction by Dr. Rachel Rosen.
- In no way should the device be operated for the first time without guidance. Improper use may result in a safety problem and / or damage to the device.
- Follow the safety instructions (see adjacent tab).
- In the event of a malfunction while operating the device, immediately contact the facility's staff.
- Each user must bring the equipment necessary for his work: plates, test tubes, optical cells, pipettes, tips, etc.
- After finishing the job, clean the device components and the entire work area. Do not leave waste or samples on or around the device.
- If any materials have spilled, they should be cleaned immediately, treated according to the safety rules, and reported to the facility's staff.