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Adjusting your workstation
Step by step guide to adjust the workstation
Evacuation procedure and principles for CERN sites on French territory
In some cases the regulatory framework of a certain domain can be exhaustive and challenging to implement. This document provides further interpretation on CERN safety requirements, related to evacuation procedure and principles on the French territory of the CERN site, as well as recommendations on best practices to be used on CERN sites.--
Memorandum COVID-19-related health and safety measures
The present memorandum defines the general principles and responsibilities regarding the COVID-19-related health and safety measures applicable during the period of CERN’s gradual restart following CERN’s safe mode in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is complemented by detailed instructions given in Annex 1, which will be regularly reviewed to take account of the evolution of the pandemic and any scientific and regulatory developments. Once CERN’s restart is complete, health and safety measures for CERNs operation will be covered by another memorandum.
CERN Instructions on COVID-19 Health and Safety Measures
Only in English
These instructions complement the Memorandum by the Director-General and the Head of the HSE Unit, entitled “COVID -19-related health and safety measures”, issued on 5th of May 2020.
These instructions shall apply as of 5th of May 2020 and until they are revoked. They will be reviewed and updated as needed, to take account of the evolution of the pandemic and of scientific and regulatory developments related to COVID-19.
CERN Instructions on COVID-19 Health and Safety Measures for contractors
CERN has defined specific COVID-19 related health and safety measures (the “COVID-19 measures”) applicable during the period of CERN’s gradual restart following CERN’s safe mode in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
CERN templates to be obligatorily used for electrical works and/or non-electrical works in the vicinity of electrical equipment
Work Permit (Electrical Safety)
General and non-LHC
Note: These forms are normally printed in carbonless paper with 4 copies (including the main one) and following a specific color code. Please contact EN-EL Secretariat or EN-ACE Secretariat for more information.