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Once there, go to the link “https://outlook.office365.com” and select. If you have not had RW1 training before, or your training has been expired for a while, you will also need to do practical training. You will be told about that after completing the written test.
 
Once there, go to the link “https://outlook.office365.com” and select. If you have not had RW1 training before, or your training has been expired for a while, you will also need to do practical training. You will be told about that after completing the written test.
  
For a list of all the  training you will need, and links to material that you will need to read, see the [[Training_and_Safety]]
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For a list of all the  training you will need, and links to material that you will need to read, see the [https://halldweb.jlab.org/hdops/wiki/index.php/Training_and_Safety Training and Safety].
  
 
== Trip Registration for Visiting Jefferson Lab ==
 
== Trip Registration for Visiting Jefferson Lab ==

Revision as of 11:16, 2 July 2021

User Training Information

In order to have access to Jefferson Lab, you will need to complete and keep up to date various training requirements. The Learning Management system shows you all the course and training that you have, including both required and not required.

If you want to know what training you need and what your status is with that training, then the following link is better.

If you need to update or get additional training, the you can find all the web-based training modules on the next page.

Unfortunately, not all training is web-based. You will need to take the Rad Worker 1 training in person. You can schedule that exam using the following link

Once there, go to the link “https://outlook.office365.com” and select. If you have not had RW1 training before, or your training has been expired for a while, you will also need to do practical training. You will be told about that after completing the written test.

For a list of all the training you will need, and links to material that you will need to read, see the Training and Safety.

Trip Registration for Visiting Jefferson Lab

If you are planning to visit Jefferson Lab, you need to register your visit 7 days in advance. Details can be found on the JLab HR Visitor Site. But it is easier to just use the direct registration link below.

It is recommended that you use your jlab email address to minimize information you need to enter. The registration site remembers a lot of information, but there are often additions and changes, so read things carefully. Also, there is new training you are required to do on that site related to COVID safety while at the lab. It can take up to 20 minutes to get through it all the first time.

Timely Information

  • As of June 21, 2021, someone will be manning the User Liaison Office in CEBAF Center on Tuesday and Thursday. It would be advisable to give them advance notice of any planned visits.
    • Lorelei Carlson, User Liaison Administrator
      • Phone: (757) 269-6388
      • Email: lorelei@jlab.org
    • Jodi Patient, User Liaison Associate
      • (757) 269-7583
      • patient@jlab.org
  • On Wednesday, June 23, 2021, the Computational Science & Technology (CST) Division will release annual Cyber Security Awareness (CST001) training. This training will be added to the skills requirements list (SRL) for all Jefferson Lab computer account holders. The new CST001 training highlights cyber security awareness to safeguard JLab computer accounts and lab data. For many years, cyber security was a part of GEN034 Annual Security Awareness. The primary focus of GEN034 is physical security. CST001 will focus on cyber security and delve deeper into this complex topic.