|2.A.1 Name of plan "owner" (should be faculty PI)||Gordon Rule|
|2.A.3 Department of plan owner||Biological Sciences|
|2.B Justification of on-site work|
Chemicals are used, as well as specialized equipment.
|2.C.1 Facility details and locations|
|2.C.2 Personnel details|
|2.C.3 Acknowledge that people listed above have been consulted|
|2.D Pandemic Safety Officer|
|2.E.1 Short descriptoin of project(s) and type(s) of work|
Bacterial growth, protein isolation and characterization.
|2.E.2 Does your work involve human subjects?||No|
|2.E.3 If not requesting ongoing access, list date ranges for which you are requesting access|
I am requesting on-going access.
|2.G.1.a Describe any scheduling tools you will use to control access to particular rooms and appratus?|
We will have a shared calendar for ALL users of All common space (e.g. 2033, 3025, 3027, etc) which was set up by IT entitled: Research Activity planner; found on Outlook
|2.G.1.b If you intend to use pre-defined rotations or shifts, attach (at end) or provide below an example schedule|
Currently, usage of the primary research space for my program (2033) has fewer users than the maximum occupancy (6), consequently we do not require rotations. However, if the number of users in 2033 exceeds the maximum occupancy the PIs (Vincent, Rule, Affara) will meet regularly to discuss how this will be accomplished and we will update facilities on the plan.
|2.G.1.c Are there any circumstances where personnel CANNOT maintain physical distancing for short periods of time?||No|
|2.G.2 Anyone who is sick must stay home|
|2.G.3 Face masks|
|2.G.4 Individual hygiene & hand-washing|
|2.G.5 Facility entrance/exit logging processes|
All users of research space will enter their planned occupancy in a shared calendar, they will revise the calendar if their plans change. We have discussed with facilities using the normal door card scanners to generate an independent log of room access.
|3 Ramp-down and temporary suspension of work plans|
Bacteria will be killed by bleach, protein stored at +5C, DNA samples frozen at -20 or -80. Ramp down time < 24 hours for all of these. See additional features common to all investigators in the uploaded document (section 18).
|4 Regular reporting details|
|5 Acknowledgement of positive COVID-19 diagnosis response protocols and temporary work suspension|
Please see program-wide return to lab plan.