Scheduling and Safety Questionnaire

Submit the complete Scheduling and Safety Questionnaire form

The following form should be filled out when the spokesperson of an approved experiment is ready to run the experiment – at least 6 months prior to the envisioned run date. The form is intended to help in establishing the division of responsibility between individual experimental groups and NSCL for the conduct of experiments and to identify the lab resources needed for your experiment. The submission of the questionnaire triggers the start of scheduling your approved experiment. The questionnaire will be sent to Jill Berryman, the Manager for User Relations, and the spokesperson should feel free to contact Jill with any scheduling questions.

This form must be submitted by the spokesperson at least six months prior to the experiment being scheduled.


Experiment Information

Experiment Scheduling Questionnaire

Will you need event-by-event momentum correction in the A1900?

Will you need beam tracking for your experiment?

Is a plastic timing scintillator required?

GRETINA Experiments Only

List design and/or fabrication jobs needed for your experiment and indicate how you foresee these needs will be met. Include estimate of hours needed for each job. Also indicate any special materials needs. It is the responsibility of each experimental collaboration to figure out how to provide the non-standard items needed for their experiment.

Do you need alignment support?    

Will you be using your own data acquisition electronics?
If YES, what level of assistance will you need?
If NO, will you be using a standard electronics setup?
Standard electronics setup:

Non-standard electronics setup:

Do you plan to bring your own data acquisition computer system hardware?
If YES, please provide the following information.

If NO, please provide the following information.

Alternate Data Transfer Method:

Hazard Assessment

Radiation (Ionizing and Non-Ionizing) Safety and Handling

Hazardous Materials Safety and Handling

Compressed or Dangerous Gases

Electrical Safety