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					SECTION 20.2 -             DARESBURY SAFETY PROCEDURES -

                                           EMERGENCY PROCEDURES CHECKLIST




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                                      SITE CONTROLLERS


                                   EMERGENCY PROCEDURES


                                            GENERAL



1.       Site controllers undertake their duties on behalf of the Site Manager. Their main
         duties are:

         a)       To take control of emergency procedures except when the Fire Brigade are on
                  Site.

         b)       To give every assistance to the Fire Brigade's Officer in Charge when the Fire
                  Brigade are present.

         c)       To keep senior staff informed.

         d)       To issue brief interim statements following requests for information from
                  outside the Laboratory and to arrange in consultation with the Senior
                  Member of Staff on site for the issue of further statements.

         e)       To ensure that an accurate record of events is kept.

         f)       To prepare an incident report in consultation with the Safety Officer.

2.       The Safety Officer or Deputy Safety Officer will normally act as Site controllers
         during normal working hours.

3.       A copy of this document is held at the Gate Lodge.

4.       In the event of an External Emergency during working hours the Site Controller will
         maintain contact with Senior Management and the Halton Emergency Control
         Centre.




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                                         BOMB THREATS



1.       On arrival at the Laboratory:

         a)       Report to the Gate Lodge and obtain all available information about the bomb
                  threat.

         b)       Make sure that the Security Wardens keep a written record of events.

         c)       Make contact with the Daresbury Officer in Charge (normally a Crew Leader)
                  and formally take over control from him.

         d)       Check that the General Alarm has been sounded and that personnel are being
                  effectively prevented from re-entering buildings.

         e)       Consult with the Police as to when the buildings can be re-used.

         f)       Notify one of the Senior Members of Staff listed at the back of this document.
                  Agree the course of action to be taken based on Police advice, see (d) above.

         g)       Take steps to ensure that the agreed action is taken.

         h)       Notify the Safety Officer OR the Deputy Safety Officer.

2.       At a later stage:

         a)       Consult with the Safety Officer and agree the nature and contents of the
                  incident report.




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                        FIRE OR OTHER NON-MEDICAL EMERGENCIES



1.       On arrival at the Laboratory:

         a)       Report to the Gate Lodge.

         b)       Make sure that the Security Wardens keep a written record of events.

         c)       Make contact with the Daresbury Officer in Charge (normally a Crew Leader)
                  and formally take over control from him.

         d)       If you leave the Gate Lodge ensure that you maintain effective contact with
                  the Security Wardens there.

         e)       If the Fire Brigade is on Site make contact with their Officer in Charge and
                  give every assistance.

         f)       Ensure that all personnel are accounted for and that they are being kept well
                  away from hazards.

         g)       Notify the Safety Officer OR the Deputy Safety Officer.

         h)       If the emergency is a large scale one notify one of the Senior Members of Staff
                  listed at the back of this document.

         i)       If significant damage has been sustained by electrical or mechanical plant or
                  by the basic structure of buildings, notify the appropriate person from
                  electrical or site services.

2.       At a later stage:

         a)       Consult with the Safety Officer and agree the nature and contents of the
                  incident report.

         b)       Consult with the Senior Staff Member as to whether a formal enquiry into the
                  incident is required.




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                                    INCIDENT CONTROLLER


                EMERGENCY PROCEDURES - NORMAL WORKING HOURS


                                             GENERAL


1.       The Incident Controller will take local control of the incident until the Fire Brigade
         arrives on Site to take charge. He will liaise with the Site Controller who will provide
         the backup required to enable him to deal effectively with the incident.

2.       The Incident Controller will normally be the Emergency Team leader or his deputy.

3.       Outside normal working hours the Emergency Services are called directly.


                                   DEALING WITH INCIDENTS

1.       In the event of an incident:

         a)       Take control of the immediate area of the incident.

         b)       Assess the hazard and keep the Site Controller informed of developments.

         c)       If it is safe to do so, take whatever action is deemed necessary to protect the
                  lives of persons affected by the incident.

         d)       When the risk to persons has been dealt with, take any further steps deemed
                  necessary to protect other assets from further damage.

         e)       When the Fire Brigade arrive, give the Brigade Officer in Charge details of the
                  incident, possible location of casualties and location of hazards within the
                  area.

2.       After the incident, make a report to the Safety Officer at the earliest possible
         opportunity.

3.       In the event of an External Emergency during working hours the Incident Controller
         will ready the Emergency Team to deal with anyone trapped outside and overcome
         and arrange for breathing apparatus and chemical suits to be brought in from the
         Emergency Team storeroom.




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                                     OFFICERS IN CHARGE


         EMERGENCY PROCEDURES - OUTSIDE NORMAL WORKING HOURS


                                             GENERAL



     1. Officers in Charge will deal with minor emergencies and take control of major ones
        (Bomb Threats and Fire or other Non-Medical Emergencies) until a Site controller or
        the Fire Brigade arrives on Site to take charge.

     2. The Officer in Charge will normally be the SRS Operations Team Leader but if he is
        unavailable the Security Wardens take these responsibilities.




                                   DEALING WITH INCIDENTS

1.       In the event of an incident:

         a)       Maintain effective contact with the Security Wardens.

         b)       Investigate the incident and deal with it if you can without incurring serious
                  risk to yourself or your crew.

         c)       Otherwise ask the Security Wardens to summon the external Emergency
                  Services, a Site controller and a Radiation Protection Adviser if radioactive
                  materials are involved.

         d)       Take effective steps to ensure that personnel are kept well away from
                  hazards.

         e)       Offer every assistance to the Site controller and the Officer in Charge of the
                  Fire Brigade on their arrival on Site.




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                                   SECURITY WARDENS



The following instructions describe Emergency Procedures to be used in Working Hours
and Out of Hours. You should note however that any event involving unauthorised entry to
the Site or involving the Police or Emergency Services should immediately be reported to
the Site Manager or if he is not available, to the Director, Daresbury Laboratory




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                                                                              WORKING HOURS

                                       SECURITY WARDENS

                EMERGENCY PROCEDURES - NORMAL WORKING HOURS

                                              GENERAL


1.       If a major emergency takes place, two Security Wardens should be present in the
         Lodge. If only one is present, immediate steps should be taken to recall a colleague.

2.       A written record should be kept including the times of events. This information,
         easily forgotten, could be of great importance at a later stage.

3.       Enquiries from outside the Laboratory should be dealt with politely. Do not make
         any statements however - refer the matter immediately to the Site controller.

                                          BOMB THREATS

1.       On receipt of a telephoned bomb threat:

         a)       Try to be calm and courteous.

         b)       If at all possible keep the caller talking, for example, by pretending difficulty
                  in hearing, and repeat all the information you receive aloud.

         c)       Turn on recording equipment (if available).

         d)       Note telephone number if caller display exists.

         e)       Ask questions if unsure or to gain information for attached checklist.

         f)       At end of call activate any call trace facilities (1471 etc.)

         g)       Immediately call police using the 999 system.

         h)       Notify the appropriate people as indicated below (2 & 3).

         i)       Go back over the checklist, inserting further details as necessary.

         j)       Remain available to speak to the police – with the checklist and any tape
                  recording.

2.       Unless there are very substantial doubts about authenticity, sound the General
         Alarm.

         If there are real doubts, obtain advice from one of the Senior Members of Staff listed
         at the back of this document.

3.       After sounding the General Alarm, notify the Safety Officer.

4.       In all cases fill in the appended checklists and call the police.

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                                                                          WORKING HOURS


                        FIRE OR OTHER NON-MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

1.       In event of a major fire:

         a)       Summon the Fire Brigade by dialling 999.

         b)       Give them all available information of the nature and magnitude of the fire.

2.       On receipt of a break glass alarm:

         a)       Activate the appropriate Fire Alert and confirm the indicated location to the
                  Emergency Team when they respond.

         b)       If there is no response from the Emergency Team within 3 minutes summon
                  the Fire Brigade, giving them all available information.

3.       On receipt of a 3333 emergency call:

         a)       Find out all you can about the precise location, nature and magnitude of the
                  emergency.

         b)       Activate the appropriate Fire Alert and give the information to the Emergency
                  Team when they respond.

         c)       If there is no response from the Emergency Team within 3 minutes summon
                  the Fire Brigade, giving them all available information.

4.       On making contact with the Emergency Team:

         a)       Establish and maintain Radio contact, on Channel 1.

         b)       Summon other staff on request.

         c)       Summon the Fire Brigade, on request, giving them all available information.

5.       After summoning the Fire Brigade:

         a)       Notify Safety Officer that the Fire Brigade have been called and report the
                  location and nature of the emergency.

6.       On arrival of the Fire Brigade:

         a)       Give them clear information of the location of the emergency and the best
                  access route having agreed this with the Emergency Team (use the site maps).

7.       Where a small fire has been dealt with by the Emergency Team and the local Fire
         Brigade has not been called out, make a 999 call and given the message “This is a
         Late Call. We have had a small fire on site which has been dealt with by our own
         Site Emergency Team and we wish to report this for your records”.


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                                                                           WORKING HOURS


                                   SERIOUS MEDICAL EMERGENCIES



1.       On notification of emergency:

         a)       Find out the location and nature of the incident.

         b)       If serious injury or loss of consciousness is involved summon an ambulance
                  immediately by dialling 999.

         c)       Activate the Medaid Alert and give all available information to the
                  Emergency Team.

         d)       Contact the Occupational Health Advisor on Extension 3234 or Bleep 423 and
                  give all available information (0900 to 1500 hrs).

         e)       If there is no response from the Emergency Team or Occupational Health
                  Advisor within 3 minutes summon an ambulance by dialling 999.

2.       On making contact with the Emergency Team:

         a)       Establish and maintain Radio contact on Channel 1.

         b)       Summon other staff on request.

         c)       Summon an ambulance on request giving all available information.

3.       After summoning the Ambulance:

         a)       Notify Safety Officer that an ambulance has been called and indicate the
                  location and nature of the incident.

4.       On arrival of the ambulance:

         a)       Give the driver clear instructions as to where to proceed to pick up patients
                  having agreed the procedure in advance with the Occupational Health
                  Advisor and Emergency Team.




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                                                                           WORKING HOURS

                                   EXTERNAL INCIDENT


Following any notification from Halton Emergency Control Centre of a local emergency
situation:

1.      Inform the Safety Officer/Site Controller of the incident and give details of any
     specific instruction received from Halton Emergency Control centre.


1.       Use the tannoy system to give the following message:

         “We have been informed that there is a local emergency situation. All personnel are
         to remain indoors until further notice”

(c) Follow this up with a site email:

         “We have been informed that there is a local emergency situation. All personnel are
         to remain indoors, close all windows and close down any ventilation equipment or
         plant”

(d) Place the “Site Closed” sign on the site entrance.

(e) Repeat the tannoy message at regular intervals, giving further information as agreed
    with the Safety Officer.

(f) When advised by Halton Emergency Control Centre, use the tannoy and email to notify
    personnel that the Emergency is over. Recover the “Site Closed” sign.

If Halton Emergency Control Centre has given specific instructions – implement these
instructions after consulting the Safety Officer.


(Closing plant down – list?)




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                                                                             WORKING HOURS


                               OTHER ALARMS AND EMERGENCIES



1.       Less Serious Medical Emergencies:

         a)       Contact the nearest First Aider and notify the Occupational Health Advisor
                  on Extn 3234 or Bleep 423 and give all available information (0900 to 1500 hrs)
                  or contact a member of the Emergency Team by tannoy or telephone using
                  the team list provided.

2.       Lift Failure Alarm

         a)       Contact N Henshall Extn 3129 or Bleep 436 and give details. Otherwise
                  contact Otis Lifts Plc on 0800 181363 and give details.




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BOMB THREAT – CHECK LIST
Action to be taken on receipt of a bomb threat

•     SWITCH ON TAPE RECORDER (if available)
•     TELL THE CALLER WHICH TOWN/DISTRICT YOU ARE ANSWERING FROM
•     RECORD THE EXACT WORDING OF THE THREAT:

......................................................................................................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................

•     ASK THESE QUESTIONS:
Where is the bomb right now? ......................................................................................................................

When is it going to explode? ........................................................................................................................

What does it look like? .................................................................................................................................

What kind of bomb is it?...............................................................................................................................

What will cause it to explode? ......................................................................................................................

Did you place the bomb? ..............................................................................................................................

Why?.............................................................................................................................................................

What is your name? ......................................................................................................................................

What is your address? ...................................................................................................................................

What is your telephone number? ..................................................................................................................

•     RECORD TIME CALL COMPLETED

......................................................................................................................................................................

•     WHERE AUTOMATIC NUMBER REVEAL EQUIPMENT (1471) IS AVAILABLE RECORD
      NUMBER SHOWN

......................................................................................................................................................................

•     INFORM THE CO-ORDINATOR (Name and telephone number of person informed)

......................................................................................................................................................................

•     CONTACT THE POLICE BY USING THE EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER

Time informed ..............................................................................................................................................




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THIS PART SHOULD BE COMPLETED ONCE THE CALLER HAS HUNG UP AND THE
POLICE/BUILDING SECURITY OFFICER HAVE BEEN INFORMED

Time and date of call.....................................................................................................................................

Length of call ................................................................................................................................................

Number at which call was received (that is your extension) ........................................................................

ABOUT THE CALLER

Sex of Caller – Male                                Female                      Nationality…………………                                       Age……………

THREAT LANGUAGE

Well spoken                            Irrational                       Taped                             Foul                           Incoherent

CALLERS VOICE

Calm                                      Crying                                   Clearing Throat                                    Angry

Nasal                                     Slurred                                  Excited                                            Stutter

Disguised                                 Slow                                     Lisp                                               Accent *

Rapid                                     Deep                                     Familiar                                           Laughter

Hoarse

If the voice sounded familiar, whose did it sound like?................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................

* What accent?..............................................................................................................................................

•     BACKGROUND SOUNDS

Street Noise                                House Noise                            Animal Noise                           Crockery

Motor                                       Clear                                  Voice                                  Static

PA System                                   Booth                                  Music                                  Factory Machinery

Office Machinery

Other (specify) ..............................................................................................................................................

Remarks ........................................................................................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................

Signature .......................................................................................................................................................

Print Name ..............................................................................................Date ..............................................




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                                                                                     OUT OF HOURS

                          SECURITY WARDENS
         EMERGENCY PROCEDURES - OUTSIDE NORMAL WORKING HOURS


                                              GENERAL

1.       If a major emergency takes place, two Security Wardens should be present in the
         Lodge. If only one is present, immediate steps should be taken to recall a colleague.

2.       A written record should be kept including the times of events. This information,
         easily forgotten, could be of great importance at a later stage.

3.       Enquiries from outside the Laboratory should be dealt with politely. Do not make
         any statements however - refer the matter immediately to the Site controller.


                                          BOMB THREATS

1.       On receipt of a telephoned bomb threat:

         a)       Try to be calm and courteous.

         b)       If at all possible keep the caller talking, for example, by pretending difficulty
                  in hearing, and repeat all the information you receive aloud.

         c)       Turn on recording equipment (if available).

         d)       Note telephone number if caller display exists.

         e)       Ask questions if unsure or to gain information for attached checklist.

         f)       At end of call activate any call trace facilities (1471 etc.)

         g)       Immediately call police using the 999 system.

         h)       Notify the appropriate people as indicated below (2 & 3).

         i)       Go back over the checklist, inserting further details as necessary.

         j)       Remain available to speak to the police – with the checklist and any tape
                  recording.

2.       Unless there are very substantial doubts about authenticity, sound the General
         Alarm.

         If there are real doubts, obtain advice from one of the Senior Members of Staff listed
         at the back of this document.

3.       After sounding the General Alarm, call in a Site Controller or the Safety Officer.

4.       In all cases fill in the appended checklists and call the police.

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                                                                              OUT OF HOURS



                        FIRE OR OTHER NON-MEDICAL EMERGENCIES



1.       On receipt of a break glass alarm:

         a)       Activate the appropriate Fire Alert.

         b)       Summon the Fire Brigade.

         c)       Notify the SRS crew if present on site.

2.       On receipt of a 3333 emergency call:

         a)       Find out all you can about the precise location, nature and magnitude of the
                  emergency.

         b)       Activate the appropriate Fire Alert.

         c)       Summon the Fire Brigade, giving them all available information.

3.       After summoning the Fire Brigade:

         a)       Notify the SRS crew leader if present on site

         b)       Call in a Site controller.

         c)       If radioactive materials are involved notify one of the Radiation Protection
                  Advisers.

4.       On arrival of the Fire Brigade:

         a)       Give them clear information of the location of the emergency and the best
                  access route using the site maps provided.




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                                                                               OUT OF HOURS


                                   SERIOUS MEDICAL EMERGENCIES



1.       On notification of emergency:

         a)       Find out the location and nature of the incident.

         b)       If serious injury or loss of consciousness is involved summon an ambulance
                  immediately by dialling 999.

         c)       Activate the Medaid Alert.

         d)       Notify SRS Crew if present on Site.

         e)       Attend at scene of injury or illness maintaining contact with the Lodge. Give
                  first aid and summon an ambulance if necessary.

2.       After summoning the Ambulance:

         a)       Notify the Safety Officer OR the Deputy Safety Officer.

         b)       If a death, or serious injury to more than one person are involved notify one
                  of the Senior Members of Staff listed at the back of this document.

3.       On arrival of the ambulance:

         a)       Give the driver clear instructions as to where to proceed to pick up patients
                  using the site maps provided.




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                                                                                OUT OF HOURS

                                   EXTERNAL INCIDENT

Following any notification from Halton Emergency Control Centre of a local emergency
situation:

(a) Contact a Site Controller of the incident and give details of any specific instruction
    received from Halton Emergency Control centre.


(b) Use the tannoy system to give the following message:

         “We have been informed that there is a local emergency situation. All personnel are
         to remain indoors until further notice”

(c) Follow this up with a site email:

         “We have been informed that there is a local emergency situation. All personnel are
         to remain indoors, close all windows and close down any ventilation equipment or
         plant”

(d) Place the “Site Closed” sign on the site entrance.

(e) Repeat the tannoy message at regular intervals, giving further information as agreed
    with the Site Controller.

(f) When advised by Halton Emergency Control Centre, use the tannoy and email to notify
    personnel that the Emergency is over. Recover the “Site Closed” sign.

If Halton Emergency Control Centre has given specific instructions – implement these
instructions after consulting the Site Controller.


(Closing plant down – list of contacts?)




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                                                                                    OUT OF HOURS


                               OTHER ALARMS AND EMERGENCIES



1.       Less Serious Medical Emergencies:

         a)       Give first aid if the patient is unable to attend at the Lodge.

2.       Lift Failure Alarm

         a)       Contact N Henshall on 01928 568958 and give details. Otherwise contact Otis
                  Lifts Plc on 0800 181363 and give details.




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BOMB THREAT – CHECK LIST
Action to be taken on receipt of a bomb threat

•     SWITCH ON TAPE RECORDER (if available)
•     TELL THE CALLER WHICH TOWN/DISTRICT YOU ARE ANSWERING FROM
•     RECORD THE EXACT WORDING OF THE THREAT:

......................................................................................................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................

•     ASK THESE QUESTIONS:
Where is the bomb right now? ......................................................................................................................

When is it going to explode? ........................................................................................................................

What does it look like? .................................................................................................................................

What kind of bomb is it?...............................................................................................................................

What will cause it to explode? ......................................................................................................................

Did you place the bomb? ..............................................................................................................................

Why?.............................................................................................................................................................

What is your name? ......................................................................................................................................

What is your address? ...................................................................................................................................

What is your telephone number? ..................................................................................................................

•     RECORD TIME CALL COMPLETED

......................................................................................................................................................................

•     WHERE AUTOMATIC NUMBER REVEAL EQUIPMENT (1471) IS AVAILABLE RECORD
      NUMBER SHOWN

......................................................................................................................................................................

•     INFORM THE CO-ORDINATOR (Name and telephone number of person informed)

......................................................................................................................................................................

•     CONTACT THE POLICE BY USING THE EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER

Time informed ..............................................................................................................................................




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THIS PART SHOULD BE COMPLETED ONCE THE CALLER HAS HUNG UP AND THE
POLICE/BUILDING SECURITY OFFICER HAVE BEEN INFORMED

Time and date of call.....................................................................................................................................

Length of call ................................................................................................................................................

Number at which call was received (that is your extension) ........................................................................

ABOUT THE CALLER

Sex of Caller – Male                                Female                      Nationality…………………                                       Age……………

THREAT LANGUAGE

Well spoken                            Irrational                       Taped                             Foul                           Incoherent

CALLERS VOICE

Calm                                      Crying                                   Clearing Throat                                    Angry

Nasal                                     Slurred                                  Excited                                            Stutter

Disguised                                 Slow                                     Lisp                                               Accent *

Rapid                                     Deep                                     Familiar                                           Laughter

Hoarse

If the voice sounded familiar, whose did it sound like?................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................

* What accent?..............................................................................................................................................

•     BACKGROUND SOUNDS

Street Noise                                House Noise                            Animal Noise                           Crockery

Motor                                       Clear                                  Voice                                  Static

PA System                                   Booth                                  Music                                  Factory Machinery

Office Machinery

Other (specify) ..............................................................................................................................................

Remarks ........................................................................................................................................................

......................................................................................................................................................................

Signature .......................................................................................................................................................

Print Name ..............................................................................................Date ..............................................




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                                      SITE CONTROLLERS


 G J Baker                                          Manchester      0161 283 0084
                                                    Mobile          07867 501115

 E R Ardern                                         Urmston         0161 748 7860

 P D Quinn                                          Hartford        01606 74756
                                                    Mobile          0374 735033

 J Manning                                          Northwich       01606 888559

                                   SENIOR MEMBERS OF STAFF
                                   (MANAGEMENT-ON-CALL)


 H G Price                             3119                         01235 520579
 Director Daresbury Laboratory                      Mobile          07770 652551

 P J Durham                            3263                         01925 267480

 F D Hothersall                        3463                         01995 602146
 (Chair of Safety Committee)                        Mobile          0374 734504

 W N J Snodgrass                       3122                         01925 263441
                                                    Mobile          07774 446191

                                        SAFETY GROUP


 Safety Officer                        3285   308   Manchester      0161 283 0084
                                                    Mobile          07867 501115

 Deputy Safety Officer                 3264   310   Urmston         0161 748 7860

                                    HEALTH PHYSICS GROUP


 Snr Radiation Protection Advisor      3266   414                    01925 652433

 Radiation Protection Advisor          3266   412                    01928 575309

                                   OTHER USEFUL CONTACTS

 Biological Safety Officer             3225

 LASER Safety Officer                  3584   399

G J Baker
April 8, 2002




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