Requirements for User Onsite and Remote SLAC Access

Vast majority of Users will run remotely. Only experimenters with critical expertise will be approved for onsite access.

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Determine if you will be authorized to perform your experiment
onsite or if you will conducting it remotely
Conversation with POC

 
Contact your experimental Point-of-Contact (POC) to determine if you will be able to participate in your experiment either onsite or offsite (remote) SLAC campus. If you do not know your POC, please contact the User Office.
Onsite Approvals











 
If your POC determines you will have to work onsite to perform your experiment, then the following documentation must be completed and approved by SLAC/LCLS management prior to travel or onsite access.

Prior to travel and onsite access contact your POC to complete the following:

  • Determine Level(s) of Work for Experimental Tasks
  • Complete Job Safety Analysis (JSA) required for onsite approval
 

JSA’s need to go through an approval process, with final approval given by SLAC/LCLS management. Once approved please proceed to the Onsite Access in the next section for further instruction.

Off-site Approvals

 
If your POC determines your experiment can be performed remotely and has been approved by SLAC/LCLS management for remote access, then please choose remote access in the next section for further instruction.
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Onsite and Remote Access
Onsite Access
Authorized by SLAC/LCLS management for onsite SLAC access to participate in an experiment as a principal investigator, spokesperson, or collaborator



 
Protocols for onsite access to SLAC are dependent on where the User is located. Please select from the following:
 
Onsite access procedures
if you reside in
Northern California
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Onsite access procedures
if you reside
anywhere else
Remote Access
Authorized by SLAC/LCLS management to participate in an experiment remotely as a principal investigator, spokesperson, or collaborator
 

Remote Access Procedures