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Site Access Protocol

Please follow the appropriate protocol for your level of access. Note that if you are granted access to the TRIUMF site, you do not need to contact the Driver Control Room upon your arrival/departure to/from site.

Questions about site access? Please email covid19taskforce@triumf.ca. 

For staff with approval to return to site
For staff without approval to return to site
For visitors/contractors

Communicating with the Driver Control Room

For the health and safety of our Operators, no unauthorized personnel are permitted in the Driver Control Room. Please call 7333 if you require assistance.

Respirators (N95 or half mask) must be worn by any outside  personnel accessing this area. Contact Radiation Protection Group for a respirator if required.

Accessing the TRIUMF Site

For staff with approval to return to site: 

  1.  Access to TRIUMF, be it MOB or inside fence, is limited to those approved to be on site

  2. If your TRIUMF access involves working alone, pre-arrange a buddy system 

  3. All usual safety protocols must be used, including pre-job briefings, job hazard assessments, work permits, etc.

  4. If you took out a work permit: when work is complete, return the work permit and inform the Driver Control Room that work is finished

For staff without approval to return to site

  1. Access to the TRIUMF site, including the MOB, is not permitted. If you have work that must be completed and is in line with our current operational priorities, please fill contact your ALD

  2. If you need to pick something up from your office or from Stores, contact your ALD and arrange for someone on the essential staff list to pick it up on your behalf, or make a post in the TRIUMF Community Discussion Board

For visitors/contractors 

  1. Access to the TRIUMF site by visitors or external contractors is limited to those approved by their division

  1. Visitors/external contractors must complete the TRIUMF COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire before site access is granted. 

  1. All usual safety protocols must be used, including pre-job briefings, job hazard assessments, work permits, etc.  

  1. If working alone, pre-arrange for a buddy system. 

  1. Limit your activity to the areas required to complete the specified work