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CeNSE works with several hazardous materials and equipment. We operate with considerable autonomy, so it our responsibility to maintain the highest levels of safety. Furthermore, safety is an important part of any training in nanoelectronics. Potential job givers, be it industry or academia, expect a certain awareness about safety. This is especially true for leadership positions where project managers are responsible for the safety of their whole group. Remember, at CeNSE, it is always Safety First.

The four essential principles of safety are:

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Safety may mean different things to different people. To prevent confusion, we institute policies that clearly define standards for safe work practices. These rules need to be followed in letter and spirit, even if they appear burdensome or pointless. Trust us, there is a reason for everything. DO THINGS THE RIGHT WAY, NOT THE QUICK WAY.




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Everyone is personally responsible for safety. Be a good citizen. Highlight hazards using labels, notices and signage, so that other are adequately warned. Act responsibly in the event of an accident. Confront unsafe behaviour, even if it is uncomfortable to do so. SAFETY IS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBLITY.




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No matter how careful they are, people make mistakes. An effective safety policy does not rely on people to be “careful” but relies on systems to reduce the probability of accidents. Prior to beginning any project, think about all the things that can go wrong. Focus should be on reducing the probability of hazards, even the improbable ones, by intelligently designed precautions. Seek solutions that are “idiot-proof”.




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In case of an emergency, everyone must respond quickly and effectively. Be familiar with fire exits, assembly points, fire alarms, fire extinguishers, eyewash stations, safety showers, spill kits, and first aid boxes. Just a few moments of preparation could save a life during an emergency.


In case of confusion please refer to the CENSE safety manual. For any clarification, feel free to drop an email to Be safe.