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Piston / Cylinder Laboratory

Head of Section and Officer Responsible for Safety

Professor M.A. Carpenter


North Wing Basement, Room B1


  1. All persons using this facility must abide by the University and Departmental Codes of Safe Practice and be familiar with the Risk Assessment for the area, which must studied prior to commencing work.
  2. The use of these Laboratories is authorised Prof. Michael Carpenter, and is available only to those who have a well-formulated research project.
  3. Use of this room is restricted to working hours only. Users must notify an appropriate member of staff before working, and must inform the same person at the end of their session, that they have finished working.
  4. Out of hours working is not allowed under any circumstances.



Last updated on 25-Sep-09 09:37

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