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MOU for Spacordion Tungsten Powder Calorimeter
'I. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
6.1 The responsibilities of the Spokesperson and the procedures to be followed by experimenters
are found in the Fermilab publication "Procedures for Researchers":
(http://www.fnal.gov/directorate/PFX/PFX.pdf). The Spokesperson agrees to those
responsibilities and to ensure that the experimenters all follow the described procedures.
6.2 To carry out the experiment a number of Environmental, Safety and Health (ES&H) reviews
are necessary. This includes creating an Operational Readiness Clearance document in
conjunction with the standing Particle Physics Division committee. The Spokesperson will
follow those procedures in a timely manner, as well as any other requirements put forth by
the Division's Safety Officer.
6.3 The Spokesperson will ensure at least one person is present at the Fermilab Test Beam
Facility whenever beam is delivered and that this person is knowledgeable about the
6.4 All regulations concerning radioactive sources will be followed. No radioactive sources will
be carried onto the site or moved without the approval of the Fermilab ES&H section.
6.5 All items in the Fermilab Policy on Computing will be followed by the experimenters.
6.6 The Spokesperson will undertake to ensure that no PREP or computing equipment be
transferred from the experiment to another use except with the approval of and through the
mechanism provided by the Computing Sector management. The Spokesperson also
undertakes to ensure no modifications of PREP equipment take place without the knowledge
and written consent of the Computing Sector management.
6.7 The experimenters will be responsible for maintaining both the electronics and the computing
hardware supplied by them for the experiment. Fermilab will be responsible for repair and
maintenance of the Fermilab-supplied electronics listed in Appendix II. Any items for which
the experiment requests that Fermilab performs maintenance and repair should appear
explicitly in this agreement.
At the completion of the experiment:
6.8 The Spokesperson is responsible for the return of all PREP equipment, computing equipment
and non-PREP data acquisition electronics. If the return is not completed after a period of
one year after the end of running the Spokesperson will be required to furnish, in writing, an
explanation for any non-return.
6.9 The experimenters agree to remove their experimental equipment as the Laboratory requests
them to. They agree to remove it expeditiously and in compliance with all ES&H
requirements, including those related to transportation. All the expenses and personnel for the
removal will be borne by the experimenters unless removal requires facilities and personnel
not able to be supplied by them, such a rigging, crane operation, etc.
6.10 The experimenters will assist Fermilab with the disposition of any articles left in the
offices they occupied.
6.11 An experimenter will be available to report on the test beam effort at a Fermilab All
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Trentalange, Stephen; Tsai, Oleg; Igo, George; Huang, Huan; Pan, Yu Xi; Dunkelberger, Jay et al. T-1018 UCLA Spacordion Tungsten Powder Calorimeter, report, November 16, 2011; Batavia, Illinois. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc847035/m1/13/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.