- 5:00 PM – 9:00 AM weekdays
- Weekends and CUNY staff holidays
- Policies Regarding Loss of Access and After-Hours Access
- To work in the cleanroom after-hours, the member must have a C-14 registered to the ASRC address.
- If operating a chemical process, the member must have a “buddy” present in the area of the hood when handling hazardous chemicals.
- The buddy must be a registered cleanroom member with after-hours access and must come with the member using hazardous chemicals. Never expect there to be other members already in the cleanroom available to help during after-hours.
After-Hours Access Status
To check access status, review the Active Nanofabrication Facility Members list.
- If the above indicates that you currently have full access, then your access status will not be changed.
- If you do not have full access, and don’t have a C-14, then you need to email Tom Dickson (email@example.com) and the facility (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request a new C-14. Once Tom informs us that your paperwork has been processed, we will grant you full access.
- If you do not have full access but have a C-14 to a non-ASRC lab (i.e., the card doesn’t have the ASRC address on it), then you need to email the facility (email@example.com) and attach a photograph of your current C-14. Facility staff will forward this information to FDNY and grant you access.
- If you do have a C-14 issued to the ASRC, but your name doesn’t appear on the full access list, then email a copy of your C-14 to the facility (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will grant you full access.