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First-time Users must first get registered and complete the online training courses prior to arrival at SLAC. Follow the instructions here.
Each individual must check that the information in their profile in the User Portal is up-to-date and check that they have completed their assigned training (https://userportal.slac.stanford.edu/). If they do not have an account, they must register. Review the information on the webpage in the "Before you arrive" section (https://userportal.slac.stanford.edu/before-you-arrive).
There are new requirements for Foreign Nationals. See the "Before you arrive" section (https://userportal.slac.stanford.edu/before-you-arrive) for details. Expect delays at the badging office.
Unless you are just going to the general access areas (the Rad Worker training room and majority of meeting rooms fall under general access areas) during business hours, you need to have a SLAC ID badge and dosimeter. Any after-hours access needs a SLAC ID badge, even the general access areas.
Review “while you are here” information on the User Portal (https://userportal.slac.stanford.edu/while-you-are-here). Upon arriving at SLAC, show photo identification to Security at the Main Gate on Sand Hill Road and check-in User Office in the VUE Center (https://vue.slac.stanford.edu/vue-center). If you are not a US citizen, you will need to show original passport and visa documents and your CV.
If you have a Radiation Worker Practical session scheduled, please aim to be on site ~20 minutes before the scheduled training. Parking is very limited near the training room and it may take time to find a place to park and walk there. You do not need a badge or dosimeter to go to the training room- you can go straight there upon arrival at SLAC.
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Menlo Park, CA
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