Physics Department Group Safety Coordinators

Laboratory Extensions
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Laboratory Pagers
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The Physics Safety and Training office hosts Group Safety Coordinator meetings to discuss any safety issues as well as any changes in safety rules and regulations that occur during the year. Click the links below to view the content of these meetings.

2012 Group Safety Coordinator Meeting

 

 

High Energy Physics
Russell Burns
Electronic Detectors
x3745
Susan Duffin
Facility Coordinator and Omega Group
x3492
COMING SOON Merlin Fisher-Levine
Astrophysics & Cosmology
x4060
COMING SOON Dave Free
RHIC & ATLAS Computing
x4487
Nuclear Physics
Sean Stoll
PHENIX
x5331

Physics Associate and with the Physics Department since 1990. Currently working on the PHENIX detector and also on the RATCAP medical imaging project.
Ron Gill
Medium Energy Physics

x3987, Pager 5607

Scientist in the Medium Energy Group, and is presently involved in polarized proton scattering experiments at RHIC. Serves as ES&H Coordinator, Experiment Review Coordinator, and Environmental Management System Representative for the Physics Department.
COMING SOON Dorothy Davis
Nuclear Theory
x2524

 Administrative Secretary in the Nuclear Theory Group.
John Hammond
STAR
x3910

Technical Associate responsible for electronics technical support. Presently working for the Star Technical Support Group.
Nicole Kelly
X3807

Administrator of the HE Theory Group

COMING SOON Wlodek Guryn
RHIC Spin
x3878

    Colleen Michael Colleen Michael
RIKEN BNL Research Center
x4919

Assistant to Dr. Samuel Aronson
Condensed Matter Physics
Al Langhorn
Materials Synthesis and Characterization
x4566

Safety Supervisor and Technician for the Powder Diffraction and Material Synthesis Groups.
Fran Loeb
Electron Spectroscopy
x2092

Research Engineer responsible for technical support, Electron Spectroscopy.

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