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Policy and Procedure

Etiquette

In order to maintain a professional and functional simulation lab, all CSC users must complete proper cleanup after use of simulation technology: leave the simulation lab, control room, and debriefing areas as found; return equipment, unused supplies and furniture to their original areas; put trash in receptacles and wipe down the simulation models used. Avoid ink and alcohol. Simulation models are allergic to these two substances. For assistance, contact the Simulation Lab Coordinator.

Food and beverages are not permitted in the simulation area. Any food or beverages brought to the debriefing area must be removed at the conclusion of the simulation experience.

All cell phones and pagers must be turned off or placed on vibrate. Calls may not be answered in the simulation area.

It is the responsibility of all instructors, staff and students to adhere to the policies and procedures set forth. Recurrent violations may jeopardize access to the simulation lab for the instructors, staff members or students in violation of these policies and procedures.

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Last Updated: 1/10/11