Manufacturing Teaching Lab Safety Training

The MTL will be offering General Shop safety training for Grad and undergrads doing research on March 20 2018 @ 5:15 pm. Shop safety training is required to use the MTL.

Please sign up in Room 1240 on Monday the 19 to attend.  Maximum of 10 students.

The Manufacturing Teaching Lab (MTL) will be also offering a 2 hour
introduction to the Mill or Lathe.

The use of the of the MTL requires general lab safety training.

You must have received the safety training to sign up for the
machine introduction.

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