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Damage and Accident
The replacement value of our equipment in both laboratories exceeds R8 million. Damage to any instrument is very expensive and accompanied by long repair periods. Most students and staff depend on the availability and trustworthy performance of the instruments for research, study and teaching. Damage to instruments will have disastrous consequences for students and lecturers alike.
It is of utmost importance that any damage or accident (injurious or otherwise) in the laboratory be reported to the laboratory manager immediately, to correct any resulting problems at an early stage and to keep the laboratory safe and in excellent working condition.
Anybody can make a mistake or accidentally damage equipment. In fairness, circumstances will be taken into account and a rather generous willingness to forgive exists.
However, malicious damage or failure to report an incident excludes any goodwill towards you. Exclusion from the laboratory could result!
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