Inductions and training
ANFF-Q has facilities located around Brisbane. Depending on your project and the instruments required for your research, you will need to complete different inductions.
Once you have submitted your completed initial contact form, an ANFF-Q staff member will contact you within two working days to arrange a consultation to discuss your project further and to let you know which inductions you need to complete.
The University of Queensland (UQ) Site
AIBN Building Induction
AIBN provides building and laboratory inductions for all new and visiting staff and students. These are held in the ground floor seminar room at AIBN on alternate Tuesdays at 9:30am. Registrations can be made via the registration page: https://aibn.uq.edu.au/inductionsignup.
AIBN building induction dates 2020
|14 January, 2020||21 April, 2020||28 July, 2020||3 November, 2020|
|28 January, 2020||5 May, 2020||11 August, 2020||17 November, 2020|
|11 February, 2020||19 May, 2020||25 August, 2020||1 December, 2020|
|25 February, 2020||2 June, 2020||8 September, 2020||15 December, 2020|
|10 March, 2020||16 June, 2020||22 September, 2020|
|24 March, 2020||30 June, 2020||6 October, 2020|
|7 April, 2020||14 July, 2020||20 October, 2020|
In addition to completing the AIBN building and laboratory induction, building occupants are required to complete relevant UQ OHS online training modules.
If you are not a UQ student or staff member, you will also need to complete an Application for UQ organisational unit staff internet access so that you can complete the online training modules.
AIBN–UQ Site Cleanroom Induction
Due to social distancing requirements, ANFF-Q cleanroom inductions are currently being conducted on a limited basis. Please contact our Professional Officer Wael Al Abdulla to arrange a time.
ANFF-Q provides inductions for our class 1 000 and class 10 000 cleanrooms housed within AIBN. Inductions are held on alternate Wednesdays at 10:30am in the AIBN level 2 meeting room. Registrations can be made by emailing our Professional Officer Wael Al Abdulla.
ANFF-Q AIBN cleanroom induction dates 2020
|15 January, 2020||22 April, 2020||29 July, 2020||4 November, 2020|
|29 January, 2020||6 May, 2020||26 August, 2020||18 November, 2020|
|12 February, 2020||20 May, 2020||9 September, 2020||2 December, 2020|
|26 February, 2020||3 June, 2020||23 September, 2020||16 December, 2020|
|11 March, 2020||17 June, 2020||7 October, 2020|
|25 March, 2020||1 July, 2020||21 October, 2020|
|8 April, 2020||15 July, 2020|
Long Pocket–UQ Site Induction
To access the ANFF-Q Long Pocket facilites, you must complete a Long Pocket building induction followed by a cleanroom induction.
To book a Long Pocket building induction, please email email@example.com.
To book a Long Pocket cleanroom induction, please contact our Professional Officer Wael Al Abdulla.
As long as you have submitted your completed initial contact form, you can book and attend training on the instruments required for your research before you complete your inductions. This is possible, because you will be fully supervised by ANFF-Q Professional Officers during your training sessions.
To arrange a training session, simply contact the relevant ANFF-Q Professional Officers discussed in your initial consultation. If you wish to arrange training on any additional instruments, relevant contact details can be found on the Instrument list and contacts page.
Once you have completed your training, you will need to read the relevant risk assessments before you will be given access to the instrument’s booking calendar in the ANFF-Q facility management database.
For our UQ Site, you will need to access the UQ risk assessment database: UQSafe-Risk
If you are not a UQ student or staff member, you will also need to complete an Application for UQ organisational unit staff internet access and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org so that you can access the UQ risk assessment database.
Griffith University (GU) Site
Inductions, training and workplace health and safety requirements
For access to the ANFF-Q GU Site facilities please contact Operations Director Alan Iacopi. Once equipment access needs have been determined and agreed upon, the scope of inductions, training and workplace health and safety requirements necessary to access the Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology Centre and Queensland Microtechnology Facility will be determined.