labsafety - MIT Ocean Engineering Teaching Lab GENERAL...

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MIT Ocean Engineering Teaching Lab GENERAL INFORMATION A well equipped lab, such as the Ocean Engineering Teaching Laboratory (OETL), is a wonderful resource in which you can do amazing things with your engineering knowledge. Unfortunately, your time in the lab will be limited, so it is imperative that you come to the lab awake, prepared, and ready to work. Once in the lab you should work in an organized and efficient fashion. The following simple rules will help you to develop good lab skills: 1. Ready any assigned material before you come to the lab. 2. Take the time to think about the purposes and procedures of the lab before diving into the hardware. 3. Plan and organize your work before you start, don’t forget to discuss this plan with your lab partner(s) if you have any. 4. Organize your work space, you can’t do good work if you’ re uncomfortable. 5. Take thorough notes and write them in your lab notebook while you work, not after you work. 6. Analyze your data as soon as possible after the lab, this will reduce the risk of forgetting any important points about the lab that you may have forgotten to write down during the lab. If you work in groups, then the group members are responsible for the fair division of
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