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The ES&H Section has posted two new webpages, both accessible from the ESH at Work website. The Work Planning and Control webpage link is located under the ESH at Work menu on the left side. The goal of the webpage is to centralize work planning contacts for subject matter experts, provide easy access to FESHM 2060 resources and hazard analysis IMPACT information, and provide access to other additional work planning and control resources. The Hazard Analysis IMPACT database webpage link…

Want to learn more about the Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility and the international Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, hosted by Fermilab? This week, Fermilab launched a new website that highlights DUNE at LBNF.

A new Fermilab webpage has been established to provide the latest updates on Fermilab’s response to information on coronavirus (COVID-19). See www.fnal.gov/covid19. The lab’s COVID-19 response task force will keep this page updated with important information, including travel restrictions. Please check it frequently.

Do you need to know whether a road is closed? How about whether Wilson Hall elevators are temporarily out of operation? Then click on the campus announcements tab in News at Work. In the announcements section, you’ll notice three tabs. All announcements are posted under the first tab. Those that relate to campus and construction are also posted under “campus,” (Announcements related to computing updates, such as changes in authentication protocol or the retirement of messaging clients, are posted under…

How would your life be different if the internet and the World Wide Web were switched off forever? You might nostalgically think life would be better, but it would surely be very different. Try throwing away your cell phones and computers! Last month, March, was the 30th anniversary of a note written at CERN by Tim Berners-Lee (now Sir Tim) titled “Information Management: A Proposal.” That was the origin of the World Wide Web.

From CNN, March 7, 2019: Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln tells the history of the start of the World Wide Web, which has its 30th anniversary this month. It started an unpublished manuscript by Tim Berners-Lee titled “Information Management: A Proposal,” was submitted to the publication office of CERN.

Posts on Fermilab at Work will continue between now and the new year: Announcements and classifieds will be posted as usual on days the lab is open: every weekday excluding Dec. 24, Dec. 25, Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 The publication of news stories, such as features and columns, will be suspended after Dec. 21 and resume on Jan. 2. The final 2018 issue of Fermilab This Week will be published on Tuesday, Dec. 18. The first 2019 issue will…

Due to popular demand, a second WordPress training has been added for individuals who edit Fermilab webpages through WordPress and SharePoint. This class runs Thursday, December 13. For more information and to enroll, visit http://www-esh.fnal.gov/pls/default/schedule.show_course_details?cid=9839