RETURN TO WORKSITES

LAB SERVICES

Access

  • To access any Lab site, you must have your badge and a face cover. You must wear your badge while on a Lab site.
  • Blackberry Gate is open 24/7.
  • Grizzly Gate exit only M-F from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Building access weekend operations (badge swipe) Call Security 510-486-6999 for any issues
  • Badge Office open Mondays by appointment; email siteaccess@lbl.gov for an appointment

Parking: Parking is following off-hours eligibility which permits all LBNL badge-holders to park in any General or Blue Triangle space. You may park in any General parking space. Parking permits are not required.

Shuttles: Shuttles are operating on an on-call schedule Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Food: No food service on site; vending machines only with limited selection.

Health Services: Open from 7 a.m. to 4: 30 p.m. Please call 510-486-6266 before coming to Building 26.

Shipping & Receiving: Packages are being delivered as addressed. Call 510-486-4935 for assistance.

Buildings: One person to an elevator. Conference rooms are closed or have limited access. Follow information on signs for use of break rooms and other shared spaces. Stay to the right in hallways and on stairs.

EHS: COVID-19 information

Facilities: COVID-19 information

HR: COVID-19 information

IT: COVID-19 information

IF YOU ARE

WORKING AT OR VISITING A LAB SITE

You may need to log on to the site with your LBNL credentials to reach some of the documents.


Badge

You need your badge to access a Lab site and its buildings. You must wear your badge while on a Lab site.

Training

  • This training is mandatory prior to the first time you plan on accessing any Lab site.

Weekly COVID-19 Symptom Check

Health Pledge

  • Complete your Health Pledge.

EHS

Building Guidance

Cleaning

Facilities

Shipping & Receiving

  • Packages are being delivered as addressed. Call 510-486-4935 for assistance.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ERGONOMICS


A Distributed Workforce Team is exploring the future of telework at the Lab, focused on near-term policy changes and a longer-term strategy. The working group has met with all of the Lab’s areas to better understand the needs of Lab teleworkers.

The group's plan will include provisions for ergonomic safety and procurement guidelines.

RETURN TO WORK NEWSLETTERS

OTHERS COMING ON SITE


Construction contractors and vendors are required to follow their employer's health screening processes in addition to following the Lab's requirements to wear a face cover and practice social distancing.