All projects must be registered with the Director of Engineering laboratories:
Projects are required to submit and revise a safety plan with EH&S until approved, before any project material may be purchased or construction may begin.
Ensure all risk have been mitigated before turning in documentation to EH&S.
Florida Tech’ Risk Assessment Policy:
Projects are required to have a test plan approved by the advising faculty for the project.
Projects are expected to present/display at the Northrop/Grumman Showcase in April. Project displays must conform to all applicable Federal, State, County & City Codes and regulations. Project displays must also meet all requirements of the chosen campus venue. Displays must be coordinated thru Juan Arbelaez. Displays will be inspected by the EH&S the day of showcase. Display modifications required by the EH&S to meet compliance requirements per the onsite inspection are mandatory and may result in changes to the display. It is highly recommend that the EH&S is consulted about your display well before the showcase to prevent and unnecessary surprises.
Projects must have a written plan approved for final disposition of their project. This plan will include how University assets used in the project will be disposed or re-used in the future after the project academic term is completed. Projects without an approved plan may be summarily disposed at the discretion of the EH&S/COES.