Coronavirus guidelines

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Current Status

  • You may now encounter other members in the space.
  • When booking, you should select your primary area of work and remain in your selected primary work area as much as possible during your visit.
  • You must wear a face covering (which covers your mouth and nose) throughout the duration of your visit.
Note Note: If you cannot wear a face covering for medical reasons, please email trustees@nottinghack.org.uk before you book.


  • A reason for requiring access must be provided. The reason you provide should detail clearly what you are planning to do at the space.
  • You will receive an email confirmation that will be sent to your HMS registered email address, please check your contact details are up-to-date.
  • You will be informed via email if changes to your booking are required.

How to Book

A video of how to book access is available here

Rules

In addition:

  • Do not leave the space late for any reason.
  • Leave only by the Workshop door if upstairs, make sure to swipe yourself out properly and switch all lights off.
  • Do not attempt to use tools that have been deemed dangerous during sole occupancy. These will be marked and turned off.


These rules are being implemented for your own safety and the safety of others. The Trustees will be enforcing these rules and any rule breaking will be taken seriously.

You can email the Trustees directly or get in touch on Slack if you have any concerns.

Hackspace COVID-19 FAQ

Q. I have COVID-19, should I come to the Space?
A. No, you should shelter in place and consider calling 111.

Q. I have been diagnosed with COVID-19 recently after visiting the space
A. Inform the Trustees as soon as possible.

Q. How do I leave the Hackspace through the Workshop Door?
A. Watch this handy video.

Q. Should I use the table saw or other dangerous tool?
A. No, the Table Saw is a witch that will steal your fingers. You should not use dangerous tools alone, no one will find your bloody body for days. The tools deemed too dangerous to use alone will be marked and made inoperable. Using them is against the rules above.

Q. If I am allowed to access the space does this mean you have cleaned it and made it safe for me to use?
A. No, bring what you need to clean surfaces, wash your hands regularly. Take any soaps, towels or other supplies that you may rely upon with you.

Q. Will I be alone in space?
A. During Level 1 & 2, yes. Vacate the space if there are more people than you expected or than feels safe, and inform the board of Trustees.

Q. Whilst I’m in the space the doorbell rang, what do I do?
A. Ignore it. Do not allow others to tailgate you into space. Do not let others, even other members enter the space. Members who have been granted access will have RFID access. If in doubt, email the Trustees.

Q. Is it okay to cook and prepare food at the Space?
A. No. Pre-packaged and vended food and drink may be consumed if all waste is taken away. Note: The fridge has been turned off and dishwasher is not to be used (wash up things please). Cutlery and plates have been removed since they will not be needed in the circumstances. Tea and coffee are still available but mugs must be washed or your own mug brought in.

Q. I need to collect my project/something from my box/etc from the space. Is this okay?
A. Yes, request access through HMS.

Q. Can I still use the laser cutter?
A. Yes, request access through HMS.

Q. Can I use the 3D Printers?
A. 3D printing takes a very long time. You need to carefully consider how long the print will take and inform the trustees when you make your access request.



COVID-19 Access Plans

The plans below detail the Levels described above in more detail. The Trustees have placed these plans are under regular review.

The latest revision is: File:Nottinghack COVID-19 Access Plan v9.pdf