Get Acquainted Drill
Revised: December 20, 2006
Last Revised: May 23, 2012 4:50 PM
A new staff member is invited to follow the steps below, in order, as a drill to get acquainted with the work space. Do these steps in the order presented. Present any results to the person in charge of your employment here. You can use a piece of paper for this drill, and write any answers or comments you wish. If necessary you can ask questions, but part of the purpose is for you to "explore" the house and find things.
Ask about, or find, YOUR desk. Take a look in the drawers and decide to clean them out; then clean out one of them, as necessary. If you do not have a desk, ask your superior where you can store your personal items -- a specific shelf or a drawer in some desk. We do not have a separate desk for each person.
Find the "front door" where Bryant Exhaust staff can enter, on Naomi Street. Go out that door and come back in. If it is locked, ask your senior about whether it is OK to unlock it, go out, come back in and re-lock that door.
Turn on the lights for Vibrant Life part of the rear warehouse.
Open and close the rear door small door in the large overhead door.
Take out the bag of trash in the warehouse to the outside trash dumpster and put a new empty bag in the holder in the warehouse.
Introduce yourself to One of the Executives at Bryan Exhaust -- we rent our space from them and share security procedures.
Find out where Kimberly was born.
Ask Kimberly who are the only people on VL staff who are authorized to set the alarm system.
Produce something printed from one of the computers
Find and bring to Kimberly one bottle of Life Glow Plus. Get her to tell you about how that formula is balanced and on what single ingredient it is based.
Ask Kimberly to show you the UPS entry computer.
Get a drink of some sort (water or whatever) and sit on the back patio to look at the parking area.
Sit on a chair, take off the shoe on your left foot, write your name on the sole of the shoe and return the shoe to your foot.
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