Presentation on theme: "Capstone projects COMP3615, COMP5615 INFO3600 Judy Kay (co-ordinator) Bob Kummerfeld Houda Chehab, Siqi Liu, Jeshua Morrissey, Andrian Yang,"— Presentation transcript:
Capstone projects COMP3615, COMP5615 INFO3600 Judy Kay (co-ordinator) Bob Kummerfeld Houda Chehab, Siqi Liu, Jeshua Morrissey, Andrian Yang,
OHS INDUCTION First aid officer in SIT Building is Will Calleja (1West) Nearest medical facility – University Health Service in Level 3, Wentworth Building General Housekeeping Keep work area clean and orderly Remove trip hazards around desk area No food and drink near machines No smoking permitted within University buildings Do not unplug or move equipment without permission Report incidents to: Katie Yang (Undergraduate), Cecille Faraizi (Postgraduate), or Shari Lee (School Manager)
OHS INDUCTION Emergency Procedures & Evacuation Check for any sign of immediate danger Shut down equipment Follow exit signs in orderly fashion, to assembly areas, as indicated by wardens Do not use lifts Emergency contact numbers Dial 0-000 (from internal phone) or University Security on 9351-3333. First aid kit available in kitchen area adjacent to Lab 110 in SIT Building.
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About the capstone projects http://sydney.edu.au/engineering/it/~comp36 15/2014/SoftwareProjects_Home.html http://sydney.edu.au/engineering/it/~comp36 15/2014/SoftwareProjects_Home.html
Week 1 priority Providing details about you: – Background: help us ensure you are allocated to the right client, project and team provide all relevant information explain omissions – Preferences: please rate every project consider your own background as well as the project why one person only?
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