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Sandbox Equipment Rules: Home

Studio Equipment Rules

 

  • Users are responsible for backing up all their files for their project. The Sandbox is not responsible for lost files. Users must supply their own USB key, external hard drive, etc.

  • All users are expected to abide by the Seneca College Student Code of Conduct and Information Technology Acceptable Use Policy.

  • Sandbox equipment must not be left unattended at any time. The user shall take all necessary steps and precautions for the safekeeping of equipment. The user must report any problems or malfunctions to Sandbox staff immediately.

  • The user assumes responsibility for theft or damage of equipment while it is in their possession. Repair/replacement costs, up to a maximum of $2000, will be charged in the event of damage, loss, or theft of equipment.

  • The user agrees to return the equipment on time and in the same operating condition as it was when borrowed, including all peripherals and accessories. Damage charges will be assessed based on the actual repair costs if the equipment is returned damaged or incomplete. If the equipment is damaged beyond repair, or if the user fails to return the equipment at all, the full replacement cost will be charged.

Users will be prompted to read and abide by Sandbox Studio Booking Rules and Studio Equipment Use rules prior to booking a studio.

 

Personal information collected by Seneca College is in accordance with sections 21, 39 and 49 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and under the legal authority of the Ministry of Colleges and Universities Act, R.S.O. 1990, Regulations 770, and the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology Act, 2002, Regulation 34/03. If you have any questions concerning the collection and use of your personal information, please contact the Freedom of Information and Privacy Protection Officer at 416-491-5050 extension 22078.