Eligibility and Orientation

The Student Shop and the 3D shop are open only to persons with appointments (including joint appointments) to the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and those who are actively registered in a graduate engineering degree programs supported by the operating budget of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.

There is no eligibility for persons who do not meet the above requirements. These facilities have limited capacity which is regularly exceeded by internal demand from persons who are already eligible to use this space.

Eligibility is dependent on completion of orientations and training. Please contact engg.workshop@uregina.ca to arrange in person orientation. Once completed students will be given a Mitchell’s Workshop script pad signed off by workshop personnel; Syied Mohammed or Chris Yung. The Main Engineering and Applied Science Office located on the fourth floor of the Education Building will then grant access to students’ fobs.

Orientations and Training
Before access to the shop, all users must first complete the faculty’s general safety orientation and online WHMIS training, both found on UR courses. The general safety orientation is valid for one year, and WHMIS is valid for 3 years. Both must be from the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science; certificates provided elsewhere cannot be accepted. If not enrolled, please contact the Faculty’s Safety Coordinator, Lauren.Bradshaw@uregina.ca

Student Makerspace Orientation
This consists of a 30 minute on-site orientation which includes distribution of the required agreement. Upon successful completion, eligible students will be granted access.

Orientation and hand and portable power tools safety manual is posted on the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science website with instructions for safe equipment use of tools in the student shop.