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We have a strict dress code for every person entering our clean room.

(CNF TCN participants must follow this dress code each of the four days of the course.)


To enter the CNF clean room, you must be wearing:

1. Shoes

Socks or stockings are required. Shoes must be closed-toe shoes that fully enclose the heel and the top of the foot. Additionally, the shoes must not have a high heel (over one inch) or a deep cleat that may hold mud or other dirt. Also, your shoes must be clean and dry when you enter the facility.

  Not Allowed: Sandals, open weave shoes, or shoes that expose the top of the foot.


2. Shirt

Your shirt must be at least a short sleeve shirt that is long enough to reach your pants (no bare midriffs) and it must not have a deep neckline.

  Not Allowed: Tank tops, halter tops, and spaghetti strap tops.


3. Pants

Pants must be full-length, from waist to ankle.

  Not Allowed: Shorts or short pants, tight pants such as "skinny jeans" or yoga pants / leggings. NO skirts or dresses.


In addition: religious headwear is generally allowed if it will fit inside a clean room suit hood (but no baseball caps, etc.), and long hair should be tied back.


Finally, cameras are allowed -- but please ask your tour guide before you use a flash!


Thank you for paying close attention to these safety parameters.


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