Text your coworker.
Call your coworker.
Email the list once you've figured out what's going on.
Call a manager once you've figured out what's going on.
The only thing you need to do is call Mark.
Update your Facebook status about how lame it is when people don't come to work on time.
She's a coordinator for another lab.
She's the new IDSC co-coordinator and also the first person to contact whenever you're running late or calling in sick.
I don't know who Taylor is.
Who is Taylor???
Put your shift up for sub on Tess.
Tough it out and hope that you make it through your shift without having to go home.
Call members of management, starting with Taylor, followed by the other coordinators, then Inge, then Mark, until you reach someone.
Email the list, cc'ing other teams, with all of the information for your sub.
You don't have to do anything besides email lab management, then you can go to bed. Since two people work at a time, it's not a big deal if you "email-in" sick because there will always be someone else covering the lab.
After you've completed all the other steps, begin calling your coworkers (their numbers should be posted on Tess) to find coverage.
My number is there but my picture isn't.
My picture is there but my number isn't.
It's the middle of the day and 225 seems a little warm.
A lab user had a seizure and CPSO has already been called.
Everyone's access badges have stopped working and nobody can unlock the building from the outside.
A lab user brought their baby into the lab and it's crying really loudly.
On Saturday evening around 10PM, the wifi goes down and nobody can access the PSU internet from their laptops or phones, but all of the lab computers are still connected just fine.
You're running about 5 minutes late to your shift.
It's 2AM and both 226 and 225 are freezing and you have to wear your coat to be comfortable.
In an email to the list.
On the google site AND in an email to the list.
On the google site.
Coordinators will always tell you announcements in person at team meetings.
You can be "tardy" as often as you want as long as you're never actually "late."