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Level Three Department of Magical Accidents & Catastrophes

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The Toxicology and Analysis Laboratory on level three is a facility set aside for employees of the Accidents and Catastrophes department in order to continually work on their brewing and potion identification skills or for developing experimental potions for assessment and tweaking purposes. While this laboratory is primarily for use by potioneers, it is also a space appropriate for those who are working to identify particular spells or charms found on bewitched objects.

To one side of the lab there are brewing stations complete with all the equipment a potioneer might need. Along the back wall there are magical analysis machines that help with analysing constituent and component parts and ingredients of unidentified potions, as well as testing whether certain ingredients might react dangerously together. Along the other side of the lab you'll find stations for preparing ingredients and analysing bewitched objects. There is also a special magical poisons work area and plenty of storage space for in-progress potions and completed brews.

If you need anything else within this space, you are expected to either provide it yourself or speak with your department head if it is something a little more questionable, large or dangerous. Many muggle items are available in storage for charms or potions work (including a few automobiles), and you may indeed find some items within the storage cupboard on the other side of the department. Please remember this is a dangerous work zone and all safety procedures must be followed to the letter - use your protective charms and make use of the protective gear provided.

While this room is intended for use primarily by level 3 employees, those who work in other departments may make use of this space with a written request and approval from Raini Youngbird, Department Head of Magical Accidents and Catastrophes.
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