Hullo, gang, Mr BreaksIt here.
I'm rather new to the site, and I'm (justifiably) worried about my upcoming first SCP. Rather than making a Sanbox that would go largely unnoticed (and probably spare my feelings), I have decided to post parts of the article I'm unsure of in this thread, and listen to any feedback.
First up: the Special Containment Procedures;
The building in which SCP-1244 is installed is to be sealed off from the public via standard site security measures. Said building is to be renovated into an apparent office building for one of our cover organisations, Sulley and Carlson Practices. All rooms providing interaction with the item are to be secured with high security reinforced steel doors located in inconspicuous places across the building. Furthermore, SCP-1244 is to be locked in place at all times experiments are not under way to prevent accidental activation.