[Histonet] Wearing gloves while cutting sections

Rene J Buesa rjbuesa <@t> yahoo.com
Thu Aug 24 15:21:58 CDT 2006

  I think that you should expalin your thoughtful and illustrious commettee that once the tissue is fixed and processed (unless it is KJ disease case) you can lick the block.
  By the way, I once did just that in front of the safety officer of our lab (she left me alone for ever. I still don't know if she left me alone because she was convinced or because she thought that I was completely out of my mind; it worked!).
  René J.

"LeVier, Rebecca J" <RJLevier <@t> LancasterGeneral.org> wrote:
  I am not sure that the committee fully understood what the process was.
Could they have been looking at the wrong thing. Did they really mean to
site for this or were they just having a misunderstanding? If it were
me, I would try to get together with them to talk. For me, it is almost
impossible for me to grab a ribbon with gloves on. 

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Allison D
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Subject: [Histonet] Wearing gloves while cutting sections

While I was on vaction, the safety committee came around and did rounds
in the lab. They sited us for not wearing gloves while cutting
sections. My techs tried to explain to them that we did not have to
wear gloves, only when cutting frozen sections or while handling fresh
tissue. I have never worn gloves while cutting paraffin sections. Now
my manager wants me to write a policy in regards to not wearing gloves.
Does anyone have anything like this in place that they would be willing
to share with me. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

Allison Scott HT(ASCP)
Histology Supervisor
LBJ Hospital
Houston, Texas 77026

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