[Histonet] shipping regs

Karen Weidenheim kweidenh <@t> montefiore.org
Tue Sep 26 15:00:43 CDT 2006

Also see Saf T Pak. at www.saftpak.com, 1 800 814-7484.
Anyone who packs and ships specimens has to be trained.  Saf T Pak offers courses all over the country, twice a year, also cd roms that you can use at your place, avoiding travel fees.
You can have one person take the course, and then train others at your institution.
K. Weidenheim

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>>> Rene J Buesa <rjbuesa <@t> yahoo.com> 09/26/06 2:27 PM >>>
If you ask either FedEx of UPS they will inform you because they are required by law to follow all existing regulations.
  René J.

godsgalnow <@t> aol.com wrote:
  Does anyone know what the shipping regs are for flying specimens in formalin, ie, what kind of packing is required, etc.?
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