[Histonet] Lab remodel

Rene J Buesa rjbuesa <@t> yahoo.com
Fri Jan 25 08:31:31 CST 2008

Although "theoretical" advantageous, "U" shaped work stations are not that ergonomically adequate (frequent body twitching) and some HTs claim they feel like "caged-boxed".
  René J.

"Peterson, Dan" <1dpeterson <@t> meriter.com> wrote:
  I'm looking for likes and dislikes from those out there in Histoland
that have been fortunate enough to update their work environment.
Specifically I'm looking at work station configurations. Has anyone gone
to u-shaped stations, and if so, how do the techs like them? I'm
planning on at least 4' x 2.5' per station, counters 30" high.
I'd like to make these as ergonomically friendly as possible. If anyone
has blueprints that they would like to share, I'd love to see them.
Thanks in advance!

Daniel R Peterson HT(ASCP)
Histopathology Section Head
Meriter Laboratories
1dpeterson <@t> meriter.com

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