[Histonet] Respirators and Routine Histology
one_angel_secret <@t> yahoo.com
Fri Jan 6 07:58:24 CST 2012
Respirators are required when you have a task that has proven to be above the recommend PPM trace gas analysis. I've only seen that once in umpteen years. Usually a hood is fine. If you have concerns you should always do another badge analysis. Wearing a respirator all day is not an option in my book.
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On Jan 5, 2012, at 3:09 PM, Amy Self <ASelf <@t> georgetownhospitalsystem.org> wrote:
> Happy New Year to All,
> I need some help from all of you out there in histoland.
> How many of you wear respirators during your entire 8 hour work day for routine histology? If you don't wear a respirator do you wear any type of mask or shield at all for routine histology?
> Also if any of you have any histology safety procedures or information that you would be willing to share with me I would greatly appreciate it.
> Thanks in advance for all of your help, Amy
> Amy Self
> Georgetown Hospital System
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