[Histonet] Freelance Histology
hrfulklab <@t> gmail.com
Wed Apr 23 17:48:57 CDT 2014
I don't think I would want to process or stain, but I think just
cutting unstained sections would be safe. Maybe for research projects
or what not.
On Wed, Apr 23, 2014 at 1:06 PM, Hans B Snyder <hans <@t> histologistics.com> wrote:
> Several years ago while in the beginning stages of setting up my
> histology lab, I looked into this possibility (cutting at home). The
> town hall laughed and said it is illegal for a business to run out of
> ones house that uses chemicals and paraffin because of it's flammable
> and explosive properties. This made sense, but I also had heard
> stories of beginning companies who have done this. Therefore a
> business running out of a residential house is doing so illegally and
> maybe without insurance.
> Just my two cents.
> Hans B Snyder
> 60 Prescott Street
> Worcester, MA 01605
> hans <@t> histologistics.com
> On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 6:07 PM, H R <hrfulklab <@t> gmail.com> wrote:
>> Has anyone heard of people cutting and staining slides out of your garage
>> or some kind of similar set up, like picking up overflow from different
>> companies /labs? I overheard a conversation about someone doing this in
>> their retirement. Labs send them the block and all they do is cut and do HE
>> stain and return both and bill? What kinds of regulations would that
>> entail? I don't know if that could be true. Maybe for research facilities?
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