Date: Fri, 29 Feb 2008 10:51:03 -0500
Reply-To: marybeth.koza**At_Symbol_Here**BMS.COM
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From: MaryBeth Koza <marybeth.koza**At_Symbol_Here**BMS.COM>
Subject: Re: Shoes in Lab
Comments: To: "Murphy, Dr. Ruth Ann"
In-Reply-To: <4E2E6B81A1D0FE4E8E2B01F5FE9A01260A418CC9**At_Symbol_Here**newman.umhb.edu>

Here is our policy

                     Open toe, high heel, open weave shoes, or cloth 
shoes must not be worn when working in a laboratory.


Murphy, Dr. Ruth Ann wrote:

>Hello,
>
> 
>
>I would appreciate learning your requirements for shoes in lab.   Tennis
>shoes, etc., while they cover the foot, offer little protection against
>spills.  Thank you for any information you might wish to share.
>
> 
>
>Best,
>
> 
>
>Ruth Ann
>
> 
>
>Ruth Ann Murphy, Ph.D. 
>Professor of Chemistry
>
>Chair, Department of Chemistry, Environmental Science and Geology
>The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor 
>900 College Street 
>Belton, TX  76513-2599 
>Phone (254) 295-4542 
>Fax (254) 295-4237 
>
> 
>  
>

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