From: Kennedy, Sheila
Good catch, but I suggest we teach: All female worker with long hair MUST tie up their hair on top. away from flames & moving (rotating?) equipment. Sheila M. Kennedy, CHO Safety Coordinator Chemistry & Biochemistry Teaching Laboratories University of California, San Diego From: LaRosa, Rob Gender has nothing to do with long hair. It may be better stated that all workers with long hair. From: Neil Edwards Michael, I entirely agree with your post re long hair in the lab. Just a minor correction of language is needed. "In lieu of" means "instead of" or "in place of". I am sure you meant to say "in light of". This is a very common mistake. Neil Edwards Dept. of Chemistry Long Island University C. W. Post Campus Brookville, NY 11548 nedwards**At_Symbol_Here**liu.edu From: Olinger, Patricia L Just remember, it is not just "females" that have long hair. Patty Patty Olinger, RBP Director, Environmental, Health and Safety Office 1762 Clifton Road, Suite 1200 Atlanta, GA 30322 (404) 357-1679 office From: Arnette, Suzanne (smp5m) I would extend that to all lab workers with long hair, not just females. J Suzanne M (Perala) Arnette, PhD Chemical Safety Officer Office of Environmental Health & Safety University of Virginia P.O. Box 400322 Charlottesville, VA 22904-4322 From: Frazier, Alicia All workers with long hair must tie up hair. We have males with long hair here too.
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