Absolutely. Unless I'm misunderstanding the type of histological
processing that is performed by the lab, there are a wide variety of
very toxic chemicals utilized.
On 6/14/11 11:32 AM, Craig Calvert wrote:
I am currently working with a histology laboratory on their safety procedures. I am looking for other opinions on whether the OSHA Laboratory Standard applies to a histology laboratory?
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