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The histology laboratory is a dangerous place to work for employees.  Sharp knives, slick floors, hazardous chemicals and bloodborne pathogens are just the main sources of potential accidents.  A way to keep histology laboratory employees safe is to provide information...
The histology laboratory is a dangerous place to work for employees.  Sharp knives, slick floors, hazardous chemicals and bloodborne pathogens are just the main sources of potential accidents.  A way to keep histology laboratory employees safe is to provide information...
The histology laboratory is a dangerous place to work for employees.  Sharp knives, slick floors, hazardous chemicals and bloodborne pathogens are just the main sources of potential accidents.  A way to keep histology laboratory employees safe is to provide information...
Histology laboratories contain dangers to laboratory personnel in the form of hazardous chemicals, biohazards and physical hazards.  These dangers are minimized by identifying the sources and educating laboratory employees with regard to these sources and the protective equipment and procedures...
If you have worked in the histology field for some time, as I have, you may have noticed that the specimens you receive in your laboratory are getting smaller.  This is not due to our failing eyesight.  Instead, the advances...
Proper handling of sharps can prevent injury and reduce the risk of infection. All of us use sharps containers on a daily basis. As long as we have a container to dispose of our sharps we are in compliance, right?...
Some jobs intrinsically have more health risks than others. A nurse working in a hospital is far more likely to catch an infectious disease than a lawyer working in an office. To rank the most unhealthy jobs in America, we...