Re: Safety nuts!

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From:Mary Stevens <>,
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I know there is a limit, (I guess that goes for the bar alcohol AND the lab alcohol....) and I recall the amount to be something rediculous, like 1 liter.  I could be getting my shipping volumes mixed up with my bench top volumes, but either way, it's not much.


>>> RUSS ALLISON <> - 4/19/2000 1:00 PM >>>

Can you imagine telling a red neck in a bar that he has to go under 
a hood to drink his large Jack Daniels!  Especially as the candles 
are alight on the dinning area tables.

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> From: 	George, Cheryl
> Sent: 	Tuesday, April 18, 2000 3:36 PM
> To: 	''
> Subject: 	Chemical regulation question
> Hi Histonetters,
> Does anyone have the source of the regulation that speaks to the quantity
> of reagent allowed at the bench?  We are actually getting questioned on
> our frozen section staining solutions by a safety consult.  This person is
> suggesting that because of the alcohol and xylenes that this needs to be
> in a flammables cabinet!!  I am sure that there is a reg that covers
> working solutions at the bench but am unable to find it.
> Thanks for all  your expertise!!
> Cheryl George, HT (ASCP)
> Histo/Cyto Supervisor
> e-mail:

Russ Allison, 
Dental School

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