Re: [Histonet] surveillance cameras in the lab

I work in a lab that has an irradiator for blood products, it is under  
camera eye and we who use it have been fingerprinted and credit checked-i was  told 
this was an anti-terrorism move so that those of us with good credit had no  
reason or motive to help make the b word!
Dana Dittus
In a message dated 8/4/2008 6:58:51 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

No  problems with theft or problems with employees. Maybe to monitor the 
workload?  Can't seem to get an answer.

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From: "Joe Nocito"  

>  has theft been a problem? If not, this is the first case of big brother in 
> the lab that I've heard of. Pretty sad if you ask me. Oh yeah, you  did 
> Stuff like this just curls my toenails. 
>  JTT 
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> Subject: [Histonet]  surveillance cameras in the lab 
> >I was wondering  how many techs out there have cameras in their labs, 
> >for  security or to monitor employees. I went to work Sunday night and 
>  >noticed that 4 cameras were installed in the lab over the weekend, with  
> >more to come. 
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