Re: Flooring in Histo Labs

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From:Shirley Powell <powell_sa@Mercer.EDU>
To:Penelope Marr <MarrP@sesahs.nsw.GOV.AU>
Date:Thu, 26 Aug 1999 10:23:26 -0400
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In the last hospital I worked at, we had to put down runners we purchased from safety companies to prevent the secretaries and visitors from slipping.
They are costly but save on costly injuries.
S. Powell
Penelope Marr wrote:

> Hi All,
> As with most Histo labs we have the problem of floors becoming slippery,
> then people falling.  The regular Histo staff don't have a problem since
> we have all found shoes which behave as though they have suction caps on
> the soles but there is a real problem with visitors and staff from other
> departments coming into the department.  We have taken some measures
> which have not proved entirely satisfactory so we are interested to know
> how others deal with the problem and what type of floor coverings are
> used.
> Thanks for your help - there's nothing like having the world at one's
> fingertips!
> Penny Marr
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