RE: Histo Air Monitoring
|From:||"Horn, Hazel V" <HornHV@archildrens.org>|
Sorry I can't help.......Our safety department does all of our monitoring
and they do monitor for alcohol, xylene, formaldehyde and even our xylene
substitute. I can tell you for us it is easy to use. We just wear a
badge for 15 minutes and then one for 8 hours. Our safety department
sends these badges out somewhere to be evaluated with the reports sent back
to safety. Our safety department then sends reports to our lab director.
I have no idea what it costs. We monitor this once a year (unless one of
them comes back high) and if there is a change in procedure we monitor
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Barbara Stancel [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, February 26, 2001 2:26 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Histo Air Monitoring
> Ya'll have been so helpful in the past...and I am ever so thankful. Now I
> have a new set of questions.
> I have tried a couple of air monitoring systems, but haven't found one
> was easy to use AND doesn't cost an small fortune. Would you please take
> few minutes and answer my questions? Just send your reply back to me and
> anyone is interested, I'll post a summary on the Histonet.
> What kind of air monitoring system do you use? How long?
> How frequently?
> Do you have to report your findings (+ or -), or do you just keep them
> on file?
> Do you monitor for organic vapors? alcohol? xylene? formaldehyde?
> Did you choose the system or did someone choose it for you?
> Will you continue to use this system?
> If you are staying with this system is it because it is easy to use?
> or is it reasonably priced?
> Thank you very much,
> Histologically yours,
> Barbara Stancel
> Lead Technician, Pathology
> USDA, FSIS, EASTERN LABORATORY
> Athens, Georgia 30605
> e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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