Re: [Histonet] Food and drink?

From:"Vicki Gauch"

Dear Anonymous,
 We are not allowed to have any food or drink in the laboratory- even
if it is covered.  Our inspectors have looked for this in the past so we
are pretty strict about that here.

Albany, NY

>>>  2/14/2008 11:31 PM >>>
Dare I ask this question,
Does anyone use closed topped and safety mugs at their microtome
station when 
cutting slides...etc.?  Would cutting paraffin blocks constitute Blood
Pathogen concerns?  I fully understand not eating while paraffin is
flying all 
over the place......but closed containers with coffee for those of us
work sleep deprived hours?  Someone save us!

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