Re: [Histonet] Exposure levels

From:"Joe Nocito"

please try this company. I have been using them for 10 years. They have 
badges for most chemicals. I have found them to be reliable and really 
Good luck

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Prior, Andrew" 
Sent: Monday, January 07, 2008 3:50 AM
Subject: [Histonet] Exposure levels

Following a chat with our Health & Safety Officer, I'm looking for
suggestions on how to monitor air levels of the following chemicals:

We have a well vented lab and follow all the usual precautions but would
like to check that we are not poisoning ourselves too much.
How do you measure exposure in your labs? Ideally I'm looking for a
badge that a person could wear to measure individual exposure, but I
don't know if they exist.
Our Safety Officer has looked in to this, but has been unable to come up
with a definite answer so I thought I would turn to the experts.

Andrew Prior
Smith &Nephew Research Centre
York Science Park
YO10 5DF

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