Re: clothing in lab

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From:Amos Brooks <atbrooks@snet.net> (by way of Histonet)
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I propose a national standard for co-ed naked histology
HAHAHA
Amos

Karen S Pawlowski wrote:

> Along that line of thinking, shouldn't dresses and skirts that don't go
> down to the ankle be considered saftey hazards as they leave the legs
> exposed and nylons should be banned because they would tend to hold
> materials in contact with the the skin?  Long, flowing skirts and dresses
> are a problem too, as they can catch on things as you walk by.  If jeans
> can't be worn in the lab, this leaves only scrubbs or dress pants.
>
> Seems to me uniforms would be the way to go.  But do uniforms make you
> look professional?
>
> Just curious.
>
> Karen Pawlowski
>
> On Tue, 16 May 2000, Mary Lou Norman wrote:
>
> > Thank you, Tamara. I also thought this person is a snob.
> > Mary Lou
> >
> > >As for the person who said something along the lines of "techs should be
> > >dressed professionally, not like manual laborers"....Ouch. Is the
> > >implication that manual laborers are not professional? Or did the crew
> > >that built your house/hospital/car/etc. wear three-piece suits?
> > >
> > >Sorry about the venting - bad morning and this one really rubbed me the
> > >wrong way. Maybe those of us in plain old research fear that this clothing
> > >mindset will reach us.....hence the defensiveness.
> > >
> > >My $0.02 (US $, that is)
> > >
> > >Tamara Howard
> > >CSHL
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
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