Re: control of dust in lab

From:Andrew Kennedy

Dust!? Is that all? How about floods of water from the ceiling and down the
walls, no power, no air conditioning, no gas, no toilets, no computer
network, high levels of lead in the dust, asbestos scares, tradesmen walking
off the job due to finding asbestos.......all this and more in various
combinations - just another week in the Histo lab at Concord Hospital while
the multi storey building is being renovated. Twelve months of this (and
counting...) It has been a nightmare!!!

Full marks to the lab staff for putting up with this and still putting out
some fine work...

Andrew Kennedy (cough...cough)

-----Original Message-----
From: Bruce Gapinski 
To: 'Rose Richardson' 
Cc: '' 
Date: Wednesday, 28 November 2001 08:35
Subject: RE: control of dust in lab

Oh my! I thought I was the only supervisor whose' lab is moving temporarily!
I am moving on Dec. 15th to an absolutely God-awful temp suite. Dust? Try
black walls (old X-ray suite) one two plug power outlet and carpet where
we'll be cutting! Enough w/ my problems!
Try a dust remover from Sharper Image (if you can get your docs to
approve it). Otherwise, I'm going in w/ a damp cloth.
Did I mention they found asbestos in the "new permanent" suite?
That'll push move in back!
Bruce Gapinski HT(ASCP)
PS Keep your sense of humor, if you can.

-----Original Message-----
From: Rose Richardson []
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2001 12:08 PM
To: histonet
Subject: control of dust in lab

Hello all,
We are moving to a temporary facility until our labs are
remodeled. The
place where we are moving has a lot of dust in the air and I
am concerned
that it will play havoc with our  sections. So do you think
a HEPA filter
might help us out or does anyone have other suggestions?

Rose Richardson

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