Environmental health and safety in the hospital laboratory
This volume comprehensively covers the legal and ethical requirements involved in the maintenance of a safe, hazard-free hospital laborato- ry. It includes a complete laboratory safety manual and guidelines for self-inspection. Among the topics explored are cancer-causing agents in the laboratory, signs and labels, the occupational safety and health act (Ohsa) As it applied to the laboratory, hepatitis, employee immunizations, and hospital fires.
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Personal Protective Equipment
Preventing Laboratory Fires
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