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Announcing a new tool to improve safety around microtomy

 

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Improving Safety in the Histology Lab

 From injuries due to handling sharp blades to more serious injuries from repetitive motions, microtomy can be a dangerous job.  Read about ways to lessen your risk of injury while performing your work in the histology lab. 


 

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Make Blade Changes Easier

The NEW Aquaro Wishbone 

  • Introducing a new tool that makes changing and aligning your blade safer
  • Reduce the risk of nicks and cuts
  • Align, remove, and dispose without ever touching the blade
See how to use the Wishbone
5 Ways to Stay Safe Around Microtomy

 

Improving Safety in Microtomy

  • Histology is often ranked as a job that is one of the "most damaging to your health". 
  • Microtomy in particular, is a source of both repetitive motion injuries (RMIs) and nicks and cuts from handling sharp blades

Read about actions you can take to reduce the risk of injuries 

Learn 5 ways to improve safety
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Prevent Repetitive Motion Injuries in Your Histology Lab

 

Read this white paper to learn how to:

  • Reduce repetitive motions in the microtomy process to help prevent injuries
  • Reduce risks of slips and falls from build-up of wax on floors
  • Help Histologists return to work faster after injury and reduce the risk of re-injury
Download the free whitepaper
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