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  • Hire a trained dog because they will come with trainer to handle any of the dogs needs. They will also have answers to most health and safety concerns that arise. And yes, the animal will always steal the scene. ------------------------------ Miguel ...

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    Hi Penny, We normally complete mercury surveys in-house unless it's some huge lab. The surveys are done visually with bright flashlights and a Jerome Mercury Vapor Meter (we have our own). We also have a procedure for those that are conducting ...

  • The University of California " Performing Arts Safety Manual " has several references to "Live Animals." We used the director's dog in a community theatre production of "Annie." One night the dog decided it didn't want to be on stage any more and ...

  • Good afternoon, Does anyone have experience with using pets (non-service/assistance animals) in theater spaces? I have an upcoming filming event (no-audience) and the production group would like to use a dog on stage. If so, I'd be curious what guidelines ...

  • Hi Everyone! Our monthly call is this Thursday at 3 pm Eastern. The call will open at 2:45 pm for "water cooler" chat if you'd like to join a little early and catch up with your colleagues. The current agenda is listed below, but please let me know ...

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    There exists an ANSI standard for laboratory decommissioning that would be a good basis for any policy. https://webstore.ansi.org/standards/asse/ansiassez9112016 ------------------------------ Mark S. Connors Director - Environment, Health and Safety ...

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    Hi All, We are in the process of developing a lab decommissioning policy. If you have such a policy in place, who pays for any survey and remediation or mercury contamination (or other contaminant). Is the PI, Department, EHS, or another entity responsible? ...