laboratory coat

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Noun1.laboratory coat - a light coat worn to protect clothing from substances used while working in a laboratorylaboratory coat - a light coat worn to protect clothing from substances used while working in a laboratory
coat - an outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors
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On these visits a laboratory coat was not always worn, and the hands were not washed when leaving.
The situation was not helped when photos of Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria wearing a white laboratory coat and holding a pair of scissors surfaced on social media yesterday.
Participants wore minimal personal protective equipment (laboratory coat, goggles, gloves, but no mask) during the demonstration.
Further in our study on the basis of questionnaire, we found that technicians were eating in laboratory (25%), chewing tobacco and smoking (33.3%), storing food and water in refrigerator (41.7%), working without gloves (50%) and laboratory coat (66.7%), and leaving laboratory without proper hand washing (75%), which is not acceptable.
meningitidis strains were published in January 2012 as a supplement to the Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories guide and include the use of a nonrecirculating biosafety cabinet and the following personal protective equipment: disposable closed front laboratory coat, double gloves, fit-tested N95 filtering facepiece or higher level respiratory protection, and eye protection (2,5).
All facilities required PPE for routine handling of animals, including use of surgical masks or N95 respirators; goggles, safety glasses, or full-face shields; specialized clothing (e.g., laboratory coat, scrubs, or coveralls); gloves; and either shoe covers, reusable boots, or facility-designated shoes (Table).
A laboratory coat is designed primarily to protect the user's clothing from contact with dirt and minor chemical splashes or spills.
After years of research and experimentation, a chap in a white laboratory coat, who would have been described as a boffin in happier times, in recognition of the shine on his nobly domed head, realised why the butter and jam side on the slice of toast, which has just slipped your grip, will always hit the floor first.
Only 13/55 (24%) respondents stated that students wore a laboratory coat or similar item of protective outerwear when handling culture materials.
Immediately following the screening with the ALS, the processing was begun with a clean laboratory coat and gloves, sanitized work area, and a clean piece of paper on the processing table.
He had been given a white laboratory coat and thought it was sn ideal outfit to garden in!
Always wear a laboratory coat that meets the American Standards for Testing and Materials (ASTM) requirements.

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