Required Items:

#1. First Aid kit

#2. Eye Wash Station/kit in lab or in hall

#3. Sharps container

#4. Periodic monitoring of air quality by Safety Risk Management

#5. Lab coats or plastic aprons and gloves

#6. Safety glasses, required when cutting bone

#7. Spray bottles containing wetting solution

#8. Dissecting kits containing surgical quality instruments: scalpel handle #4, scalpel blade #21 or #22, sharp probe, blunt probe, rat-tooth forceps, regular forceps, hemostat, dissecting scissors.

#9. Kits for cutting bone: bone saw, bone cutters, rib cutters, autopsy saw (if desired)

#10. Soap and paper towels for cleaning hands

#11. Scrub Free for cleaning tables

#12. Cotton towels to keep the cadavers moist

 

Recommended Items:

#1. 18 gallon + waste container (Rubbermaid) for soft tissue

#2. 35 gallon + heavy gauge garbage bags to line storage container

#3. Small container to collect soft tissue as you dissect (e.g. emesis basin)

#4. Respirator masks for those requiring or desiring additional protection

#5. Eye wear (prescription glasses or protective plastic glasses) for those desiring additional protection

#6. Pig Mats for absorbing chemical spills

#7.  Proper lighting—lamps adjustable for distance and angle