Designing a building a forensic laboratory is a complicated undertaking. To help laboratory directors get through the process, a workshop was held in 1996 to develop guidelines for planning, designing, constructing, a moving crime labs. These guidelines serve as a general tool to which forensic laboratory directors can refer when considering building a new laboratory or refurbishing an existing one. They are designed to safeguard the integrity a objectives of the profession, maximize organizational efficiency, ensure economical expenditure of resources, a provide a safe working environment for employees. Illustrated.All workstations will have the following color scheme: Top: Light gray (Federal Standard Color 36628 or equivalent) Base, drawer, chair support, etc.: Black Chair Upholstery: Maroon (Federal Color Standard 30160 or equivalent) 8. Deliveryanbsp;...
|Author||:||Kathleen M. Higgins, Alim A. Fatah|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1999-02-01|