Can you imagine how hard it would be to find travelling luggage without an identification tag? One can argue that it is the same with study kits. If kits owners and kits destination (where collected specimens should go) are not clearly identified, that precious “cargo” can be lost in transit.
To better identify study sample collection kits, the CCTO created a tag that that can be customized and printed to accompany research kits. The tag is a small rectangular informational router to be placed at the outside of biohazard bags where study collection tubes are nestled.
The identification tag is not a substitute to study form inserts that should continue to be placed in the outer pocket of the biohazard bags or study boxes.
Please find the new tag at the CCTO Webpage Coordinator Corner > Guidelines to Practice > Lab Kits