Writing Word Macro Viruses
I designed the T-shirt after loads of people kept emailing me
asking/demanding/pleading for more designs which had black backgrounds. The
image was produced with Paint Shop Pro 5 using the ITC Garamond and Gill Sans MT
Truetype fonts and a bit of time and effort.
Whenever possible the T-shirts upon which the image is laser printed is usually
a Screen Stars (Fruit of the Loom) or Jerzee 363 type. Fairly heavy cotton, it
shouldn't need ironing if you dry it by hanging it over something.
The image used on this cover is the international sign for biohazard warning.
The use of the standard biohazard warning sign is controlled by the Division of
Environmental Health and Safety.
A biohazard sign will be prominently placed so that it can be easily seen and
shall be displayed to signify the presence of actual or potential biological
hazards. The biological hazard warning shall be used to signify the actual
presence or potential presence of a biohazard and to identify equipment,
containers, rooms, materials, experimental animals, or combinations thereof,
which contain, or are contaminated with, viable hazardous agents [29 CFR
1910.145(e)(4)]. Hazardous agents which warrant posting include, but may not
be limited to, the following:
1. Oncogenic viruses classified as moderate risk or above by the National
The Committee on Biological Safety and Recombinant DNA Review will periodically
review, as necessary, the above list to determine additions or deletions.
2. Bacterial, fungal, algal, rickettsial, viral, or chlamydial agents and tumor
cell lines requiring biosafety level 2 (BL2) or above precautions according to
the latest publications from the National Institutes of Health and the Centers
from Disease Control.
3. Recombinant DNA molecules classified as BL2 or above according to the
National Institutes of Health "Guidelines for Research Involving Recombinant
Requests for biohazard warning signs for posting of rooms should be forwarded
to the Biological Safety Section, Division of Environmental Health and Safety
(DEHS). The request should contain information to identify the nature of the
hazard; names, locations, and phone numbers of individuals responsible for its
control; and precautionary measures pertaining to the particular hazard. Upon
receipt of the request, DEHS will inspect the facilities to assess the need for
a biohazard sign and will post signs at all accesses to the facility.
Biohazard signs may not be used in a manner inconsistent with their intended
applications as prescribed above. Improperly posted biohazard signs will be
removed. Once activities requiring a biohazard sign are completed and the
agents are no longer present, it is the responsibility of the investigator to
remove the signs and notify the Biological Safety Section.
This section of the manual is under review. Please consult the Division of
Environmental Health and Safety as well, 244-7362.
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