In the event that refrigeration storage conditions are compromised, measures ensuring a swift response can prevent the loss of valuable reagents and patient samples. It is imperative to create a written Emergency Refrigeration Storage Plan that details the response steps in the event of an emergency, such as a unit malfunction, a power failure, or a natural disaster. The written plan should be reviewed with all relevant laboratory staff (including security and custodial staff), stored in an easily accessible location near the refrigeration units, and updated annually.
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