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biosafety

[¦bī·ō¦sāf·tē]
(biology)
The establishment and maintenance of safe conditions in a biological research laboratory to ensure that pathogenic microbes are contained (and not released to workers or the environment).
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They additionally accommodate the foundation of three boards a National Bio-safety Committee49 and a "Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)50 at the federal level as part of the Ministry of Environment", and an Institutional Bio-safety Committee (IBC)51 at all private and public institute's responsibility handling of living beings at the molecular level.
Tim Trevan and Dr Ziba Rasmussen, also bio-safety experts from the US, also spoke at the event.
Is this a foretaste of the future of the implementation of the Bio-Safety Protocol as well?
A first attempt to develop a bio-safety protocol ended in February 1999 in Cartagena, Colombia, when the United States and five allies blocked a pact acceptable to the other 125 countries.
Known primarily for providing products to the HVAC service industry, Alnor also manufactures products for applications in industrial temperature measurement and air flow monitoring for laboratory fume hoods and bio-safety cabinets.
Last June, a Brazilian federal court judge temporarily halted Monsanto's hopes of marketing the seeds in Brazil until the federal government can regulate and define the rules of bio-safety.
The Institute plays a key role as the only laboratory in the Department of Defense (DOD) equipped to study Ebola and other highly hazardous infectious agents requiring maximum containment at bio-safety level (BLS)-4.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Bio-safety cabinet.
Lack of education and awareness of bio-safety and bio-security issues at healthcare institutions, reuse of injections, transfusion of contaminated blood, unsafe haemodialysis procedure, dental procedure with infected instrument, endoscopies with un-sterilised instruments, piercing, tattooing and shaving with contaminated razors, etc, are some of the factors responsible for spread of hepatitis,' Magray added.
The Department of Microbiology of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Lahore organized one-day Master Trainer Programme for Laboratory Bio-safety and Risk Management" under a research project titled as Viral and Hemorrhagic Fever Disease Surveillance, Diagnostic Testing and Laboratory Capacity Building in Pakistan'.
He was addressing a seminar on bio-safety guidelines at FC College here.
The three-day workshop on evaluating the joint project between European Union (EU) and World Health Organization (WHO) and Ministry of Health on bio-security and bio-safety in laboratories and emergency plan for facing all types of risks in the medical sector was inaugurated today in Muscat Intercontinental Hotel.