5 Keys Areas Where Biosafety Programs Fall Short

  |  October 22, 2019

Institutions of all sizes and types share common challenges when it comes to the implementation of an effective and efficient biosafety program, as evidenced by a recent analysis conducted by EH&E. Looking beyond compliance with basic regulatory requirements, the analysis identified five key areas where biosafety programs fall short that are vital to making a...
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Clinical Laboratories: Using BSL-2 Plus When Working with Pathogens Transmitted via Inhalation

  |  February 1, 2019

Clinical laboratories, such as public health or academic labs, commonly conduct procedures involving pathogens that are infectious via inhalation. These pathogens present a significant risk because in addition to getting the individual working with them sick, it can then be quickly transmitted to others. To prevent infection, it is recommended that such work be conducted...
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BSL-2 Plus: When and How to Implement It in the Research Environment

  |  September 14, 2018

Biosafety Level 2 Plus (BSL-2+) is the common term for laboratories where work with microorganisms is conducted in a BSL-2 laboratory with biosafety practices and procedures that are typically found at BSL-3. The need for this hybrid approach is on the rise in recent years due to increased research with viral vectors, arboviruses, and other...
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