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Cat: Biosafety

Full text of biosafety control and bloodborne pathogen programs. Large number of regulations, information sheets, and publications related to US biosafety laws. Tables of risk group classifications for bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Working safely with research animals.

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Anthrax in the Workplace [19648] ?

OSHA advice and suggestive protective measures

Biohazard Facility Manual [35846] ?

general operating / emergency procedures for working safely in a biohazard facility

Biological Hazards [8339] ?

Sources of biological hazards include bacteria, viruses, insects, plants, birds, animals and humans

Biological Safety [3286] ?

Biosafety issues and biosafety manual for laboratory safety

Biological Safety Program [19050] ?

Biosafety for laboratory workers

Biological Safety Program [20634] ?

Safety materials in use at a major university

Biosafety [16657] ?

Bloodborne pathogens and biosafety procedures

Biosafety Checklists for Select Agents [2145] ?

A series of checklists for laboratories related to CDC guidelines

Biosafety Hazards & Controls [14058] ?

Information for employees exposed to biosafety hazards

Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories [4287] ?

National Institutes of Health document on the principles of biosafety in laboratories

Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories [pdf] [11959] ?

Recommended microbiological practices for laboratories handling infectious agents

Biosafety Manual [pdf] [2245] ?

Text of a laboratory safety manual on biosafety procedures

Biosafety Manual [744] ?

Biological safety guidelines

Biosafety Manual [28494] ?

Requirements for working safely with biohazardous material

Biosafety Manual [5404] ?

Text of a manual in use at a government laboratory

Biosafety Manual [pdf] [21046] ?

Full text of a laboratory biosafety manual

Biosafety Program [23306] ?

Designed for research laboratories

Biosafety Programs [27283] ?

Includes a plan for bloodborne pathogens, hantavirus control procedures and medical waste managment

Bloodborne Infectious Diseases [24825] ?

Engineering controls and work practices to prevent exposure to blood and other body fluids

Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plans [12692] ?

Fill-in-the-blank bloodborne pathogens exposure control plans for non-medical & medical facilities

Bloodborne Pathogen Program & Exposure Control Plan [3829] ?

Full text of a bloodborne pathogen program and exposure control plan

Bloodborne Pathogen Sample Program [pdf] [22362] ?

Text of a sample program

Updated Bloodborne Pathogen Training [24921] ?

Training module and support materials on BBP

Bloodborne Pathogen Training Tutorial [28747] ?

Example of a basic BBP presentation for employee training

Bloodborne Pathogens Booklet [pdf] [39904] ?

Includes a sample bloodborne pathogens exposure control plan

Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Checklist [pdf] [25969] ?

A self-audit checklist to determine if BBP plan meets OSHA standards

Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Program [28493] ?

Precautions included are: medical surveillance, training, safe work practices, decontamination and disposal

Bloodborne Pathogens Guide for Dental Employers [28959] ?

Reducing bloodborne pathogens exposure in dentistry

Updated Bloodborne Pathogens Model Exposure Control Plan [6642] ?

Employer compliance guide to the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard

Bloodborne Pathogens Plan [23910] ?

Designed by a university for their employees

Bloodborne Pathogens Reference and Training Manual [5457] ?

Workers tutorial with test and training forms on bloodborne pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogens Refresher [11598] ?

Instructor guide for BBP

Bloodborne Pathogens Sample Plan [15235] ?

Fill in the blank sample safety program

CA-California Trauma Scene Waste Management Practitioners [24619] ?

State requirements for the management and cleanup of a trauma scene

Canada: AIDS in the Workplace [17014] ?

Precautions with advice on and illness prevention

Class B Biosolids Worker Protection [12171] ?

NIOSH recommended controls for worker expsosure Class B biosolids (treated sewage)

Complying with OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Regulation, 29 CFR 1910.1030 [3129] ?

Fact sheet outlines basic requirements for OSHA bloodborne pathogen programs

DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation Guides [1948] ?

DOT guidance to the packaging and shipping of these materials by air, land, or sea

Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome [31934] ?

Symptoms, causes, risk factors, complications, tests, diagnosis, treatment, prevention

Hantavirus: Laboratory Information [3441] ?

Biosafety guidelines for removing rodent organs and managing agents with potential hantavirus

HIV and AIDS in the Workplace [21125] ?

Occupational Medical Society workplace guidelines for HIV/AIDS

HIV/Aids and the World of Work [19997] ?

Code of Practice on HIV/AIDS and the World of Work

Infectious Substances Air Transport [23377] ?

Biosafety guidelines for handling and shipping specimens associated with infectious disease

Laboratory Biosafety Levels [pdf] [4301] ?

Essential elements of the four biosafety levels for activities involving infectious microorganisms & laboratory animals

Laboratory Biosafety Manual [pdf] [927] ?

Text of a safety manual for biomedical laboratories - lab closeout procedures & more

Laboratory Medical Alert Card Template [4305] ?

For laboratory personnel working with hazardous materials

Model Biomedical Waste Plan [pdf] [23098] ?

How to handle biomedical wastes

Non-Hospital Bloodborne Pathogens Program Guide [pdf] [39986] ?

Non-Medical Personnel Bloodborne Pathogen Plan

Primary Containment for Biohazards [pdf] [5067] ?

Selection, installation and use of of biological safety cabinets

Primary Containment for Biohazards - Safety Cabinets [pdf] [4304] ?

Guidelines for selection, installation and use of biological safety cabinets

Protection of Vacuum Lines from Biohazardous Material [pdf] [35845] ?

Example of a laboratory safety protocol

Questions & Answers about Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens [pdf] [25970] ?

22 page guide to assist employers in understanding OSHA bloodborne pathogens standard

Risk in Biomedical Research Facilities [19048] ?

Understanding, Assessing, and Communicating Topics Related to Risk in Biomedical Research Facilities

Sample BBP Exposure Control Plan [26443] ?

A sample written program

Sample Bloodborne Pathogen Written Program Checklist [pdf] [35757] ?

To guide compliance with the BBP OSHA standard

SARS: Information Regarding Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome [23378] ?

The information references enforceable OSHA standards

Sharps and Biohazardous Waste Policy [pdf] [28495] ?

Instructions for the disposal of various objects after they have been decontaminated

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Chemicals / Storage
Guidelines for proper storage of chemicals, compatibility charts, etc.

Disasters / Biochem
Chemical and biological weapons, bioterrorism

Environment / Hazardous Wastes
Guides for hazardous waste management, site remediation, waste minimization

Industrial Hygiene / Labs
Chemical Hygiene Plans, standard operating procedures, lab safety programs, etc.

Industrial Hygiene / Tuberculosis
OSHA and CDC guidelines for control of tuberculosis

Medicine / Bioterrorism
Medical management of biological and chemical casualties - clinical guides

Medicine / Infection Control
Infection control in hospitals and healthcare institutions

OSHA / Bloodborne
OSHA technical resources on bloodborne pathogens

Regulations / Biosafety
Full text of biosafety standards, manuals and guidelines for US federal laws

Safety / Needlesticks
Needlestick injury prevention, legislation, safety devices

Safety Mgt / Bulletins
Safety bulletins & tool box talks for workplace, home, personal & off-the-job

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