12 Rules of Biosafety Mobile App
Biosafety is a practice.
How does it work?
Biosafety practices are used in the proper handling of biohazardous organisms. Human, animal and plant materials may harbor biohazardous organisms or agents and such materials must be handled accordingly. Biohazardous organisms are microorganisms with an infectious potential for man, animals and plants in the environment. These microorganisms include procaryotic and eukaryotic microbes, viruses, subviral infectious agents and recombinant organisms with any potential for survival in the environment or in living materials and can cause a health risk. Biohazardous agents also include nonreplicating recombinant vectors which are capable of delivering and expressing recombinant gene products that can cause a health risk. Use the 12 Rules of Biosafety mobile app to assist in complying with OSHA’s biohazard safety regulations.