The US Interagency working group documents on developing a safety culture provide a range of useful training materials on this subject.
Association of Biosafety for Australia & New Zealand (ABSANZ) 6th Annual Conference
Pullman Melbourne Albert Park , 7 - 11 November View ABSANZ website
Transport of Infectious Substances
Guidance Document www.iata.org/whatwedo/cargo/dangerous_goods - view website
2016 Dangerous Goods Manual (57th Edition) - view website
Training and Human Resources Development for Microbiological Containment Laboratories
Gaseous Decontamination Summary Slides
The Effectiveness of Gaseous Formaldehyde Decontamination Assessed by Biological Monitoring
Safety Symbols for the Biosafety Laboratory
The following folders contain templates for a range of biosafety and related symbols, as well as a larger template for multiple symbols for signage for laboratory doors. The templates are in printable styles that can be readily printed and laminated before placing on doors. There are also Corel Draw templates that you can modify to place the appropriate language details on the signs.
The large multiple signage layouts have diamond shapes on them for putting on Hazmat signs, which can be purchased from commercial suppliers of safety materials.
Pathogen Safety Data Sheets - Health Canada
Health Canada have produced excellent Pathogen Safety Data Sheets for a range of important human pathogens. This is a great resource when you are performing a risk assessment for a project related to one of these pathogens.
Laboratory acquired infections
Laboratory acquired infections are greatly under reported but the data from these is critical for the performance of risk assessments and for the prevention of future infections. Some publications related to this are :
- Laboratory-associated infections and biosafety. D.L. Sewell. Clinical Microbiological Reviews, 1995, 8(3):389