Proper Handling of Materials at Biosafety Level 1
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This course is required for those whose work in research and related projects involve microbiological materials and recombinant or synthetic nucleic acids that can be safely handled at BSL1. Goals: - To provide biosafety training in the proper handling of non-infectious microbiological agents and recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid constructs. Objectives: - Recognize NIH containment guidelines for recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid work at Biosafety Level 1 (BSL1) - Outline standard microbiological practices - List commonly used personal protective equipment (PPE) - Understand BSL1 facility and administrative requirements - Demonstrate knowledge in waste disposal practices - Demonstrate knowledge of incident reporting requirements - Outline spill handling procedures
Required for those whose work in research and related projects involve microbiological materials and recombinant or synthetic nucleic acids that can be safely handled at BSL1. This course requires a refresher every 3 years.