WASPaLM - World Association of Societies of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

  • Join WASPaLM in Kyoto in November 2017 for the 29th World Congress
  • Opening Ceremony, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 9th Bulgarian National Conference of Clinical Laboratory
  • Bureau on Skype with Officials from the World Health Organization
  • Opening Ceremony, World Congress, Cancun, Mexico 2015
  • ICPaLM Opening
    WASPaLM Bureau Members with Hosts at ICPaLM Opening in 2014

Laboratory Biosafety Manuel

Biosafety Manual

For more than 20 years, since it was first published in 1983, the Laboratory Biosafety Manual has provided practical guidance on biosafety techniques for use in laboratories at all levels.

For this new edition, the manual has been extensively revised and expanded. The manual now covers risk assessment and safe use of recombinant DNA technology, and provides guidelines for the comissioning and cetification of laboratories. Laboratory biosecurity concepts are introduced, and the latest regulations for the transport of infectious substances are reflected. Material on safety in health-care laboratories, previously published elsewhere by WHO, has also been incorporated.

3rd edition, 2004, viii + 178 pages, ISBN 92 4 154650 6,(WHO Order Nº 1153213)
Sw.fr. 50.--/US$45.00
This manual is available in Portuguese, French, Spanish and English.

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