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Biohazards

Biohazards are warning signs given, so that people those potentially exposed to the substances will know about the danger and take precautions. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) categorizes various diseases in levels of biohazard, Level 1 being minimum risk and Level 4 being extreme risk. Laboratories and other facilities are categorized as Biosafety Level (BSL) 1-4 or as P1 through P4 for short (Pathogen or Protection Level). Biohazard Level 1, Biohazard Level 2 , Biohazard Level 3, Biohazard Level 4. The biohazard symbol was developed by the Dow Chemical Company in 1966 for their containment products The symbols investigated had to meet a number of criteria: Striking in form in order to draw immediate attention; Unique and unambiguous, in order not to be confused with symbols used for other purposes; Quickly recognizable and easily recalled; Easily stenciled; Symmetrical, in order to appear identical from all angles of approach; Acceptable to groups of varying ethnic backgrounds. OMICS Group International through its Open Access Initiative is committed to make genuine and reliable contributions to the scientific community. OMICS Group hosts over 700+ peer-reviewed journals and organize over 3000+ International Scientific Conferences annually all over the world. The primary aim of the OMICS Group international journals is to distribute the information related to sciences and technology all over the world online, free of cost. Getting published in Open Access Journals provides greater chances of visibility for the articles, subsequently leading to more citation.. OMICS Group international free journal's impact factor is a measure of the frequency with which the ""average article"" published in a given scholarly journal has been cited in a particular year or period and is often used to measure or describe the importance of a particular journal to its field.
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Last date updated on June, 2014

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