The term Biohazard and its associated symbol is usually utilized as a caution, so those possibly exposed to the substances will known to take precautionary measures. The biohazard symbol was developed in 1966 by Charles Baldwin, an ecological health specialist working for the Dow Chemical Company on the containment products.
It is utilized within the naming of biotic materials that carry a noteworthy health risk, including viral specimens and utilized hypodermic needles.
Peer reviewed Biosafety Journal, is an important and reliable source of current information on developments in the field. It publishes original papers, reviewed papers, case studies and short communications on the fundamentals, theoretical as well as applications and management of environment.
Open access refers to the unrestricted access to peer-reviewed scholarly research. OMICS Group hosts over 700+ peer-reviewed journals with 50,000+ editorial board members Members and organize over 3000+ International Scientific Conferences every year all over the world and OMICS group by publishing articles under the umbrella of Life sciences group journals and 3rd International conference on Biodiversity-2014 provides a great platform for the researchers, entrepreneurs, students to exchange their views and ideologies on biosafety.
Last date updated on July, 2014