"Biological Safety programs stress a number of behaviors and traits including: risk assessment, training, and developing & following standard operating procedures (SOPs) and approved protocols. Because of these behaviors, there is very little inconsistency in the data generated in a BSL-3 laboratory despite different laboratory technicians performing the work. The traits mentioned above, while ingrained in those of us whoâve worked in BSL-3 and/or BSL-4 facilities, are less common in lower safety-level laboratories, particularly in academic settings. Adoption of SOP and training principles found in BSL-3 and BSL-4 laboratories into a BSL-1 and BSL-2 setting could significantly aid in the intra-laboratory data. (Intra-Laboratory Consistency: An Argument for Biosafety Principles in Academia- David R Pawlowski)
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Last date updated on June, 2014