alexa The European Biological Safety Association

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The European Biological Safety Association

The European Biological Safety Association was founded in June 1996. This association has individual members representing over 24 countries in Europe and other regions. It aims to provide a meeting for its members to discuss and debate on concerned issues relating to biosafety and associated activities. It is open for anyone working in the field providing unique networking opportunities. This association promotes and interacts best biosafety and security practices among the members and encourages discussions on developing issues. It defends and represents collective interests of the members in all areas that related to biosafety and biosecurity. With the objective of ensuring the prevention of harm to man or the environment from the biological substances, it supports emerging legislations and standards. This association has working and task groups. Biocontainment Technical task groups, Education and training task groups, Information and Working task groups. It has national networks . Austrian Biosafety Networks, Belgian Biosafety Professionals, and few other networks. This association is a non- profit organization . EBSA is proud to produce its corporate members and conference sponsors. Without their valued assistance.  EBSA would not be able to complete its promoting role and to support associates from low income countries. The association corporate members provide a range of services and products related  to the biosafety industry. If anyone those who are  looking for a particular service or product can  use the descriptors on the  for companies, with a pertinent portfolio. EBSA allows all European biosafety professionals, who are  employed by public health organisations, clinical laboratories, university and research institutions, or other organisations that have a passion  in biological safety, an opportunity to be a part in its activities and bring their voice and vision to promptly growing association. Several working and task groups have been implemented to advise the association on specific working areas within the biosafety framework, and to have a hand in tasks required by the council.

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