biochemistry

Building Better Biosafety Labs

Considerations for setting up and maintaining biosafety labs.

Biosafety laboratories play an important role in medical research, but setting up and maintaining the right infrastructure for different biosafety levels can be a challenge. For example, researchers use purified water for a wide range of applications in such labs, and the appropriate water supply differs for each biosafety level because of variations in safety considerations.

Download this primer from ELGA Labwater to learn about the requirements for setting up and maintaining biosafety labs, including how to

  • Assess biosafety risks
  • Ascertain facility requirement
  • Choose water purification systems
  • Standardize training and operating procedures


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