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The biosafety program is implemented through the Vice President, Research and is administered through the Presidential Biosafety Advisory Committee and the McMaster Biosafety Office. The programs related to biosafety are found here.
This assessment is subject to change with changing legislations and policy. Upon update, the assessment will be re-uploaded. Last update: April 6, 2017.
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1Human, terrestrial animal, aquatic animal, plant, fungi, soil or environmental
2reasonably expected to contain infectious materials, organisms or toxins – the specimen was taken from a human, animal, plant or environmental locale whose history or current information indicates that the sample will be infectious; the specimen was taken from a human, animal, plant or environmental locale that was intentionally infected; the specimen was proven to be infectious (RMM600, 4.12)
3Where a sample is put into in vitro culture to keep it alive for various purposes and includes electrophysiology, organ culture and live flow cytometry.