Principles and practice of biosafety training
This eLearning training is mandatory for all staff and postgraduate students undertaking genetic modification work, working with biological agents or working in a CL3 laboratory.
The Principles and Practice in Biosafety course is compulsory for all laboratory users, and specifically new staff and postgraduate students, undertaking work with infectious micro-organisms, including genetically modified micro-organisms and potentially infectious material (including cell cultures), and those working in a Containment Level 3 (CL3) laboratory.
This eLearning module provides a common understanding about sources of infection (including routes of transmission) and what could go wrong if controls are not used or are not used properly.
All safety instructor-led training courses are delivered by our team of safety experts.
Completing this course will give you an awareness of the following.
- Infection - including information about cases of laboratory-acquired infections.
- The legal framework.
This eLearning module is compulsory for all staff and postgraduate students undertaking work with infectious micro-organisms, including genetically modified micro-organisms and potentially infectious material (including cell cultures), and those working in a Containment Level 3 (CL3) laboratory.
Training courses are free to UCL staff however your Department will be charged £50 if you fail to attend when booked on a course. Non-attendance at first aid courses will incur a higher non-attendance fee.
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Places to external delegates are only offered if there is spare capacity on an instructor-led course.
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Last updated: Friday, June 11, 2021