Bioprocessing Safety: Worker and Community Safety and Health Considerations
Presents basic concepts in the safe and responsible integration of the bioprocess facility into the local community for decision makers who have no formal training in biosafety issues.
Table of Contents
The NIH Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee: An Example of the Self-Regulatory Process
Safety in Bioprocessing: An Industrial Perspective
Perspectives on Opportunities Toward a Hazard-Free Bioprocessing Environment
Elliott L., Halperin W., Landrigan P.
Accepting Risk: Responsibility Versus Liability
James A., Papermaster G.
Containment and Regulations for Safe Biotechnology
The Biological Production Facility—Design for Protection of the Worker and the Community
Design Criteria for Safety in the Isolation and Purification of Antibiotics and Biologically Active Compounds
Industrial Safety for the Biotechnology Industry
General Considerations for Work Practices and Personal Protective Equipment in Biotechnology Industries
Elliott L., Jones J., Martinez K.
Safe and Effective Spill Control Within Biotechnology Plants
Van Houten J.
Biotechnology: Is There a Role for Medical Surveillance?
Ducatman A., Fink R., Liberman D.
Public Perception of Biotechnology: Green Revolution or Green Monster?
Denison R., Goldburg R.
Community Awareness: Cooperation or Confrontation
Facing Frankenstein: The Importance of Public Participation
Township Review of a New Bioprocessing Facility in Henrietta, New York
Minimal Guidelines for Biotechnology Safety—Activities of the United Nations Specialized Agencies
FDA Enforcement in Bioprocessing Facilities
Biotechnology Facility Approval at the Local Level: The Cambridge, Massachusetts, Experience
Paper ID: STP1051-EB
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