Training-Environmental Health & Safety - Carnegie Mellon University

Biological Safety Trainings

Biological Safety Training  

For all persons working in a BSL-2 lab. Recommended for all persons working with biological agents and/or animals, either in a classroom or laboratory setting.

Bloodborne Pathogens Training

For persons with reasonably anticipated occupational exposure to human blood or other potentially infectious material (OPIM)--bodily fluids, tissues, organs, infected animals, human cell lines (HELA cells, HEK cells, etc.), etc.--which contain or could contain bloodborne pathogens as is defined by OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogen Standard. (COREQUISITE WITH BIOLOGICAL SAFETY TRAINING (researchers))

Ancillary Biosafety Training

For those persons who do not work with biohazardous materials, but who work in an area posted for biohazards, or who have cause to enter such an area as part of their work (i.e. non-research/medical personnel).  See instructions in helpful links box.

Training for Research Pertaining to the NIH Guidelines

For persons whose research involves the use or manipulation of recombinant or synthetic nucleic acids as defined by the NIH Guidelines

Office: MI 313
Phone: (412) 268-8405
Contact: Andrew Lawson


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