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Biological safety factors in toxicological risk assessment

R. Stephen McColl

Biological safety factors in toxicological risk assessment

a report

by R. Stephen McColl

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Published by Dept. of National Health and Welfare in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental health -- Government policy -- Decision making,
  • Toxicity testing

  • Edition Notes

    Statementproduced for the Environmental Health Directorate, Health Protection Branch, Health and Welfare Canada by R. Stephen McColl.
    ContributionsCanada. Dept. of National Health and Welfare.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA1199 .M33 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 p.
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17277767M
    ISBN 100662176383

    Use of International Standard ISO , "Biological evaluation of medical devices - Part 1: Evaluation and testing within a risk management process" Guidance for Industry and Food and Drug.   Roles of Risk Assessment in Medical Device Testing & Approval •Development of a biocompatibility testing plan based on assessing the potential for toxicological hazards and given the exposure category of a device and its intended use •Gap analysis determines if additional biological tests are needed, based on review of existing test results.

    RISK ASSESSMENT of WORK with BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS University Health and Safety Policy (UHSP/9/BS/05) requires that risk assessment of all work with biological materials must be carried out in advance of work commencing and, in addition, any work involving: higher risk categories (ACDP 2 File Size: 32KB.   It is clear that the focus internationally in the assurance of biological safety must start with chemical and material characterization along with an assessment of toxicological risks as prescribed in ISO , ISO, ISO , and ISO

    The principal investigator or laboratory director is responsible for assessing risks in order to determine the necessary biosafety level practices (containment) required to perform a task with a specific organism. This should be done in close collaboration with the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) and/or the Biosafety and Occupational Health Department (BOHD) professionals to ensure.   Chapter 5: Health Risk Assessment. The methodologies and techniques used in health risk assessment are firmly established. This chapter provides an overview of current health risk assessment methodologies used for physical, chemical and biological agents and reflects the typologies in Chapter influence of the NAS model can be seen clearly in chemical and biological risk .


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