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Office of Research Compliance and Assurance

USA Biosafety Policy Statement
The University of South Alabama College of Medicine Biosafety Committee meets as required by the National Institutes of Health to discuss and categorize biohazardous work and to formally register such work. The committee is responsible for the inventory, review and approval of all biological hazards use and safety practices. Details for registering biohazardous materials are contained in the USA College of Medicine Biosafety Manual and appear as links on this site.
All work with biohazardous materials must be registered and approved with the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC). To initiate the review process, the principal investigator must submit an IBC registration form to the IBC Committee, CSAB 118.
All new IBC applications, amendments, and correspondance are now processed through IRBnet.

Updates
Comparative Analysis of 4th and 5th Editions of the BMBE
(pdf file)
Biohazard Sign Template
(Word document)
Fact Sheets

Accidental Contact

Aerosol Production and Exposure Control

Guidelines for Research Involving rDNA Molecules

Hepatitis B Information

Universal Precautions for Handling Human Blood

Biological Spill Response BSL-2

Emergency Contacts and Resources

Biosafety Officer: Dr. Elliot Carter
Phone: 251-461-7790
Email: ecarter@health.southalabama.edu

Emergency Medical Care
USA Urgent Care
307 University Blvd. N
TRB Bldg III, Suite 1275
Mobile, Al. 36688
Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
(251) 414-8101 Phone
(251) 414-8227 Fax

Incident Report Form

All work with biohazardous materials must be registered and approved with the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC). To initiate the review process, the principal investigator must submit an IBC registration form to the IBC Committee, CSAB 118.

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Date last changed: November 5, 2014 4:37 PM
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