Members of the University community who are contemplating, or who are presently engaged in work which might fall within the Laboratory Biosafety Guidelines (3rd edition, 2004, Public Health Agency of Canada) are required to contact the University Biological Safety Officer or Secretary of the Biohazards Committee to obtain a permit for this work. Visit the Biohazard Committee website for more information.
Training for the TRAQ Biohazard Module begins this fall! Space is limited to 20 people per session. The workshops will take place in the Conference Room in the Office of Research Services, Fleming Hall/Jemmett Wing, 3rd floor. To register for a workshop please click on one of the hyperlinks below:
If you are a researcher with an active Biohazard Permit, please register for one of these training sessions on accessing your online Biohazard Permits, and submitting renewal and amendment forms through TRAQ. Both sessions will be held in Botterell Hall, room B147. Please register for one of these sessions by clicking on the hyperlinks below:
Role based training manuals.
Short training video clips on YouTube.