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Risk Groups and Biosafety Levels—What’s the Difference?

There are four risk groups and four biosafety levels which unfortunately can lead lab workers to equate the two terms. Although the two are related, the missing link between them is a risk assessment. We will start out by defining risk groups and a discussion of how to use them as a starting point to determine the risk of an infectious agent. Through exploration of the various additional factors that should be considered for this type of work we will get to an understanding of the risks involved and the methods that are employed to mitigate those risks. It is this collection of controls that we define as biosafety levels.

OnDemand Video IconWednesday, February 9, 2022
OnDemand Video Icon1:00 PM EST


Patrick Condreay
Safety Manager
Human Vaccine Institute, Duke University School of Medicine

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