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Emergency Response Special

The Emergency response special section should describe any special emergency response procedures for unique or higher risk materials/activities listed on the protocol. This section is used to describe select materials or activities which require additional or specific follow-up in the event of an emergency. 

Some examples include: 
  • Biological toxins
  • Oncogenes and/or oncogenes used in association with viral vectors able to enter human cells
  • Gene editing systems (human epigenetic changes potential, hazard communication regarding the gene editing system, vectors used in association with the system, ability to integrate into human genome, flanking sequences, ability to edit the human genome, long/short term effect for a person if known)
  • Occupational Medicine Emergency Response Plans (https://www.uhs.wisc.edu/eoh/occupational-medicine/)
  • Herpes B



Keywords:emergency response   Doc ID:80648
Owner:Lisa M.Group:ARROW - Institute for Biosafety Committee
Created:2018-03-05 16:13 CSTUpdated:2018-03-06 16:43 CST
Sites:ARROW - Institute for Biosafety Committee
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