The University of Lethbridge Biosafety program, developed and administered by Safety Services, assists faculty, staff and students with the safe use of biological materials at the University in accordance with legislative and University requirements as well as best practices in the field. RSS provides extensive consultation services in biosafety, training and awareness, safety equipment testing, regulatory support, and emergency preparedness and response services to the campus community working with biological materials, particularly biohazardous materials.
Contact the Biosafety Officer for all questions or inquiries regarding Biosafety.
SARS-CoV-2- Public Health Agency of Canada Biosafety Advisory
U of L Biosafety Code of Practice
Good Microbiological Laboratory Practices
Guildelines for Working with AAV
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Template
New Biosafety Permit Application
Checklist for CL2 Laboratories
Biological Risk Group and Containment Level Assessment Template
Ordering: Regulated Biological Material Request
Transfer: Regulated Biological Material transfer Notification
Canadian Biosafety Standards and Guidelines
Human Pathogens and Toxins Act