A valid Dalhousie Biosafety Certificate is required for all teaching and research activities which involve the use or manipulation of potentially hazardous biological agents and micro-organisms at the University. All laboratory procedures, including waste treatment and packaging, must comply with the appropriate requirements of the University.
*Note: All new staff and students are required to read the Biosafety Manual [PDF - 2.1 MB] prior to beginning any work using biological agents.
*NEW Biosafety Regulations:
On December 1, 2015, the Human Pathogens and Toxins Regulations came into force.