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Module 7: Biorisk
Management
Biorisk management is the effective management of risks
posed by working with infectious agents and toxins in
laboratories. It includes a range of practices and procedures to
ensure the biosecurity, ​biosafety, and biocontainment of those
infectious agents and toxins.
At the end of this unit, the student is able to:
1. Explain the importance of biorisk management.
2. Discuss the AMP model.
3. Identify risk assessment, mitigation, and performance
evaluation procedures.
To give you an overview of the module, an Advance Organizer is
provided:
Module 7-Assignment
Please read the article below and take note of the global trends
in biorisk management.
Reading article: Global Trends in Biorisk Management
Please watch the video below:
Assessment, Mitigation, Performance
(AMP) Model
Instructions: Walk around the laboratory of your institution and
perform a risk assessment. Answer the following questions
afterwards.
1. What are the possible hazards?
2. What are the risks in relation to the hazards being identified?
3. What are the existing mitigation controls?
4. What is the performance of your laboratory? Is it acceptable
or not?
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