This report provides guidelines for mass casualty decontamination during a HAZMAT/WMD incident.
This document provides guidance for developing emergency operations plans.
This is an advisory document, recommending best practices for the safe conduct of work in biomedical and clinical laboratories from a biosafety perspective.
This document, produced by the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues (PCSBI), examines the implications of the emerging science of synthetic biology, offering recommendations to ensure the public reaps the benefits of this developing field within appropriate ethical boundaries.
This Presidential order outlines the establishment, operation, and function of a Department of Defense working group focused on strengthening national biosecurity issues: The Working Group on Strengthening the Biosecurity of the United States.
This pamphlet defines the concept of dual use research, explains the responsibilities of the scientific community regarding understanding dual use research issues and concerns, and describes the purpose of the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (NSABB) in recommending specific strategies for effective oversight of dual use science research.
This document provides a formal review of the Site-Specific Biosafety and Biosecurity Mitigation Risk Assessment (SSRA) for the DHS-planned National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF), with conclusions and recommendations for the optimization of biosafety and biosecurity
This document, prepared by the Strategic Partnership Program Agroterrorism (SPPA) Initiative, states the findings of a series of assessments on the food and agriculture sector, which discuss protective measures, mitigation steps and best practices, and identify research gaps and needs.
This directive establishes a national policy to defend the agriculture and food system against terrorist attacks, major disasters, and other emergencies.
This document assists in the identification and development of steps an organization should take to minimize the risk of food contamination or tampering.