This report examines the culture of safety in research institutions and makes recommendations for university leadership, laboratory researchers, and environmental health and safety professionals to support safety as a core value of their institutions. The report discusses ways to fulfill that commitment through prioritizing funding for safety equipment and training, as well as making safety an ongoing operational priority.
This report summarizes the Challenges and Opportunities for Education About Dual Use Issues in the Life Sciences workshop which was held to engage the life sciences community on the particular security issues related to research with dual use potential.
This report describes efforts to address dual use issues by developing institutes around the world that will help life sciences faculty learn to teach about the responsible conduct of science.
February 2013, Remarks/Interview, by Mark Hamm Ph.D.
This guide provides considerations for decision-makers when responding to incidents that may involve bio-threats.
This report, created by the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), is an interactive guide that describes the planning process involved in ensuring continuity of law enforcement operations during a pandemic flu or other public health emergencies.
This document outlines key concerns that law enforcement officials must address in preparation for a virus-caused pandemic and other public health emergencies, and identifies issues that may arise in the department's all-hazards approach.
This document defines a Strategic Endstate, Military Strategic Objectives, and the missions and means to achieve them; which provides a framework for the Department to construct planning, coordination, activities, operations, and capabilities development.
This technical guide provides personal protective equipment (PPE) and program guidance to Army Medical Department Military Medical Treatment Facility personnel, handling casualties from weapons of mass destruction and terrorism at their facilities.
This report identifies the considerations that law enforcement executives should address in their public health communications plans, regarding internal communications as well as external communications.