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Documents supplied by Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens

ACDP Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) Occupational Guidance
Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens - HSC/E Strategic Research Outlook 2003
Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens - Infection at Work - Controlling the Risks - A Guide for Employers and the Self Employed on Identifying, Assessing and Controlling the Risks of Infection in the Workplace
Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens - Secretariat Report for the 71st Meeting of the ACDP and Matters Arising from the 70th Meeting
Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens - Statement of the Ad-Hoc Meeting of the ACDP Avian Influenza Working Group Held on Monday 4th December 2006 at the Department of Health, Wellington House, SE1 8UG
BSE (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy) - Background and General Occupational Guidance
BSE - Occupational Guidance
Biological Agents - Managing the Risks in Laboratories and Healthcare Premises
Biological Agents - The Principles, Design and Operation of Containment Level 4 Facilities
Biological Agents Bulletin - Issue 1
Biological Agents Bulletin - Issue 2
Biological Agents Bulletin - Issue 4
Biological Agents Bulletin - Issue 5
Biological Agents Bulletin - Issue 6
Biological Agents Bulletin - Issue 7
Biological Agents Forward Look - Draft 5 December 2002
Categorisation of Biological Agents According to Hazard and Categories of Containment (Fourth Edition 1995)
Categorisation of Biological Agents According to Hazard and Categories of Containment (Second Supplement to Fourth Edition 1995)
Consultation - Protection Against Blood-Borne Infections in the Workplace - Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Hepatitis (Responses by: 17/11/2008)
Containment and Control for Work with Influenza Viruses
Guidance on a Common Set of Containment Measures to Apply to Both Animal and Human Pathogens - A Callaghan Review Recommendation
Guidance on the Use, Testing and Maintenance of Laboratory and Animal Isolators for the Containment of Biological Agents - Second Draft
Infection Risks to New and Expectant Mothers in the Workplace - A Guide for Employers
Infection at Work - Controlling the Risks from Human Remains
Laboratory Containment of Wild Poliovirus and Potentially Infected Material After Global Eradication of Poliomyelitis
Management and Control Strategy for West Nile Virus in the United Kingdom
Management, Design and Operation of Microbiological Containment Laboratories
Occupational Exposure to Coxiella Burnetii (Q Fever) in the Agriculture and Food Sector
Precautions for Work with Human and Animal Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies
Protection Against Blood-Borne Infections in the Workplace - Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Hepatitis
Protection against blood-borne infections in the workplace: HIV and Hepatitis. 2nd impression 1996
Reducing Risks, Protecting People - HSE's Decision Making Process
Revision of the ACDP Guidance on Blood-Borne Viruses (BBV)
Second Supplement to - Categorisation of Biological Agents According to Hazard and Categories of Containment (Fourth Edition, 1995)
Single Regulatory Framework for Work with Human and Animal Pathogens, New Biosafety Guidelines
The Approved List of Biological Agents
The Large-Scale Contained Use of Biological Agents.
Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy Agents - Safe Working and the Prevention of Infection
Vaccination of laboratory workers Handling Vaccinia and related Poxviruses infectious for humans (Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens and Advisory Committee on Genetic Modification)
Working Safely with Research Animals - Management of Infection Risks
Working Safely with Simians - Management of Infection Risks
World Health Organisation (WHO) Global Action Plan for Laboratory Containment of Poliovirus Following Its Eradication

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