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As per available reports about 137 National symposiums and 6 Conferences, 35 Conference proceedings related to biosafety.
Biosafety is the prevention of large-scale loss of biological integrity, focusing both on ecology and human health. These prevention mechanisms include conduction of regular reviews of the biosafety in laboratory settings, as well as strict guidelines to follow. Biosafety is used to protect us from harmful incidents. High security facilities are necessary when working with Synthetic Biology as there are possibilities of bioterrorism acts or release of harmful chemicals and or organisms into the environment.
A complete understanding of experimental risks associated with synthetic biology is helping to enforce the knowledge and effectiveness of biosafety. Biosafety is related to several fields:
• In ecology (referring to imported life forms from beyond eco-region borders)
• In agriculture (reducing the risk of alien viral or transgenic genes, genetic engineering or prions
• In medicine (referring to organs or tissues from biological origin, or genetic therapy products, virus in chemistry (i.e., nitrates in water, PCB levels affecting fertility)
• In exobiology (i.e., NASA's policy for containing alien microbes that may exist on space samples - sometimes called "biosafety level 5")
• In synthetic biology (referring to the risks associated with this type of lab practice)
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Importance and Scope:
Biosafety programme mainly encompasses to facilitate and implement biosafety procedures and guidelines for ensuring safety regarding health and environmental issues. There are four major aspects which are covered by biosafety: (1) Human health; (2) Ecology or Ecosystem; (3) Hazard Analysis and Safety regulations; (4) an information system that enables the biosafety evaluation process to be based on up-to-date and relevant scientific information, and (5) Security and resource management. The aim of biosafety is to ensure that recipient regions are having both the opportunity and the capacity to assess risks and maintain proper precaution to fight against the situation. Biosafety also ensures food safety and food security which is now a very big issue for society and economy. Even biosafety also regulates and assess hazards that occur in bioscience based laboratories. It also documents handling, using equipments and safety guidelines to avoid any kind of hazards in laboratories as well as industries.
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