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1 Click here to view photos November , 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Special thanks to the BSL3 Science and Safety Faculty: Lee M. Alderman LMA Consulting Ruth L. Berkelman Center for Public Health Preparedness & Research David Bressler Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Walt Dowdle Emory University Richard Henkel Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Sean G. Kaufman Center for Public Health Preparedness & Research Henry Mathews BSL3 Science and Safety Program Maureen Thompson Yerkes Animal Research Center

2 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Previous photo Each class has 14 participants, split into two groups of seven. All participants don and doff PAPRs at least 10 times during the five day training.

3 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants discuss general BSL3 laboratory practices with faculty leader Henry Mathews. Previous photo

4 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants practice cleaning a spill of infectious agent while being guided by faculty member David Bressler from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Previous photo

5 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants practice cleaning up a spill with sharps (using actors glass). Previous photo

6 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course During the five day training, participants are evaluated and must demonstrate mastery of specific objectives. Participants list several emergencies that can occur in a laboratory setting and actions they would take during that emergency. Previous photo

7 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants are asked to demonstrate biosafety practices (using pipettes, disposing of needles, and minimizing the use of sharps). Previous photo

8 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants work with Dana Jones from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and discuss the proper packaging of biological waste. Previous photo

9 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants practice effective response to needle stick injuries. Previous photo

10 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Faculty lead Lee Alderman discusses the importance of responding properly during a medical emergency. Previous photo

11 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants discuss the use of a Class III biosafety cabinet. Previous photo

12 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants are placed in laboratory environments and are pressured to think on their feet during exercise situations. Previous photo

13 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants receive a lecture on proper use of BSCs. Previous photo

14 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants exercise working with someone who has lost consciousness and needs to be evacuated from the laboratory. Previous photo

15 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants practice exiting the laboratory as a team, should a catastrophic power loss occur and experience complete darkness or vision loss. Previous photo

16 Next photo November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Participants are provided with the opportunity to don a BSL4 Delta protective suit. Previous photo

17 November 17-22, 2006 BSL3 Science and Safety Course Previous photo Participants show off certificates of achievement. Meilan Bielby, Houston Health Department Heather Blair, Colorado State University Jennifer Carter, Talecris Biotherapeutics Subhra Chakaborty, Stony Brook University Minerva Cutter, El Paso City and County Health Maqboola Dojki, Aga Khan University Vicente Gallardo, US EPA Steve Hynes, Missouri Department of Health Dionysios Liveris, New York Medical College Connie Lucero. El Paso City and County Health Fiona McIntosh, McGill University Health Centre Gabrielle Platz, Stony Brook University Shahida Qureshi, Aga Khan University Kristine Skjolaas, Talecris Biotherapeutics


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