Working with potentially biohazardous material
When conducting research with potentially biohazardous materials, safety is paramount. WSU biosafety professionals are here to help you understand the safeguards needed for your research to proceed smoothly. They can advise you of legal and ethical boundaries. If the unexpected occurs, they will work on your behalf to achieve the safest possible resolution.
- Forms, templates & checklists
For work that must be approved by the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC)
- Institutional Biosafety Committee meeting schedule
Plan ahead to ensure timely review of your research proposals.
- Potentially biohazardous material
Find out what, exactly, it is. Help determine if your project requires review.
- Review process
What to expect when your project undergoes IBC review
- Investigator responsibilities
As a principal investigator, you must safely manage biohazards.
Shipping hazardous materials or dangerous goods?
Start by reading the instructions for shipping.