Biological Safety and responsibilities of Biological Safety Officers which highlights the steps & tools required to set up the necessary documentation, processes and facilities to allow for biological Research &Development activities to take place safely.
- Candidates who want to advance into Biological Safety Officer roles and become acquainted with the application process and activity management.
- Candidates who, professionally, will be directly involved with GMO activities.
About Biological Safety
Companies that intend to perform activities involving genetically modified or pathogenic organisms must have a appointed person responsible for all aspects of biological safety who supervises these activities. The Biological Safety Officer is therefore a essential person in these companies and serves as an information agent for colleagues and authorities. The Biological Safety Officer should have a clear understanding of biosafety aspects, extensive laboratory experience and regulatory knowhow.
Celeste Tillemans – Biosafety Officer / Operations & Logistics manager at Medace
Celeste Tillemans is the first point of contact for emerging companies working in the Medace facilities. Together with Chris Duxbury, Celeste manages the planning and all kinds of other operational matters. Her responsibilities also includes biological safety, for which Celeste is responsible as Biosafety Officer.
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