English version

Working safely in a microbiological laboratory is crucial for the health of employees and the prevention of the spread of micro-organisms.
Contaminations can be prevented if safety regulations are followed.

Guidelines for safe working can be found in various documents:

  • ISO 7218
    Microbiology of food and animal feeding stuffs – General requirements and guidance for microbiological examinations.

Nederlandse versie

Veilig werken in een microbiologisch laboratorium is cruciaal voor de gezondheid van medewerkers en het voorkomen van verspreiding van micro-organismen.
Verontreinigingen kunnen worden voorkomen als de veiligheidsvoorschriften worden nageleefd.

Richtlijnen voor veilig werken zijn te vinden op verschillende documenten:


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