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SFU has a comprehensive biosafety program to ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements and is governed by the University Biosafety Committee under the Vice President, Research.
If you are a SFU faculty member conducting research, teaching and testing involving biohazardous material that is undertaken under the auspices of SFU and/or using SFU resources you are required to apply for a biosafety permit through the biosafety permit database.
A biosafety permit is required when working with biohazardous materials.
Biosafety permit application
Complete the Biosafety permit application, which is optimized for Chrome and Internet Explorer
Principal investigators (PIs) and lab instructors intending to work with biohazards (as defined in SFU Biosafety Policy R20.02) are required to submit a biosafety permit application and follow the application process.
Each permit application requires the PI/ instructor to:
- Identify the hazards;
- List all personnel;
- Outline responsibilities of all personnel involved with that project.