Safety Regulations and Presentations
Safety Regulations and Safety Presentations
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VET 15 Licence
In accordance with conditions (d) of the licence, it is a requirement that a copy of the commercial document in the format provided in Annex 1 is completed and transmitted by email to the relevant point of entry at least 24 hours prior to arrival of the product.
The licence can be obtained by emailing any of our administrative staff.
Part of the conditions for our VET 15 licence is as follows:
The user at the registered establishment must keep a register of consignments of research and diagnostic samples received. You will need to complete fully a Register of Consignments form for research and diagnostic samples received under licence. Template for the Register of Consignments here: https://www.agriculture.gov.ie/importofanimalsandanimalproducts/researchanddiagnosticsamples/ under Application forms and Supporting Documentation.
For anyone importing animal tissues/cells, in addition to sending the shipper the VET15 licence we also need to send them an annex 1 invoice’ (AnnexICommercialDocumentforRDSamples250319) which they must complete and send together with the VET15.
Important: Please email Yvonne Brennan with information on your register of consignments, firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff trained in Dangerous Goods, and registered with DHL:
|Susan Barry||Senior Technical Officer||1324|
|Kathryn Bermingham||School Manager||1339|
UN1845 Dry ice/carbon dioxide, solid.
UN3373 Biological substance, category B.
UN3245 Genetically modified organisms or micro-organisms.
Safety in the laboratory
Safety regulations for Biochemistry laboratories
Biological Agents at work
Presentation by Dr Susan Hill, Cognate Health (formerly EHA Consulting). 24th May 2016.
Managing Stress at Work
Presentation by Dr Susan Hill, Cognate Health. 5th December 2018.
Centrifugation requires a series of choices critical to safety. Which Centrifuge? Which rotor? Which tubes and adapters?....
Centrifugation Hazards Video. 9 mins.