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LABORATORY PROCEDURES FOR ANIMAL & HUMAN CELL LINES
REFERENCE NO: AHC/1998/1/1.4
TITLE: NATIONAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE COLLECTION WORK
BRITISH LAWS AND REGULATIONS:
ACDP: Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens, the ACDP guidelines can be seen on the WEB site http://www.doh.gov.uk/bioinfo.htm
Code of Practice for the Prevention of Infection in Clinical Laboratories and Post Mortem Rooms. Her Majesty's Stationary Office (HMSO), 1979.
- COSHH: Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health regulations. It is a mean of documenting each procedure, issued by the Health and Safety executive, that became a legal requirement in the U.K. in 1989. The COSHH regulations are on the WEB site:
ITALIAN LAWS AND REGULATIONS (issued in response to European directives):
- D.lgs. 626/94 (implementation of Directives 89/654 CEE, 89/655 CEE, 89/656 CEE, 90/269 CEE, 90/270 CEE, 90/394 CEE, 90/679 CEE concerning improvement of safety and health of workers at their working place) and D.lgs. 242/9 (amendments and additions to the legislative decree 19th: 9/94 nr. 626 comprising implementation of CEE Directions concerning improvement of safety and health of workers at their working place).
- D. Lgs. 91/93, implementation of Directive CEE 90/219/CEE
- D. Lgs. 120/92, implementation of Directives CEE 88/320/CEE and CEE 90/18/CEE in matter of inspection and verification of the Good Laboratory Practice.
GERMAN LAWS AND REGULATIONS:
See Guidelines for Microorganisms
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