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CABS-ACSB membership is open to anyone who has an interest in biological safety. This includes microbiologists, laboratory workers, health care professionals, veterinarians, safety officers, industrial hygienists, certifiers and engineers. Knowledge on laboratory design, containment principals, sterilization and disinfection, etc. is essential in preventing exposure and infections in the workplace. The membership fee is $50.00 per year. Membership year runs from January to December.

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Up Coming Events

  • Canadian Biosafety Symposium, June 14-16, 2016

    June-14-2016

    Montreal, QC, Canada - Annual event for biosafety profesisonal and personnels.

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  • ICID Pre-symposium course: CL3 Preferred Design Strategies Course

    June-14-2016

    CL3 facilities design - 8:30am to 430 pm, Delta Montreal, Montreal, QC

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  • ICID Pre-symposium Course: Biosafety Program Development and Implementation

    June-14-2016

    Biosafety Program Development and Implementation, Delta Montreal Hotel, Montreal, QC

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  • ICID Pre-symposium Course: Lab Spill Response

    June-14-2016

    Delta Montreal Hotel, Montreal, QC

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  • Canadian Biosafety Symposium 2016

    June-14-2016

    Canadian Biosafety Symposium - Montreal, QC (June 14-16, 2015)

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  • CABS-ACSB Annual General Meeting

    June-15-2016

    at the Canadian Biosafety Symposium in Montreal, QC - 4 pm to 5 pm

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  • CABS-ACSB Annual General Meeting

    June-15-2016

    at Canadian Biosafety Symposium from 4-5 pm Eastern tume, Montreal QC

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  • PHAC Laboratory Biosecurity Workshop, Montreal, QC

    June-17-2016

    Workshop on assessing the risks and develping a biosecuirty plan

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  • PHAC Pathogen Risk ASsesment Tool Workshop, Montreal, QC

    June-17-2016

    Workshop on pathogen risk assessment tool

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  • PHAC Local Risk Assessments Workshop, Montreal, QC

    June-17-2016

    FREE - Workshop on how to conduct local risk assessments

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  • ABSA Webinar: Biosecurity in Practice

    July-13-2016

    Biosecurity in Practice: Research, Healthcare, Agriculture, & Production

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  • ABSA Webinar: The Biosafety Personality (July 25, 27, & 29, 2016)

    July-25-2016

    The Biosafety Personality: Understanding the Process of Customizing Your Approach in Serving Science and Safety

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  • ABSA Webinar: Occupational Medicine and Health

    August-19-2016

    Occupational Medicine—Your Valued Partner in Biosafety

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  • ABSA International 59th Annual Biological Safety Conference

    September-30-2016

    59th Annual Biological Safety Conference Sept 30-Oct. 5-2016, Grapevine, TX, USA

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  • ABSA Webinar: Virus based gene transfer vectors

    November-01-2016

    Virus-based Gene Transfer Vectors (Nov. 1 &3, 2016)

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  • ABSA Webinar: Public Health and Security

    December-07-2016

    Public Health: Biosecurity and the Global Health Security Agenda

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    About Us


    The Canadian Association for Biological Safety/L’Association Canadienne Pour La Sécurité Biologique (CABS-ACSB) was formed in 1990 as the Canadian affiliate of the American Biological Safety Association (ABSA). CABS-ACSB is a non-profit association, which aims to establish a Canadian network of individuals interested in a wide variety of biological safety issues and to enhance the knowledge and understanding of biological safety.

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    Interested in finding out the many benefits of becoming a CABS member and the broad spectrum of individuals that we represent? Check us out and become a member! CABS-ACSB offers Canadian biosafety professionals, whether employed by public health organisations, clinical/pharmaceutical/medical industry, laboratories, university and research institutions, or other organisations that have an active interest in biological safety.

    Membership Benefits


    CABS-ACSB membership is for biosafety professionals of all levels to expand their knowledge, and explore future issues. CABS-ACSB is currently involved in other projects such as participating and collaborating with other biosafety related groups to form a national voice for Biosafety professionals in Canada, helping in the development of training initiatives, and develop the Canadian Registered Biosafety Professional program.

    Nominations and Elections


    CABS-ACSB executive is the voice for making the critical decisions needed to keep the association strong and highly relevant in our ever-changing field. We are all responsible for ensuring we select individuals who will keep CABS-ACSB in the forefront of biosafety and help build a solid future.

    Strategic Plan – Future Objectives


    To supports its members and to develop its role in the national and international community CABS/ACSB makes available a variety of opportunities and resources to facilitate the sharing of expertise. To develop a Biosafety Professional Registered Designation program in Canada.

    President's Message


    As president of the Canadian Association for Biological Safety/L’Association Canadienne pour la Sécurité Biologique (CABS-ACSB), I welcome you to our new website. We have faced various challenges in the past, including a major server failure that affected the website and membership engagement.

    Jobs

    Looking for a job? Seeking an applicant? Do you wish to add a job posting to the CABS-ACSB website? Become a CABS-ACSB member and reach employers and applicants here!

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