Biological Toxin Registration

Overview

For registration of naturally occurring biological toxins or their synthetic analogues.

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Biological Toxin Registration

Section I. Personnel

Section II. Type and Location of Toxin Research

(Check all that apply)
4. For toxins listed in 3 above, will total amounts on hand at any one time (stored and in use) exceed the following limits?

  • 0.5 mg Botulinum neurotoxins
  • 5.0 mg Staphylococcal enterotoxins
  • 100 mg Abrin, Clostridium perfringens epsilon toxin, conotoxin, ricin, saxitoxin, shigatoxin, shiga-like ribosome inactivating protein, or tetrodotoxin
  • 1,000 mg diacetoxyscirpenol (DAS) or T-2 toxin
5. Indicate the building and room number where toxins listed in 3 above are stored:
6. Indicate the building and room number where toxins listed in 3 above are
handled:

Section III. Equipment, Facilities, & Security

* Applies only to those laboratories that exceed the limits identified in Section II above.

Section IV. Research Summary

Section V. Risk Assessment

Address each of the following items and include any other data that you feel has important bearing upon the safety of this project:

Section VI. Documentation*

* Chemical Hygiene Plan and training records are required for approval.
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Training content must include a description of the toxins and laboratory procedures that will be used, health effects, signs & symptoms of exposure, routes of exposure, precautions to prevent exposure, spill clean-up procedures, personal protective equipment use and cleaning, postexposure response, decontamination, and waste disposal.

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Biological Toxin Registration Form