instituto de biologia molecular e celular | institute for molecular and cell biology
DATE: 10-11 October | PLACE: IBMC, Porto
COORDINATOR: Joana Correia | ORGANIZATION: OHS in collaboration with IBMC Training Centre
World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines provide practical guidance to facilitate compliance with applicable United Nations international regulations for the transport of infectious substances and patient specimens by all modes of transport, both nationally and internationally, as well as to stress the importance of developing a working relationship between those involved – the sender, the carrier and the receiver – in order to provide for safe and expeditious transport of these materials and to facilitate their timely arrival at destination.
IBMC, in partnership with WHO, offers a training course for all personnel involved in the transport of infectious substances and patient specimens with/without dry ice. The training is developed accordingly to the WHO training model (see the contents below).
Terms used for Shipping Infectious Substances
Categorization and Identification of Infectious Substances
Packaging of Infectious Substances
Marking and Labelling Packages of Infectious Substances
Documentation for Shipping Infectious Substances
Shipping Infectious Substances with Dry Ice
DURATION: 14 hours
Registrations until August 31th
I3S – 80€ | Academia – 130€ | Industry – 180€
Registrations after August 31th
I3S – 100€ | Academia – 150€ | Industry – 200€
- Minimum number of participants: 10 | Limited number of participants: 15
- Includes: Support material/ certificate */ coffee-breaks/ lunches included
- Registration link: http://www.ibmc.up.pt/eventos/registrationisst.php?eid=13
(after registration please wait for confirmation to proceed to payment)
- The organization reserves the right to cancel the training sessions if there are no minimum registration submissions
(*) Note: The Participation Certificate is given to all participants. The Certificate of Achievement will be sent by email only to those who achieve 80% on the Final Assessment.