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Bond Institutional Biosafety Committee

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Bond Institutional Biosafety Committee (BIBC) is the body charged with managing Biosafety on campus. Bond University is committed to providing a safe workplace for staff, students and visitors to the campus.

It is the responsibility of Chief Investigators and teaching staff who plan to use potentially hazardous materials to obtain appropriate biosafety approvals from the BIBC before they commence work, and to ensure that project staff and students are qualified, trained and appropriately supervised.

Work using Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), biological materials covered by the Act, or other potentially hazardous materials requires notification to the BIBC through an application process.

All personnel working with biological material should be familiar with and comply with regulatory authorities and internal Bond requirements in this area. This information is provided at training sessions run by Bond University as required.

The BIBC enables compliance with:

Contact: Mr John Leggett (Chair) or [email protected]

Information on applying for Biosafety approval

Semester 1Week 914 March 20224pm
Semester 2Week 911 July 20224pm
Semester 3Week 9 7 November 20224pm
NamePosition on Committee
Mr John LeggettChair
Michelle McBrideWork Health and Safety representative
Dr Kevin AshtonMicro/Molecular Biology representative
A/Prof  Anna Lohning
Biochemistry representative
Dr Jon TanLaboratory Research representative
Mr Callum AgiusExternal lay person
Dr Katie PowellLaboratory Officer
Sarah SavageActing Secretary