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As a party to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, Grenada is committed to comply with all the obligations of the protocol. Grenada signed on to the protocol on May 24, 2000, deposited instrument on February 05, 2004 and its full fledge membership entered into force on May 05, 2004.

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Biosafety

Biosafety refers to safety measures taken with respect to the effects of biological research on humans, animals, plants and the environment.

A biohazard is a biological agent that constitutes a potential hazard to humans, animals, plants or the environment.  Researchers use many different types of biohazards in their laboratories including fungi, bacteria and viruses.

Other examples of biohazards can include plant material, animals or human cells and blood.

The following documents and resources will be helpful to those whose work can potentially bring them into contact with biohazardous materials.

Update on Biosafety Activities in Grenada

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