Biosafety and Gene Technology Training, Contacts & Resources

 

Training

The following table outlines the specific training required for people working in each facility type. Staff and students should check with their facility manager and supervisor to ensure they have undertaken all appropriate training. 

 

FOR

TRAINING


HOW TO ENROL

 


Staff working in Wet (Chemical) & PC1 (Low Risk Biological) Labs 

Laboratory Safety Awareness

(face-to-face)

Go to myUNSW. Search by Course Number HSELSS 

Students working in Wet (Chemical) and PC1 (Low Risk Biological) Labs

Laboratory Safety Awareness

(online)

Please register here. All Online Enrolments are processed on a Friday by 2pm. The courses are then accessible on Monday through Moodle.

People working in PC2 facilities 

Biosafety for PC2 Laboratories

(face-to-face)


Go to myUNSW
. Search by Course Number HSEPC2 

People working in OGTR- certified PC1 or PC2 facilities

Acknowledgement of understanding the Behavioural Requirements and facility's certification variation

Via SafeSys. Introduced as part of facility induction training. Contact your local facility manager for details.

Staff working with Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)

Gene Tech Regulations at UNSW (online)  Go to myUNSW. Search by Course Number HSEGTC in Training Registration. Click here for enrolment instructions.

Student working with Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)

Gene Tech Regulations at UNSW (online) Please register here. All Online Enrolments are processed on a Friday by 2pm. The courses are then accessible on Monday through Moodle.

 

 

 

Resources


INTERNAL

EXTERNAL


Contact Us


Please direct all queries to:

UNSW GTRC Support Officer
Research Ethics and Compliance Support (RECS) 

T: 02 9385 7244

E: genetechnology@unsw.edu.au

Level 3, Rupert Myers Building South Wing
UNSW Australia Kensington Campus
NSW 2052