Biosafety is the management of risk
associated with exposure
to potentially hazardous germs.
Biosafety measures are designed to objectively prevent and reduce the negative impacts of outbreaks, without harming people physically, mentally, or emotionally. The principles of biosafety can reliably prepare people and save lives, especially when a new virus emerges.
Respiratory biosafety deals with airborne pathogens and germs. These are the trillions of microorganisms that are all around us every day, and that can potentially enter and exit our bodies thru our noses and mouths. The Care+AIR TM program specifically addresses respiratory viruses and viral health - the root cause of many other illnesses and diseases.
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