Biorisk Association of Singapore

Foster the development & recognition of biorisk management as a profession



News & Updates

June 30, 2021

Safe Use of Biological Safety Cabinet Webinar Training

Do join us for this BAS Training: Biological Safety Cabinet Types, Selection & Placement by Dr Sabai Phyu (European Union CBRN Risk Mitigation Centres of Excellence […]
May 17, 2021

International Webinar & 2021 AGM

“POLICIES & STRATEGIC INSIGHTS FOR BIORISK MANAGEMENT ADVISORS AND LEADERS” BAS is proud to collaborate with National University of Singapore Biosafety Level 3 Core Facility in […]
April 27, 2021

Final Stealth Database Training Webinar

In collaboration with EU CBRN COE Project 81, BAS is pleased to bring you the Final Training Session for the Stealth Database. The STEALTH DATABASE, a […]
December 7, 2020

Advanced Stealth Database Training

In collaboration with EU CBRN COE Project 81, BAS is pleased to bring you this Training Session. The STEALTH DATABASE, a software for the inventory of […]
October 29, 2020

Stealth Database Online Training

In collaboration with EU CBRN COE Project81, BAS is pleased to bring you another Training Session. A Webinar Training Session Topic:                   Introduction Training on Usage […]
October 28, 2020

Professional Biorisk Management Course by NUS

NUS is offering the Professional Biorisk Management Course which is recognized as the required training for persons who are interested to take on the role of […]

CONFERENCES

June 10, 2021

ABSA Annual Biosafety and Biosecurity Conference 2021

R Raleigh Convention CenterRaleigh, North Carolina, USA23 – 27 October 2021 For more information: ABSA Annual Biosafety and Biosecurity Conference (absaconference.org) A
July 15, 2019

IFBA Virtual Conference 2021

“A Vision of Tomorrow” – Save the Date 2-4 November 2021 For more information: https://internationalbiosafety.org/ifba-virtual-conference-2021-save-the-date/

About us

The Biorisk Association of Singapore, a non-profit organization, was founded in 2010 with the aim of fostering collaboration among persons involved in any form of biological safety and security.Through forums, seminars, workshops, and small group discussions we aim to increase awareness and spread knowledge about biorisks that we face in our professional and personal lives.