Research biological agents

Stoffenmanager® BioRisk

The new qualitative risk assessment tool for biological agents, is the first and only model on the market and now available!
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, more attention has been paid to the health risks posed by biological agents. It is estimated that transmittable diseases alone will cause 310,000 work-related deaths worldwide by 2021. Currently, the minimum exposure requirements for biological agents in work situations are set according to the European Directive “2000/54/EC”, but there is still no standard for its assessment. This often makes it challenging for occupational health and safety professionals to assess exposure to biological agents. In addition, resources for hazard identification, risk assessment and implementation of control measures for biological agents are scarce. With Stoffenmanager® BioRisk, occupational health professionals get the tools and necessary knowledge to easily assess exposure to biological agents.”

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We will start Consultancy Biological Agents from January 1, 2024

Dr. ir. Henri Heussen, CTO Stoffenmanager®

Consultancy for BioRisk

That is why Stoffenmanager®, in close collaboration with an international scientific consortium (IRSST- Canada, Lisbon School of Health Technology /Polytechnic Institute of Lisbon; NFA - Denmark and AEHI, -Spain), is developing a new qualitative risk assessment tool for exposure to biological agents. This is as a valuable addition for companies. During the project, we extensively tested the developed bioaerosol inhalation algorithm in multiple realistic workplace scenarios with companies and the consortium members. The tests have been done in various sectors, including : Waste Disposal, Wastewater, Pharmaceutical, Food Industry, Forestry/Agronomy, Husbandry, Health Care, Quality Assurance Laboratories and Sawmills.

After the successful results of the Pilot, we are ready to start Consultancy on Biological Agents from 1st of January 2024. Interested? Ask for more information!