EBSA gives the opportunity to view recordings of some of its previous online courses at your own pace. Content of all recordings is fully described below.

Depending on the number of recordings you are signing up for in the cost varies between 45 upto 80 euro per recording (VAT included) for members (for non-members between 55 and 120 euro per recording) , see the table below. The EBSA membership costs 40 euro for 1 year or 140 euro for 4 years.

elibraryHow does it work ?

  • You register to view on or more recordings
  • The next business day you receive an invoice that can be paid online or by bank transfer
  • The day after EBSA receives the payment you get an email with information on accessing the e-library course(s) material
  • When registering
    • for less than 3 recordings you get access during 3 months
    • up to 9 recordings you get access during 6 months
    • for all recordings you get access during 1 year, including new e-library course recordings posted during that year.

Register now for the EBSA e-library

Number of recordings selected member price per recording Total member price Non-member price per recording Total non-member price
1 80,00 € 80,00 € 120,00 € 120,00 €
2 80,00 € 160,00 € 110,00 € 220,00 €
3 70,00 € 210,00 € 90,00 € 270,00 €
4 70,00 € 280,00 € 80,00 € 320,00 €
5 70,00 € 350,00 € 80,00 € 400,00 €
6 70,00 € 420,00 € 80,00 € 480,00 €
7 70,00 € 490,00 € 80,00 € 560,00 €
8 70,00 € 560,00 € 75,00 € 600,00 €
9 70,00 € 630,00 € 75,00 € 675,00 €
10 (*) 45,00 € 450,00 € 55,00 € 550,00 €

All prices are including 21% VAT (Reverse Charge rule can be applied)

(*) 1-year access to all online recordings in the e-library, also new uploaded recordings will be accessible.
New online recordings are only available at least 6 months after running the course and where the course instructor approves the upload.

Register now for the EBSA e-library


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    13 June 2023

    Managing infectious aerosols in a laboratory setting: Lessons learned from COVID-19

    The types of equipment to generate and measure aerosols will be described as will a review of information used to inform risk assessments for the generation and spread of aerosols.

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    13 June 2023

    Biological Risk Assessment – How safe are we in our labs if we apply the risk based approach according to the new WHO Biosafety Manual?

    In this webinar these and other questions will be addressed by using the risk based approach of the new WHO biosafety manual. 

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    13 June 2023

    Biosafety Culture

    Instructors: Jan Piet Tijssen & Cathy Bakker

    This course intends to inspire you. To convince you that safety not only pays (for you and the company), but also is fun and moreover a serious profession.

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    13 June 2023

    Bloodborne pathogens in the lab: minimize exposure & prevent infection

    Instructor: Dana Brehar-Cioflec
    Moderator: Ruth Knorr

    This course will provide an overview on the main aspects of working safely with blood and blood containing materials in various types of laboratories (diagnostic, research, etc.).

    Prevention of laboratory infections involving bloodborne pathogens will be addressed with focus on general and specific prevention measures, materials and equipment, as well as health monitoring.

    Brief exercises will be included to highlight the discussed aspects.

    International and European regulations and recommendations will be highlighted and relevant references and links will be provided.

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    13 June 2023

    Disinfection and Sterilization

    This course is an introduction to the subject. It describes the most commonly used chemical and physical methods, with an emphasis on the important criteria to be assessed in choosing an approach and verifying its effectiveness.

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    13 June 2023

    Introduction to vaccinology

    Instructor: Gideon Kersten

    The course gives insight in the exciting field of vaccinology. The relevance of vaccines does not need emphasis in these days. But how do they work? ...

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    13 June 2023

    Personal Protective Equipment

    Instructors: Ulrika Allard Bengtsson and Per Staugaard

    This course will both give a theoretical overview of the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in BSL2 and BSL3 laboratories ...

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    13 June 2023

    Auditing for maximum impact – an introduction

    Instructor: Julia Cotton

    Biosafety professionals must be able to carry out biosafety and biosecurity audits and inspections, identify failures, non-conformities, corrective actions and areas for improvement and monitor progress.

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    13 June 2023

    ISO 35001 – An introduction into the biorisk management standard

    The ISO 35001 standard on “Biorisk management for laboratories and other related organisations - is the first internationally recognized management standard to specifically address hazards associated with laboratories where biological materials are handled at all containment levels. 

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    13 June 2023

    Epidemiology - what is it and what do these numbers really mean?

    Instructor: Andreea Dobrescu

    1. Introduction to Epidemiology
    2. Summarizing Data
    3. Measures of Risk ...

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    13 June 2023

    Blended learning

    Instructors: Henrik Bregnhoj & Lawrence Dickson

    This course will give you an introductory experience with application of current digital educational technologies like production and use of power point-based videos, planning and execution of webinars, and the use of an Learning Management System