[ US /ˌbaɪoʊˈhæzɝd/ ]
  1. any bacterium or virus or toxin that could be used in biological warfare
  2. hazard to humans or the environment resulting from biological agents or conditions
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How To Use biohazard In A Sentence

  • The viral solutions would survive the UV lights only because he would seal the syringes in an opaque biohazard container before leaving.
  • The claim that ground beef is a biohazard is bolstered with frightening tales of E. coli.
  • This disease is classified as a biohazard, level III, the same as Anthrax -- just below level IV, which is Ebola. Undefined
  • In the years since the attacks, postal officials have equipped more than 270 processing and distribution centers with sensors that “sniff” the air around virtually every piece of incoming mail to detect deadly biohazards. The Wrong Man
  • A biohazard warning reminding personnel that blood and body fluids are potentially infectious was placed near the soap dispenser at each scrub sink.
  • Our American septic systems are underground and are designed to eliminate biohazards. Perfect plants to place over septic systems
  • The device, about the size of a home smoke detector, may be used to detect biohazards, such as anthrax.
  • Second, the act bars access to or possession of biohazards by what are termed ‘restricted persons.’
  • But he says, ‘We've done some pretty significant work ‘with clients in handling biohazards and preparing for biohazards incidents.’
  • After vaccination, the skin should be wiped with dry sterile gauze, which is then put into a biohazard waste container.
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