Jonathan Richmond, PhD
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Safety Guidelines
1. Richmond, JY (Ed), Anthologies of Biosafety, XI. Worker Health and Safety Issues, American Biological Safety Association, Mundeleen, IL, 2008.

2. Richmond, JY, Achieving a “Biosafety Culture” in Biomedical Laboratories, in JY Richmond (Ed), Anthologies of Biosafety, XI. Worker Health and Safety Issues, pp169-182, American Biological Safety Association, Mundeleen, IL, 2008. 

3. Richmond, JY (Contributing Editor), Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories, 5th edition, http://www.cdc.gov/od/ohs/biosfty/bmbl5/bmbl5toc.htm, 2007  

4. WHO Expert Committee on Biological Standardization, WHO biosafety risk assessment and guidelines for the production and quality control of human influenza pandemic viruses, Annex 5, WHO, Geneva, 2006. 

5. Heifets, LB and Richmond, JY, Modern Biological Safety Standards in Tuberculosis Diagnostic (Clinical) Laboratories in JY Richmond (Ed), Anthologies of Biosafety: IX. Exploring the Performance Envelope for BSL-3 and BSL-4 Laboratories, pp 155-166, American Biological Safety Association, Mundeleen, IL, 2006. 

6. Richmond, JY and Previsani, N, Toward Global Biosafety Harmonization, in JY Richmond (Ed), Anthologies of Biosafety, VIII. Evolving Issues in Containment, pp 1-13, American Biological Safety Association, Mundeleen, IL, 2005.  

7. Nolte, KB, Taylor, DG and Richmond, JY.  Biosafety Considerations for Autopsy, AM J Forensic Medicine and Pathology, 23(2): 107-122, 2002. 

8. Richmond, JY (Ed). Anthology of Biosafety, V.BSL-4 Laboratories, publication of the American Biological Safety Association (ABSA), Chicago 2002. 

9. Richmond, JY, Member of Committee on Precursor Measurements Necessary to Support Human Operations on the Surface of Mars, Safe on Mars, publication of the National Research Council, Washington, DC, 2002

10. Knolte, KB, Taylor, DG and Richmond, JY. Biosafety Considerations for Autopsy, Am J Forensic Med and Path, 23(2):107-122, 2002. 

11. Richmond, JY, The US Select Agent and Laboratory registration Program, in M Dando et al (eds), Maximizing the Security and Development Benefits from the Bological and Toxin Weapons Convention, pp 259-271, 2002. 

12. Richmond, JY, Crane, J, Phillips, J and Howard, W. Biosafety in Public Health Laboratories, in Anthology of Biosafety, IV. Issues in Public Health, J.Y. Richmond (Ed), pp 197-206, publication of the American Biological Safety Association (ABSA), Chicago 2001. 

13. Nolte, KB, Taylor, DG and Richmond, JY. Autopsy Biosafety, in Anthology of Biosafety, IV. Issues in Public Health, J.Y. Richmond (Ed), pp 1-50, publication of the American Biological Safety Association (ABSA), Chicago 2001.

14. Richmond, JY and McKinney, RW (Eds), Primary Containment for Biohazards: Selection, Installation and Use of Biological Safety Cabinets, 2ndedition, CDC/NIH, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, 2000. 

15. Richmond, JY (Ed), Proceedings of the 6th National Symposium on Biosafety: Prudent Practices for the New Millennium, published by the American Biological Safety Association, Mundelein, IL, 2000 

16. Richmond, JY (Ed). Anthology of Biosafety, III: Applications of Principles, publication of the American Biological Safety Association (ABSA), Chicago 2000. 

17. Richmond, JY and McKinney, RW (Eds), Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories, 4th edition, CDC/NIH, US Government Printing Office, Washington, 1999. 

18. Richmond, JY, The 1, 2, 3's of Biosafety Levels, in Proceedings of the 5th National Symposium on Biosafety: A Rational Basis for Risk Assessment,J.Y. Richmond (Ed), pp1-17, publication of the American Biological Safety Association (ABSA), Chicago 1998.

19. Richmond, JY, Elements of Biocontainment, in Proceedings of the 5th National Symposium on Biosafety: A Rational Basis for Risk Assessment, J.Y. Richmond (Ed), pp 31-43, publication of the American Biological Safety Association (ABSA), Chicago 1998. 

20. Unlisted co-author, Fatal Cercopithecine herpesvirus 1 (B Virus) Infection Following a Mucocutaneous Exposure and Interim Recommendations for Worker Protection, MMWR 47(49):10731093, 1998 

21. Richmond, JY and Good, RC, Goals for Working Safely with Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Complex Species in Clinical, Research, and Public Health Laboratories, Request for comment, Federal Register, April 1997. 

22. Biosafety Advisory Group (WHO), Guidelines for the Safe Transport of Infectious Substances and Diagnostic Specimens, Geneva, 1997. 

23. Unlisted co-author, 42CFR Part 72, Additional Requirements for Facilities Transferring or Receiving Select Agents; Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. Federal Register, 61:29327-29333, 1996. 

24. Richmond, JY, Knudsen, RC and Good, RC, Biosafety in the Clinical Mycobacteriology Laboratory (Includes Recommendations for Packaging and Shipping Clinical Specimens and Infectious Substances), Clinics in Laboratory Medicine: Clinical Mycobacteriology, 1996. 

25. Nolte, KB, Foucar, K and Richmond, JY, Hantaviral Biosafety Issues in the Autopsy Room and Laboratory: Concerns and Recommendations, Human Pathology 27(12):1253-54, 1996. 

26. Richmond, JY, et al, Biosafety Guidelines for Personnel Engaged in the Production of Vaccines and Biological Products for Medical Use, World Health Organization, WHO/CDS/BVI/95.5, 1995.

27. Richmond, JY and McKinney, RW (Eds), Primary Containment for Biohazards: Selection, Installation and Use of Biological Safety Cabinets, CDC/NIH, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, 1995. 

28. Richmond, JY, Preface to "Laboratory Safety: Principles and Practices", 2nd edition, American Society for Microbiology, 1994. 

29. Richmond, JY, HIV biosafety: Guidelines and regulations, Chapter 22, pp 346-360 in AIDS Testing, Methodology and Management, vol 2,Schochetman, G and George, JR, Editors, Springer-Verlag, 1994. 

30. Richmond, JY, et al, Laboratory management of agents associated with hantavirus pulmonary syndrome: Interim biosafety guidelines, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 1994. (43):No. RR-7, May 13. 

31. Richmond, JY and McKinney, RW, (Eds), Biosafety in Microbiology and Microbiological Laboratories, 3rd edition, CDC/NIH, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, 1993.

32. Richmond, JY, Practices and procedures for handling materials potentially contaminated with blood, in Proceedings of a FBI International Symposium on Forensic Aspects of Latent Fingerprints, 1993. 

33. Knudsen, R, Richmond, JY, Slazyk, W, and Hannon, H, Guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the Shipment of Dried Blood Spot Specimens. Infant Screening 16: 1-3, 1993. 

34. Knudsen, RC and Richmond, JY, Etiologic Agent Shipping Regulations: Differences between Department of Transportation Docket 181G and the Public Health Service’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. ABSA Newsletter 8:11, 1993.

35. Richmond, J Y, Safe Practices and Procedures for Working with Human Blood and Other Body Fluids in Biomedical Research Laboratories. J. Clinical Immunoassay 1988;11:115-119.
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