South African Biorisk Association (SABA)
The IFBA is pleased to feature a different Member of our organization each month. “Get to Know our Members” serves to highlight the activities of our regional and national associations, allowing individuals to get to know others in our global biosafety community. Members are picked randomly each month to ensure equitable representation.
The South African Biorisk Association, or SABA, was established in 2011 as a non-profit, non-governmental body to promote laboratory biosafety and biosecurity in South Africa. SABA membership includes professionals in the biological sciences from various fraternities but also corporate members that offer services related to laboratory biosafety in South Africa. The long term vision for SABA is to create a body that facilitates opportunities in laboratory biosafety and biosecurity, but also provide a forum for professionals to engage and network in the field. For further details please see visit their website at www.sabioriskassociation.org