Safe-by-Design Brochure (2019)
General brochure on Safe-by-Design
Perceptions of Safe-by-Design for biotechnology, by Kallergi, A. (2021)
In this study, multiple stakeholders were interviewed to get a view on different perspectives towards Safe-by-Design within the biotechnogy domain.
Selection of produdct-chemical substance combinations for SbD. By V. Subramanian
Ten existing products that contain chemicals of concern and are suitable to illustrate Safe-by-Design appoach have been selected.
SbD by combining risk assessment with life-cycle analysis. By V. Subramanian
This literature study gives an overview of methods that combine risk assessment and life-cycle analysis to reduce the possible chemical risks of a product at an early stage of innovation. Based on this study, a guidance document has been developed.
Biocomposite: Safe‐by‐Design for the circular economy, by TU Delft (2021)
This research investigated the risks involved in the development of a new material based on raw materials from wastewater.
Research into implementation strategies for Safe-by-Design within Dutch research institutes, by TU Delft (2021) (NL)
This report contains suggestions for tools to help researchers be aware of the safety of their projects early on. A concrete proposal is the addition of a “Safe-by-Design Risk Monitor” to the systems Dutch research institutions use to register their experiments.
Action, interaction and reflection – a Safe-by-Design educational tool for young biotechnologists, by Streekstra, K. (2021) (NL)
In this project an educational tool was developed for biotechnology students. The aim of this module is to make the students more aware of the societal consequences of biotechnological research and developments. Special attention is given to safe innovation by using Safe-by-Design.
Design for safe repair in a circular economy, by Ingemarsdotter, E. (2021)
This research shows how household appliances can be repaired in a safe and smart way. Within the circular economy it is important that all appliances are long lasting. It would helpful if people could repair their household appliances safely by themselves. This research has developed a method to map and estimate the risks of these repairs.
Safe-by-Design in Dutch research institutes, by G. Ishmeav (2019) (NL)
This research explores the requirements for supporting tools within research institutes to stimulate Safe-by-Design.
Gamification for Safe-by-Design (G4SD) within health care, by P. Roelofsma (NL)
This research describes the application of a game (gamification) to increase the safety of human-machine systems within healthcare.
Safe-by-Design in an airplane design, by R. Feith (NL)
This research describes how experts from different fields pay attention to safety already in the early design phases of an airplane.
Safe by Design. Safe self-repairs, by J. Bolanos Arriola (2019)
This research explores safe ways to have users repair devices themselves, which will increase the lifespan of these devices, stimulating a circular economy.
Models for a reflexive componant in technical research focussed on Safe-by-Design, by D. Schuurbiers (2019) (NL)
This report shows an overview of five different models which can stimulate researchers and designers to focus on safety, by highlighting questions on safety in their research.
Prepared for practice. Anticipating the societal implementation of innovation in research & development programs, by T. Sikma, P. Verhoef en J. Deuten (2019) (NL)
Examination of different ways to design and organise research and development programs to anticipate safety and societal implementation of innovations; illustrated by nine different examples.
Safe and sustainable (bio) chemistry with hydrocyanic acid, by B. Bouchaut (2019) (NL)
This research shows the pros and cons of different possibilities to increase safety in the conversion of a toxic chemical (hydrocyanic acid) according to the Safe-by-Design approach.
Inherently designed safe for a safer chemical industry, by S. Echeverri (2019) (NL)
This research describes how the management team of a chemical company can stimulate safety in the early design stages of chemical processes.
Learnings from Green Chemistry for Safe-by-Design, by D. Schuurbiers (2019) (NL)
Report on the findings of a short-term study into the emergence and influence of green chemistry as a movement within chemistry, including lessons learned for strengthening Safe-by-Design as a policy movement.
Regarding substitution of dangerous chemicals, by K. le Blansch (2019) (NL)
Perception on the substitution of dangerous chemicals against a background of thinking on ‘Safe-by-Design’.
Safe-by-Design by ‘directed evolution’, by W. Teunisse (2019) (NL)
This research describes how developers of biotechnological applications can use directed evolution to make these applications safer.
Safe-by-Design and Life Cycle Assessment for innovation, by G. Korevaar (2019) (NL)
This research describes the combined applications of Safe-by-Design and Life Cycle Assessment to analyze if there could be a negative impact on the safety and the environment in the early stages of nanomaterial development. This is illustrated by using a process that applies nanometer scale materials.
Dealing with risks of biotechnology: understanding the potential of Safe-by-Design, by Z. Robaey (2018)
Overview of possibilities and challenges regarding the concept of Safe-by-Design to control the risks of genetically modified organisms for humans and ecosystems.
Learnings from Safer Chemicals for Safe-by-Design, by D. Schuurbiers (2018) (NL)
Overview of Safer Chemicals initiatives (a safer use, management, design and substitution of chemicals) and the lessons learned for Safe-by-Design.
Consiously dealing with safety: Safety at the Start (NL)
This chapter of the e-magazine 'Consiously dealing with safety' addresses Safe-by-Design, in other words ‘Safety at the Start’. During the design phase of new technologies, materials and products, safety and sustainability should play an important role.
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