Definitions for "Biohazard"
A combination of the words biological hazard. Organisms or products of organisms that present a risk to humans.
an abbreviation of biological hazard. The Breakthrough Time is the time taken in standard tests for permeation of a chemical through a protective barrier (such as a rubber glove) to be detected. Carcinogen is a chemical known or believed to cause cancer in humans. The number of known carcinogens is comparatively small, but many more chemicals are suspected to be carcinogenic. The CAS Registry number is a unique number assigned to a chemical; by the Chemical Abstracts Service. Chronic Hazard is a chemical which has the potential to cause long-term damage to health, often as a consequence of repeated or prolonged exposure to it.
A contraction of the words biological and hazard: infectious agent(s) presenting a real or potential risk to the well-being of man, other animals, or plants, either directly through infection or indirectly through disruption of the environment.
Biohazard was a band originally based out of Brooklyn, New York. They are acknowledged as one of the earliest bands to fuse hardcore punk and heavy metal with elements of hip hop music.
Biohazard is the eponymous debut album from Brooklyn hardcore punk band Biohazard.
Keywords:  indicia, bulk, mail
Bulk mail indicia
Keywords:  materials, see
(See Biohazardous Materials)