The laboratory is one of the important elements to support the development and progress of the nation as well as the country’s resilience. Life science laboratories in the health sector, for example, play an important role for identification, early detection, diagnosis, disease investigation, vaccine and drug development to improve the status of national resilience in […]

The application of the Laboratory Biorisk Management System (LBMS) needs to be based on the Indonesian National Standard, namely SNI ISO 35001:2019 regarding laboratory biorisk management systems and other related organizations which are intended to be applied to all types of organizations. The implementation of LBMS aims to protect personnel and the environment from work-related […]

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, which was first discovered at the end of 2019 and is still a fairly dangerous infectious disease. Currently worldwide, there are more than 5 41 million people who have been infected with COVID-19, and around 6 million cases were found in Indonesia with a […]

INDOHUN through the OHLN program has held a COVID-19 Laboratory Management Workshop and Introduction to the Higher Education Laboratory Network Communication Forum (PT) on Thursday, 24 February 2022. Follow up on this initiative, INDOHUN has created a platform and organized a Web Social Network Socialization activity for the Laboratory Network Communication Forum in Higher Education […]

The COVID-19 pandemic is still affecting nearly every country on the planet, including Indonesia. Laboratory capacity in terms of COVID-19 inspection capability and safety must be increased. COVID-19 testing is a necessity for certain activities as well as one of the screening strategies for discovering COVID-19 instances in the community. Since the beginning of the […]

The COVID-19 pandemic and other diseases have been increasing the threat of biological elements in our surroundings. Currently, health personnel are dealing more intensely with deadly infectious pathogens, particularly in the laboratory. The hazard of biological materials is not only harmful to the environment, but also to the laboratory staff, if these laboratory activities are […]

One Health Laboratory Network (OHLN) as a national laboratory network, continues to strive to support the development of laboratories in Indonesia. One of the important OHLN agendas is to conduct visits to various university and government laboratories in order to establish prospective collaboration in the laboratory development effort. On 5-6 July 2018, OHLN held a [...]
As the first step to develop One Health Laboratory Network, INDOHUN organized a working group meeting as the beginning of discussion to establish the One Health Laboratory Network (OHLN). The meeting held on January 26, 2017 at the Health Sciences Cluster Building University of Indonesia, Depok was attended by 9 experts both from universities and [...]
Visit to the chosen laboratory members on the initial assessment program was conducted on April – May 2017. This visit was intended to deeply assess those chosen laboratories, especially in the aspect of capacity, need and gap. Also, this visit aimed to build communication as well as to introduce OHLN programs to the faculty and [...]
Following the last coordination meeting on January 2017, INDOHUN held another meeting on July 2017 in Yogyakarta. This meeting was attended by 7 university collaboration representatives and 12 representatives from faculty of medicine and faculty of veterinary member of One Health Laboratory Network (OHLN). As the early step to introduce OHLN programs toward university authorities [...]