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The National Biological Standards Board (NBSB) is a non-departmental public body (NDPB) of the UK government, established, in 1975, as a Statutory Body by Act of Parliament. The Board is responsible for safeguarding and advancing public health by assuring the quality and safety of biologicals, through its management of the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC).
 
The National Biological Standards Board (NBSB) is a non-departmental public body (NDPB) of the UK government, established, in 1975, as a Statutory Body by Act of Parliament. The Board is responsible for safeguarding and advancing public health by assuring the quality and safety of biologicals, through its management of the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC).
 
NBSB considers it essential to maintain a well balanced and clearly prioritised programme of work on the core functions of NIBSC's work.
 
Control and evaluation of biological medicines.
Development and provision of key biological standards and other
reference materials.
 
Mission-orientated research and development
  NIBSC strategic aims:
To respond to and advise on public health problems involving biologicals;
 
To provide a national scientific capacity in the field of biological medicine, and to maintain the flexibility, expertise and facilities needed to address new developments in science and medicine;
 
 
To operate, and be recognised, as a leading international authority on methods of assay such as those to quantify biological activity and to characterise and assess the safety of biologicals;
 
 
To maintain a central role in the development of the scientific basis for control and standardisation of biologicals within Europe;
 
To assist in the development of international consensus on scientific
aspects of the regulation of biological medicines and, in this respect,
work closely with the World Health Organisation;
 
 
To achieve and maintain Quality Accreditation in key areas of control
and standardisation.