Planetary Biological Hazard Identification Process
Design for proposal: A process for assessing potential bio hazards of integrating life to another planet.
Create paper on the ethics and potential dangers of landing any vehicles and especially human visitation of planets. The danger of inoculating life forms in the open environment on another planet with an eye to creating an amendable regime to act as regulating law for all space exploration.

An international conference and summit should be conducted to deal with rights and uses, and provide a legal framework to coordinate future endeavors in space.
Procedures for hazardous processes identification will be specified for all future space-exploration.
Frame questions on whether the introduction of life will permanently poison a planet, rendering its environment uninhabitable.
Notably: Slime mold and penicillin are among the most robust life-forms, many of which are extraordinarily hard to eliminate from space environments and pose a nearly impossible job of abating. Slime organisms are so pervasive, forms are found in deep caves, - are sulfur based, and need no sunlight. The many organisms we may bring, may allow a few to form a supporting cycle of life.
The many possibilities need to be examined under the full scrutiny of the scientific community. This proposed Hazard ID Project is wholly necessary, preparatory work and needs to be an international effort.

Procedures for hazardous processes identification will need to be specified under international treaty for all future space-exploration where it must be seen that each environment is unique and needs to be uniquely assessed.

See Mars-Corp