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Animal Research Occupational Health & Safety Plan

Research presents risks for people who may come into contact with either wild or vivarium-housed research animals, while performing work, research or education.

These risks range from exposure to agents used during experiments, to reactions by people to the animals in use, or due to past exposures to chemicals, materials or animals.

The Animal Research Occupational Health & Safety Plan is provided by the IACUC.

Working in accordance with the Plan is required to ensure the your safety and the stability of the lab environments associated with animal research.

The Plan set of documents begins with the Overview and continues through a set of documents to be completed.

Animal Use Occupational Health and Safety Program Plan Overview (9 key concepts)

AUOHSP Acknowledgement Form (everyone completes)  

AUOHSP Occupational Health Medical Surveillance Questionnaire

Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire

The Request for Medical Clearance for Respirator Use form, the last page of Respirator Questionnaire

Occupational Health Initiative Fact Sheets

Readings to let you know which forms you need to complete to satisfy your response to the Plan.

Risk Assessment Forms (Samples for your information)                                                                                                            

(These are completed by the Technical Safety Office to determine Project Plan Risks)

Research Outreach & Compliance  (ROC)

Contact Our Office:

Deb Easterly
Assistant Vice President for Research Outreach & Compliance
Phone: (208) 282-2618
Email: eastdebb@isu.edu
 
Serving as ISU's
Research Integrity Officer
Export Control Officer   
Email: orexpctr@isu.edu
 
Physical Address:
Business and Technology Center
1651 Alvin Ricken Drive, Room 107
Pocatello, ID 83201
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