A sample of the Laboratory Safety Survey Checklist form that is used by our survey team during lab surveys that can also be used for self evaluation of your lab.
Also see Lab Survey Question Explanations.
The animal use medical screening program evaluates and addresses the potential health risks of working with research animals.
Animal use medical screening (AUMS) must be offered to all faculty, staff, veterinary staff, animal husbandry staff and students who work directly with animals or unfixed animal tissues or body fluids, and to facilities and maintenance staff who enter the animal-care environment.
Lab animal allergies
Laboratory animal allergies can pose a serious health concern for those who work with or near animals. Review this focus sheet to learn more about allergies that can be acquired from laboratory animals.
The Diving Safety Program provides training and oversight to faculty, staff and students who use self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (scuba) as a tool to conduct underwater research.
Scientific diving is regulated at both the state and federal levels. The Diving Safety Program uses training, operational support and oversight to ensure compliance with these regulations. The program also meets the American Academy of Underwater Sciences (AAUS) Standards for Scientific Diving; it is a current AAUS organizational member.