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Safety & Health for Animal Users 2020 is a Course

Safety & Health for Animal Users 2020

Jun 1 - Jul 1, 2020

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Full course description

 

Course Introduction

This training covers how to minimise exposure to animal allergens and is for all persons with direct contact with animals, tissues, or animal by-products held within Indiana University facilities and all animal facility personnel.

Participants include: 

  • Principal Investigators, 
  • Research Staff, 
  • Animal Care Staff, 
  • Veterinarians, 
  • Students Conducting Animal Research for Academic Projects, and  
  • Other persons needing access into animal facilities. 

Training is required initially and then every 3 years during protocol review.

Learning Outcomes

After completing the module, you will be able to:

  • Know how to minimise exposure to animal allergens when working with and around animals
  • Pass the quiz

Module Topics Include

  • Laboratory Animal Allergy (LAA) Causes
  • Routes of Exposure
  • Symptoms And Reporting Symptoms
  • Who is at increased risk
  • High Exposure Activities
  • Methods to Prevent Exposure

Course Creator 

IU Environmental Health and Safety

 
Length: 15 minutes

 
Department: 
IU Environmental Health and Safety

 
Credit: Certificate (expires 3 years from certificate date)

 
Audience: All persons with direct contact with animals, tissues, or animal by-products held within Indiana University facilities and all animal facility personnel.  

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