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George Babcock, Head WizardNatalie Mays, Queen BeeChieko Azuma, Chinchilla WranglerLindaBrovarney,MousketeerCynthia Pekow, Chief of Chocolate Consumption
F Groupa Pedagogical Department ofPhlogistenUniversity
Goal
IACUC members completing this module will develop an understanding of the value of facility inspections as part of a high quality program of animal care and use
Objectives: Upon completion of this module, participants will be able to:
1. Provideexamples of animal welfare and health concerns that may be discovered and describe how you would addressthese concerns2. Describe regulatory requirements for facility inspection, to includeA. ParticipantsB. Frequency of inspections, sites includedC. Reporting requirements3. Differentiate Significant versus Minor deficiencies4. Indicate different component areas of facilities and concerns related to these areas5. Identify occupational health and safety concerns
Bring questions for a 15 minute group discussion.
Watch this before proceeding with the training:Link to NJABRpresentation -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnUOp2svQRY
Describe the differences between these two animals
Use this reference:Guide for the Care and Use of LaboratoryAnimalsPage 75, Population Management
What is wrong with this picture?
As a team, find the resources to answer these questions
References:Animal WelfareActRegulationsSection 2.31 (c) (3)Public Health Service PolicySection: Semiannual Program Reviews and Facility InspectionsDescribe regulatory requirements for facility inspection, to includeA.Participants: how many and who are they?B. Frequency of inspections, sites includedC.Facility inspection findings are reported to whom?
OLAW definition:OLAWE2. How does the IACUC distinguish between significant and minor deficiencies?USDA definition concurs.SignificantDeficiency:Isor may be a threat to the health or safety of animals.Minor Deficiency:A problem for which an immediate solution is not necessary to protect life or prevent distress.
C. Animal room drain.
B. Frayedcord in activeusewithalarge animal respiratory ventilator.
A. Animalfacility emergencyshower.
Significant?
Today is Saturday the 7th. What concerns do you have?
What is wrong with this picture?
A veterinary technician faints while working in animal surgery, and stumbles into the sharps box. Discuss what occupational health concerns must be addressed
When you see this during a facility inspection, what are your concerns and how would you address them?
When you see this during a facility inspection, what are your concerns and how would you address them?
When you see this during a facility inspection, what are your concerns and how would you address them?
When you see this during a facility inspection, what are your concerns and how would you address them?
When you see this during a facility inspection, what are your concerns and how would you address them?
When you see this during a facility inspection, what are your concerns and how would you address them?
A) 1B) 2C) 3D) 4
PhlogistenUniversityhas a PHS assurance, and uses USDA covered species.What is the minimum number of IACUC members required to participate in their facility inspections?
IACUC administratorInstitution’s legal counselResearch technicianClinical veterinarianVivarium supervisorPrincipal investigatorBiosafety officerIndustrial hygienist
Attending veterinarianIACUC ChairScientist IACUC memberNonaffiliated memberNonscientist memberCage-wash technicianAnimal Care TechnicianInstitutional OfficialAnimal Rights Activist
Assemble your Dream Team for facility inspection... Who would you choose and why?Examples include:
Identify 3 different areas of focus when inspecting these sites
1. Animal housing room2. Cage wash3. Necropsy4. Feed storage5. Survival surgery6. Loading dock
7. Transport vehicles8. Carcass storage9. Procedure room10. Cage and equipment storage
That’s all for now, folks!
PLACE HOLDERSlides that appear after this have not yet been incorporated into the program
Are there health or welfare concerns?
What is the potential animal health or welfare concern?
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You see this man dumping dirty rodent cages in the cage-wash area. What might be the reasons he would wear this PPE?
What are the concerns with storing monkey chow in this refrigerator?
What do these numbers mean on a feed bag? Why are they important to animal welfare and health?

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ICARE Training Module_ Facility Inspection - grants.nih.gov