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Institution provides laundry service, uniforms, and all personal protective equipment needed free of charge to employees (1200.7, Appendix C, 5.a.)

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OHSP program is based upon hazard identification and risk assessment (1200.7, Appendix C, 3.a(1))

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Personnel training is provided as is appropriate for species used, and hazardous agents used (e.g. zoonoses, hazards, special precautions)

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Husbandry and technical staff understand and use proper personal hygiene procedures during work (e.g. work clothing, laboratory policies)

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Procedures in place for proper use, storage, and disposal of hazardous materials

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Procedures in place to provide appropriate personnel protective equipment such as masks, respirators, gowns, eye protection, boots, etc.

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Program in place for annual medical evaluation and/or questionnaire review as described in Section 4 of Appendix C of 1200.7.

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A pre-employment evaluation is offered to employees to make sure the workplace does not pose unnecessary risks (1200.7, Appendix C, 3.a(2)(a))

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Immunizations offered are appropriate (e.g. rabies, tetanus)

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Zoonosis surveillance is appropriate for species housed (e.g. Q-fever, LCMV, parasites)

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Procedures are in place for reporting and treating injuries, including bites, etc.

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Special precautions for personnel who work with primates:

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Tuberculosis screening includes all potentially exposed personnel

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Training and implementation of procedures is in place for bites and scratches, including procedures and supplies to immediately treat human exposure to C. herpesvirus

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Education is provided regarding Cercopithecine herpesvirus 1 (Herpes B) infections when susceptible primates are housed

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VI.  VETERINARY MEDICAL CARE

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Institutional arrangement is present with a veterinarian with appropriate lab animal qualifications

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Backup veterinary care has been arranged

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Veterinarian can access all animals and animal procedure areas as needed

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Emergency/weekend/holiday veterinary care of animals has been arranged

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Veterinarian oversees daily care of animals

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Veterinarian oversees disease prevention and control/quarantine program

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Veterinarian provides oversight/guidance for treatment of disease

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Veterinarian provides oversight/guidance for surgery programs and pre/post-surgical care

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Veterinarian provides oversight/guidance for anesthesia, analgesia

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Veterinarian provides oversight/guidance for euthanasia procedures

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Compliant drug control and storage procedures in place

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Visits by part-time veterinarians are documented

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