iv.Personal Hygiene [, p. 20; pp. 4-5]
1)List routine personal protective equipment and work clothing provided for animal care personnel, technical staff, farm employees, etc. Describe arrangements for laundering work clothing.
2)Describe provisions for washing hands, showering, and changing clothes, including instances where work clothes may be worn outside the animal facility.
3)Describe policies regarding eating, drinking, and smoking in animal facilities.
v.Animal Experimentation Involving Hazards [, pp. 20-22]
1)Describe briefly institutional policies governing experimentation with hazardous biological, chemical, and physical agents, including the oversight process for the use of hazardous agents. Note: Written policies and standard operating procedures (SOPs) governing experimentation with hazardous biological, chemical, and physical agents should be available during the AAALAC site visit. If such policies and procedures are not available, please explain.
2)Describe aspects of the health and safety programme specifically for personnel potentially exposed to hazardous agents.
3)Describe safety procedures for using volatile anaesthetics and how waste anaesthetic gases are scavenged.
4)List, according to each of the categories noted below, hazardous or potentially hazardous agents currently approved to be used in animals that are or will be maintained for more than a few hours following exposure. If the hazardous agent cannot be listed by name for