Occupational Health Enrollment
The Occupational Health Program is designed to provide preventative medical services and occupational risk assessment education to research faculty and staff in direct contact with live vertebrate animals, body fluids and tissues, wastes, or contaminated living quarters. The Occupational Health manual is intended to address employee risks of illness and injury associated with the care and use of animals in research. The OHP has been developed in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety in the Care and Use of Research Animals document prepared by the National Research Council (NRC), the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources [ILAR]), the Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories [CDC, NIH], and the USA Biosafety Manual and Exposure Control Plan.
The Occupational Health Program Enrollment process
- To enroll in the OHP, the employee will visit the OHP Enrollment Site.
- Download the Animal Allergies material. Please read the material and then acknowledge that you have read the information by checking the "Yes" box.
- On the next screen is the Purpose and Privacy statements for the OHP. Please read the information before continuing and then click Next.
- Follow the instructions and fill in all applicable and required fields.
- Once you have completed the Occupational Initial Health Screening form, click Submit.
- After your initial screening questionnaire is complete and submitted through REDCap, the form is routed to the Industrial Health provider and then a paper-based review is completed by the provider. If you are medically cleared with no restrictions, an email is generated and sent to you and your laboratory supervisor. If you are not medically cleared, an email is generated to you, requesting that you call the providers office to schedule an appointment.
If you have any questions about the enrollment process, please contact the IACUC office at (251) 341-4913.
The USA Industrial Health Clinic is located off campus.
Weekdays 7:30 am - 5:00 pm
Telephone: (251) 660-5910