Forms

The CM-LAF has a number of forms to cover common circumstances in a lab animal environment.  They include everything from animal care and movement to administrative services.

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Purchasing

Purchasing Templates to use as a guide

Veterinary

All secondary chemical containers of hazardous materials, including wash bottles, stock solutions, carboys, etc., must now have GHS labels attached in order to be considered in compliance with OSHA regulations

  • 1/4/18
    This report must be used to monitor and record any USDA covered species during anesthesia and the recovery period.
  • 6/7/16
    These stickers can be printed on Avery 5352 mailing label stock for use on F/Air or Enviropure Canisters
  • 1/4/18
    This report must be used to monitor any mouse or rat during anesthetic recovery.
  • 12/14/15
    This report must be used to record requisite statistics related to the breeding of laboratory animals.
  • 12/14/15
    This form must be used when requesting drugs or other veterinary supplies from the LAF. Controlled drug requests must be signed by the PI or department head.
  • 1/4/18
    This report must be used to monitor and record any frog’s health during anesthesia and the recovery period.
  • 12/14/15
    This reference will assist you in assessing the health condition of a mouse.
  • 1/27/20
    When experimental conditions are expected to lead to acute changes in an animal’s health a chart similar to this template should be developed to track such changes. This form should specify an action plan when severe conditions are noted.
  • 1/2/18
    This log is to be used and posted in the Animal Holding Room whenever PI Staff feeds or waters their own animals.  This includes occasions when food or water are restricted or deprived as well as times when special diets or water are offered.

Husbandry Services

UB Card Access

  • 12/14/15
    Use this form to request card access to any of the LAF facilities.
  • 12/14/15
    Use this form to request a room key to access your room after hours.

Occupational Health Monitoring Program