Animal Occupational Health and Safety Program
Creighton University's Animal Occupational Health and Safety (AOHS) Program identifies risks and risk reduction measures for individuals who use or have exposure to animals in research or teaching at Creighton University. Risk assessment takes into consideration the animal species involved, the frequency of contact, potential exposure to hazardous agents, and performance of potentially hazardous tasks. The program is designed to prevent unnecessary hazards for those working with or around animals, and is a supplement to routine personal hygiene techniques and routine use of appropriate protective clothing/equipment.
*NOTE: All personnel working with or around animals will now be required to annually complete the Medical Questionnaire Form for Animal Exposure Risk Assessment.
- Acknowledgment Form for Receipt of Animal Occupational Health and Safety Program (AOHS Appendix A)
- Zoonotic Disease Descriptions (AOHS Appendix B)
- Animal Resource Facility Gowning and De-Gowning Fact Sheet (AOHS/SOPs Appendix C)
- Medical Questionnaire Form for Animal Exposure Risk Assessment (AOHS Appendix D)
Confidential Research Hotline (402-280-3200)
Research Personnel are expected to report any known or suspected noncompliant conduct related to research or sponsored program activities conducted and/or approved through Creighton University. The confidential Research Compliance Hotline (402-280-3200) is available for any individual who wishes to remain anonymous and/or has found other available reporting mechanisms to be ineffective. Research Personnel may also address their research compliance-related questions or concerns to Kathy Taggart, Associate Vice Provost for Research & Compliance, at 402-280-2360.