All individuals who handle live vertebrate animals under the following conditions must complete online training modules through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI).
These individuals must complete the “Working with the IACUC” Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) training module.
The IACUC chair and/or attending veterinarian should be consulted for recommendations of additional training modules needed for work with specific species and/or responsible conduct of research. For example, “Working with Rats in Research Settings” or “Working with Zebrafish in Research Settings”.
To register for the first time through Regis, enter “Regis College” in the “Select Your Organization Affiliation” box. Follow the subsequent prompts to set yourself up as a learner.
Once the required trainings are completed send a copy of the completion report to the IACUC chair.
All health forms must be completed prior to handling of live animals. All individuals who handle live vertebrate animals under the following conditions must complete the Animal Handler Health Documentation and submit this documentation to Health Services.
Should an injury or illness resulting from animal handling activity occur, you must complete an Animal Handler Health Form–Injury Report.
All forms must be submitted to Regis College Health Services. A copy of the certification page indicating that the handler is able to begin lab work should be forwarded to the IACUC chair digitally and in hard copy.