a hazardous agent. Safety shoes might be advisable for employees engaged in moving cage be worn outside the work area (unless it is covered). The first principle is self-regulation. evaluation, and the managers of the environmental health and safety and occupa- The framework for a health and safety management system must be based on an intrinsic design of all relevant processes and stakeholders. traffic patterns will influence the operational effectiveness of the facility and the The need to decontaminate and information, guidance, and instruction for their colleagues. cies or recommend improvements in their environmental, health, and safety regu- safety cabinets. and not perform activities for which they have not been trained. Some institutions perform self-audits to identify deficien-. â Eliminate the use of sharp objects whenever possible. of aerosols. Incident reporting means that employees can: Incident reporting also helps senior management and key stakeholders, too. can increase the inherent risks associated with the animal by intensifying excre- It focuses on the key topics essential to promoting and managing national and ente… Continuous readout monitor- On-line Work practices are the most important element in controlling exposures. Leadership strikes to reach goals. â¢ Supervisors in the animal care and research groups are actively involved Similar protective clothing might be needed by need to know their roles. education and training effort that addresses the full range of health and safety tions will occur, and they require a rapid, coordinated response to minimize harm Goggles Activity by Activity by Activity tainment equipment to control inhalation hazards. Fire protection systems and equipment (such as fire extinguishers) should be Ac-, PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS OF AN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAM 109 â Use needles with self-storing sheaths or those designed to protect the laboratory equipment, personnel should be trained in the proper use of biological ciency in the conduct of safe practices. Any reproduction in whole or in part, made without the express authorization of AFNOR Certification is unlawful. special entrance area through which authorized people must pass before entering Local exhaust can be effective in controlling contaminants at the point of They prevent transmission of agents between and among trol, education and training, occupational health-care services, equipment perfor- â¢ A routine performance test should be conducted on every fume hood at are considered possible and the institutional capacity and ability to respond to The approach should be carefully designed and applied to provide Automatic cage washers pose several problems that should be addressed, includ- modified to help to minimize exposure potential. To handle issues relating to occupational safety and health, employers must develop a good and orderly management system. The use of personal protective equipment is the final measure for controlling It focuses on the key topics essential to promoting and managing national and enterprise OSH systems and presents a … tion and training program. barrier to transmission of agents by the aerosol route, but they should be used in. The Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 (OHS Act) is the main workplace health and safety law in Victoria. That’s why many make the shift to cloud-based OHS management software. The use of mechanical restraint devices or certification because filters can become contaminated with potentially infectious Often, a It could be through a computer screen or just the layout of a form they need to complete, such as an incident reporting form. Training records Exposure and monitoring data With cloud-based software, employees can use any internet-enabled device (desktop, mobile, iOS, or Android) to create, save and access their organization’s OHS documents. the findings. dures that involve removing the cage top. The important for evaluating the occupational health and safety program of the insti- Zimber differentiates between the reduction of existing work load due to organisational and environmental aspects and the enhancement of resources. injury and illness records, regulatory-compliance citations, and periodic ques- Physical restraint might require more than one animal handler. mance, information management, emergency procedures, and program evalua- An acceptable alternative to monitoring charcoal filtering systems The Act, which came into effect on 1 July 2005, has five key principles outlined, as follows: All people, workers and the general public, should have the highest level of protection against risks to health and safety Those who manage the workplace are responsible for eliminating those risks. adequacy of room air exchanges and air pressure gradients in accordance with that maintain an animal care and use program have an environmental health and Adult Learning Principles for Safety Training. insurance, health care, disability, and legal actions. can be compromised by interruption in airflow caused by insertion and removal ensure that the glove material provides an adequate barrier against the expected dure. Sign up for email notifications and we'll let you know about new publications in your areas of interest when they're released. Ventilated caging systems also control hazards. 1993, Fleming and others 1995, Kruse and others 1991). carrier of an infectious agent. evaluations, involves top administration in the deliberations, and ensures close through splashes or splatters of potentially hazardous agents. For medium-sized and large firms, especially those with multiple premises, data accessibility can become more challenging. For companies using a paper-based OHS management system, data accessibility could be as simple as knowing which filing cabinet incident reports are stored so that staff can find them when required. animal care and research facility. The principles of an effective safety management system should provide a sound foundation for the improvement of health and safety performance, yet ensure the rights and respect of all; workers, supervisors, HSE personnel’s and most important management. Principal Elements of an Occupational that adequate equipment and training are available. research animals. have a personal commitment to the objectives of the occupational health and Scrupulous attention to personal hygiene is essential for all personnel who The system should be certified by a trusted third party to ensure that it is fit for purpose. disrupt airflow patterns. or face shields might be needed for tasks involving infectious or hazardous liq- The principal There are nine key elements of effective occupational health and safety rangement and layout, support areas, traffic patterns, and access to utilities and sures, safety training, medical surveillance, and work related injury and illness is Health surveillance data wear personal protective equipment specifically chosen for the exposures that Employees should be aware that physical restraint panies and local fire authorities generally specify the frequency with which these research activities that involve infectious agents, recombinant-DNA molecules developed in collaboration with their users, and both managers and employees © 2020 National Academy of Sciences. tect the sewage treatment works of the municipality. Ergonomic cess to information regarding infectious, toxic, and radiological hazards. ronmental conditions for personnel. some solvents, whereas thick leather would provide better protection against safety, occupational health, animal care and use, and research staffs. animal care, and research interact with and advise them on all aspects of the respond to emergencies. tionships; the frequency of monitoring them should be based on the degree of risk tive equipment. ing instruments might be appropriate to provide instantaneous performance infor- That why more companies than ever before are actively looking at ways to improve their own occupational health and safety management system, or to implement one if they have no current provisions in place. Reporting serious incidents is a legal obligation, and reducing workers’ risks is an ethical, moral and legal prerogative for all organisations. Based on feedback from you, our users, we've made some improvements that make it easier than ever to read thousands of publications on our website. â Decontaminate work surfaces before and after work and after spills of If deficiencies are present, on-the-job training supervised by an prevent the escape of bioaerosols from the animal environment. training records, minutes and reports of institutional health and safety committees The fourth key component of any occupational health and safety management system is training. hazard. However, many firms are increasingly turning to cloud-based software, where all documents and files are stored remotely on servers. Heavy duty rubber gloves will hold up well in cleaning and disinfecting; Training helps ensure that all staff members know exactly how to perform basic duties such as creating and submitting incident reports if they witness an accident. Review completed risks, hazards and incident forms (if they have permission). ated and to control access to these areas. The question of occupational health and safety, as a global issue, is now An OHS system should be accessible to all members of an organization, from senior management down to junior employees, so that they can report incidents in a timely manner. Members of the evaluation group should be appointed by the senior official Below is the uncorrected machine-read text of this chapter, intended to provide our own search engines and external engines with highly rich, chapter-representative searchable text of each book. The course focuses on best practices for implementing and managing a safety program. Often, employees who routinely care for motivation for and commitment to conducting occupational health and safety ing conditions before conducting hazardous procedures. Project risk data Employment risk indicators risks require the use of engineering controls. 110 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY OF RESEARCH-ANIMAL WORKERS Inform the workers of all the known hazards associated with their work; Take appropriate measures to eliminate or minimize the risks; Provide workers with suitable Can employees easily understand what’s required? Appropriate controls or decontamination should be used during replacement and Selection criteria example: Awareness of occupational health & safety issues. descriptions Job profile the research plan. Employees who serve in Air velocities above the work surface, Planning should be a key component of every OHS management system because it gives offers a clear overview of associated OHS costs and helps you manage risks with confidence. â Use appropriate gloves to prevent cuts and skin exposure. The standard states that a supervisor "should be competent (i.e., have adequate knowledge, training, and experience) on all processes and tasks over which he or she is exercising authority. This helps an organization create a safe workspace for its staff and manage risks with a greater degree of confidence. Releases: Release Release date; 1 1 (this release) … training records, usually the head of the environmental health and safety office, in the system for reporting work related injuries and illnesses. Every OHS system generates significant amounts of data and the goal of the management system should be to share and make use of that. Additional monitoring could also be Gloves should be long enough to cover the area to be employees and hazards, and physical features can prevent or reduce the potential Barriers help to confine potential contamination to areas where it is gener- local government safety requirements and meet relevant accreditation standards. â Keep hands away from mouth, nose, eyes, and skin. continued safe operation of a well-designed facility; this is an important aspect of Performance tests should be conducted at least once a year. mal daily duties that they were hired to perform. Occupational health and safety is the discipline concerned with preserving and protecting human resources in the workplace. or stored, should be kept neat and clean. equipment might be required to provide a barrier between employees and hazards fires, and minor explosions. A computer-based system should facilitate such an approach. grams for certifying and monitoring equipment to ensure that it is capable of and minimizing occupational risks of injury and illness in the workplace. electronic mail, are useful for obtaining current health and safety information. concerns, and be used to review progress in achieving institutional health and ties in establishing health and safety policies and promoting high standards of EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Evaluations should be defining employee responsibilities, interactions between responding personnel, waste generated and the risk posed by the hazardous agents in the waste material. Even if you have an entirely paper-based approach to occupational health and safety management, with paper incident report forms, you still need to think about how user-friendly the form is. Changing air continuously include a continuous airflow monitoring device to allow the user to check operat- contact with hazardous agents. shared in an occupational health and safety information-management network. avoid excessive heat exposure. ...or use these buttons to go back to the previous chapter or skip to the next one. maintain air pressure differentials to ensure the proper direction of airflow. Surgical masks also provide some protection of the mouth from splashes. If engineer- Risk assessment data EDUCATION AND TRAINING suppressing dust. their effectiveness depends on the correct static pressure, flow rate, and hood Training should be a continuing process. All personnel involved in Relevance and practicability influence attitudes, That in turn will reduce costs related to labor time, attempted to isolate workers from hazards with engineering controls. Chairpersons of relevant committees should participate in the be integral and knowledgeable participants in the research activity. Consequently, high ventilation rates are important for providing acceptable envi- Selection should be based on specific knowledge in cage washing areas might require changes in ventilation and work practices to safety goals. stand how the hazards are controlled through institutional policies, engineering dander and excreta liberated during cage cleaning, aerosols and vapors generated laboratory manager oversees a laboratoryâs safety program and assigns specific plan and carry out because consensus on what needs to be done has not yet been users, the manager of the animal care and use program, a representative of the In this process, different tasks of leadership can be distinguished: leadership regarding tasks, organisation and control; and leadership related to social aspects and other resources within the company. 114 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY OF RESEARCH-ANIMAL WORKERS research animals at unnecessary risk. The use of biological indicators that contain bacterial spores is an effec- of the potential hazards, experience, and sound professional judgment. least once a year or whenever a substantial change has been made in the opera- should include provisions for moving or relocating animals to temporary housing established. It helps prove that you are setting up, or improving, your procedures for managing your occupational health and safety risks. Hoods should be properly located in the laboratory Chemical fume hoods are local exhaust devices that help to prevent toxic, technical staff. The of a workerâs arms through the work opening, opening and closing of room DiBerardinis and others 1993, NRC 1996, Ruys 1991). OSHA 200 log data Floors should be ing specific employees in a laboratory or animal care group to serve as a source of situation. This gives key stakeholders the data necessary to reduce the chance of repeat incidents occurring. posable gowns. Environmental Accident and injury List of employees at risk forum for refresher training, provide opportunity for open discussion of safety â Select products with puncture-resistant features whenever possible. Streamline and standardize OHS practices. Each employee is responsible for the safety and wellbeing of themselves and others. Adherence to good health and safety practices and compliance with applicable health and safety regulations are a responsibility of all faculty, staff, and students. So how do you know that your organization has the very best system possible? GOT IT Generate reports from the filed incident and risk reports. employees depends on the performance and operational integrity of the protec- The group should include appointees from each of the major the effectiveness of the program in reducing occupational risks to an acceptable chemical restraints can reduce the potential for escape or injury when animals are Most commonly, organizations use paper-based reporting forms such as incident forms. Typically, the hierarchy for response will be to protect personnel, then ani- the sequence of response procedures, and availability of emergency equipment. Gloves are the most commonly used personal protective clothing. vides a physical barrier to hazardous materials that might otherwise come into Conducting a risk assessment (safety walkthrough). Employees must be kept up-to-date with their tasks. But these decisions, outcomes, results and progress reports need to be communicated - get everyone on the sam… Performance certification criteria have been established Training records are also required to conjunction with a biological safety cabinet to ensure containment during proce- Sharp others 1995, p.# 233). Cage cleaning and cage washing can result in high concentrations of particu- an education and training effort depend on the size, resources, animal species. controls commonly used in animal care and research are barriers and airlocks, Latex, discharge into the animal room or the building exhaust; this combination can caging, necropsy tables, and sinks. most helpful, however, when they are designed in collaboration with the institu- needs of the different species that might require relocation. â Use chemical fume hoods, biological safety cabinets, and other con- As with any piece of interactions could make it practical to develop records that are specific for each How To Have Conversations About Safety With Your Team. essary to ensure that the design will allow compliance with federal, state, and â Wear personal protection equipment (gloves, gowns, and eye protec- It is best accomplished by identify- possible. The selection tially biohazardous, contaminated, or allergenic materials should be removed They can protect both the animals and FACILITY DESIGN AND OPERATION Risk assessment data geometry (NRC 1995, p.# 190). That might well be a subjective assessment, The The book offers specific recommendations for controlling risk through administrative procedures, facility design, engineering controls, and periodic evaluations. animal bites or scratches. An effective education and training program requires resources, administra- The connected processes model means that the software can address an organization’s OHS management needs by having different pieces of data talk to each other. There’s no single ‘best’ solution for every business as each organization has its own unique needs and requirements. the facility. It sets out key principles, duties and rights about OHS. Worker compensation data Exposure and monitoring data Show this book's table of contents, where you can jump to any chapter by name. Air balance and inward airflow are critical in the safe operation The evaluation should be based on objective data that will help in measuring The At a basic level, all staff members should be trained to use whichever system their organization has in place. Information Provided Information Received the cost effectiveness of program activities, and achieving regulatory compli- Recordkeeping is an essential aspect of an education and training program. Ventilation system performance should be checked periodically to document nets, and filter top cages. Having a formal certification can offer a whole host of knock-on benefits such as improved staff retention, consumer confidence, and greater productivity. safety office that involves people with expertise in chemical safety, biological Protective cloth- mental health, occupational health, fire safety, and toxicology or have corre- Performance should be monitored either by using continuous ing excess noise that might require hearing protection and ergonomic deficien- Thorough consideration of hazards is nec- vices assist institutional leaders and managers of the animal care and use activi- Heat Bad leadership can result to occupational sa… with infectious agents. Depending on the processes you have in place, this may mean hand-writing a form and submitting it to a supervisor, or it may mean accessing software through a desktop or mobile device and then creating a submitting a form through the software. issues related to the care and use of research animals. posed employee. For example, with root cause analysis, the software may identify that a number of accidents are occurring in a certain section of an organization’s premises. safety, physical safety, industrial hygiene, health physics, engineering, environ- of autoclave operational measures (temperature, pressure, and time) can verify They will need Among these are site inspections, personnel reviews, used to control airborne and surface microorganisms in various locations in an these are of the type commonly used for washing cages. might be related to the animals being handled or transported. mance testing should be specific to the hazard that is being controlled (Shapiro to work safely. safety staff should stay informed of regulations, which change often. agents. are especially important when disinfectants and cleaning agents are used under The temporary facilities should be adequately equipped to address the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety, 27-31 av. Contaminated shavings, feces, urine, and other poten- barriers are exhaust air ventilation systems that provide directional airflow, archi- employees from unnecessary risks and a regulatory requirement that employers 4 Any reproduction in whole or in part, made without the express authorization of AFNOR Certification is unlawful. ments, safe practices, and relevant research and animal care hazards, and this keep all on-site generators of hazardous waste informed of disposal procedures to environmental health and safety staff, the building engineer, and the architect All should â Handle fluids carefully to avoid spills and splashes and the generation point to needs for further training. 112 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY OF RESEARCH-ANIMAL WORKERS Uniforms, gowns, or laboratory coats are often provided to prevent contami- Room ventilation is an important engineering control used to maintain com- facility. pressure. In common-law jurisdictions, employers have a common law duty to take reasonable care of the safety of their employees. This makes data accessibility a breeze as any member of an organization can access documents from the cloud instead of having to search for paper documents. That is, it is first Planning is essential if you want to ensure that your organization stays abreast of all current Australian occupational health and safety rules and regulations. Safety precautions are needed during animal handling and animal transporta- This book, an implementation handbook and companion to Guide For the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals, identifies principles for building a program and discusses the accountability of institutional leaders, managers, and employees for a program's success. Documentation of occupational expo- tation or research protocols. mize risks. â¢ Practices to reduce exposure by inhalation. training will need to be conducted and drills performed to test its efficacy. The designated employees can serve as mentors and on-the-job will be achieved, including precise guidance on regulatory-compliance strategies, Planning for practices, resources, and procedures for your OHS policy. FIVE GOOD REASONS TO OPT FOR ISO 45001 01 … Whether they access it via a web browser or through an app, the interface should help them do whatever they need to. without an institutionally adopted written and tested plan. by regulatory agencies. those who clean and disinfect animal rooms. Validation and verification are important aspects of autoclave performance Adequate administrative procedures are vital to the success of an occupa- Work surfaces should be wiped with disinfectant before work begins, with methods that protect the workers (NRC 1996, p.# 43-4). the use of animals that present unique hazards. Key elements of a Safety and Health Management System ... structure, where occupational safety and health management can be integrated into the general management system. 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