Additional ULAM Hazard Containment for Rodents Workshop Sessions Now Available

March 29, 2017

Black laboratory mouseAs of Tuesday, February 28, 2017, the Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC) now requires that all personnel working with rodents administered a substance that poses a human health hazard, as determined during review and approval of the associated animal use protocol, complete ULAM-10055 ULAM Hazard Containment for Rodents Workshop.

The workshop provides demonstration and hands-on practice of required procedures and techniques, including topics such as:

  • Use of Biosafety Cabinet,
  • Carcass labeling and disposal,
  • Management of infectious or chemical hazard spills, and
  • Proper cage transport and disposal.

As a courtesy to all who may be affected by this new requirement, the ULAM Training Core is pleased to offer assistance with workshop enrollment. Two options are available for enrollment:

  1. To self-enroll, log in to MLearning ( Scroll down to your Learning Plan and register for an upcoming session. Please note: seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  2. If you would like assistance with enrolling in the workshop, or have additional questions about this training, please contact the ULAM Training Core at or call (734) 763-8039.