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Demographic Information. I plan to attend the 2010 ACLAM Forum. 51% (94). 49% (89). Yes. No. Which of the following BEST represents the number of years you have been practicing laboratory animal medicine?. 5% (9). 13% (24). 22% (41). 19% (36). 0 to 5 years. 6 to 10 years. 41% (76).

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slide3

Which of the following BEST represents the number of years you have been practicing laboratory animal medicine?

5%

(9)

13% (24)

22% (41)

19% (36)

0 to 5 years

6 to 10 years

41% (76)

11 to 15 years

16 to 25 years

> 25 years

slide4

Which of the following BEST describes your primary employer?

3% (6)

2% (3)

8%

(14)

53% (98)

11% (20)

Academia

24% (45)

Industry

Government

Non-profit

Consulting

Other

slide5

Which of the following species does your institution presently maintain in their animal facility?

93%

97%

78%

63%

62%

62%

10%

59%

56%

55%

44%

41%

35%

32%

29%

24%

23%

20%

15%

Rats

Mice

G Pig

Gerbils

Amphibians

Other

Hamsters

Rabbits

Dogs

Ferrets

Goats

Sheep

Birds

Fish

Cats

NPH

Cattle

Swine

rodents

Rodents

From this point forward the term “rodents” refers to mice and rats.

slide7

Does your facility house rodents

(mice and/or rats)?

3%

97%

Yes

No

slide8

Do you house rodents principally in:

23%

64%

13%

Microisolators or Isolators

Open cages (no filter top)

Substantial # of both types

slide9

Do animal care personnel use different types/ amounts of PPE to handle immunodeficient animals than when handling immunocompetent animals?

42%

58%

Yes

No

slide10

Do animal care personnel wear some form of head covering when manipulating rodents?

1%

14%

37%

49%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Only for open cages (no filter top)

Worn for all cage types

Not used for rodents

slide11

Do personnel wear foot protection such as shoe covers/dedicated shoes when manipulating rodents?

1%

12%

17%

70%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Only for open cages (no filter top)

Worn for all cage types

Not used for rodents

slide12

Do personnel wear dedicated footwear specific to the animal facility/area when manipulating rodents?

1%

5%

35%

59%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Only for open cages (no filter top)

Worn for all cage types

Not used for rodents

slide13

Do personnel who wear dedicated footwear disinfect it either before or after use when manipulating rodents?

2%

1%

24%

73%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Only for open cages (no filter top)

Done regardless of cage type

Not done for rodents

slide14

Do personnel wear dedicated clothing that completely covers arms, legs & torso when manipulating rodents?

10%

48%

42%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Worn regardless of cage type

Not worn for rodents

slide15

Do personnel wear disposable sleeve covers as auxiliary PPE to cover the area from wrist to elbow when manipulating rodents?

1%

8%

14%

77%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Only for open cages (no filter top)

Worn regardless of cage type

Not worn for rodents

slide16

Do personnel wear animal facility/area/task dedicated scrub attire not covered by a jump suit /coveralls when manipulating rodents?

2%

3%

39%

56%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Only for open cages (no filter top)

Worn regardless of cage type

Not worn for rodents

slide17

Do personnel wear animal facility/area/task dedicated scrub attire covered by a surgical gown/lab coat when manipulating rodents?

1%

10%

35%

54%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Only for open cages (no filter top)

Worn regardless of cage type

Not worn for rodents

slide18

Do personnel wear street clothes covered by a surgical gown/lab coat when manipulating rodents?

1%

3%

46%

50%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Only for open cages (no filter top)

Worn regardless of cage type

Not worn for rodents

slide19

Do personnel wear gloves when manipulating rodents?

1%

2%

97%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Worn regardless of cage type

Not worn for rodents

slide20

Do personnel handling rodents wear 2 pairs of gloves for additional protection?

6%

27%

67%

Yes

No

Only for select instances

slide21

Which best describes rationale for wearing 2 pairs of gloves?

Increased protection against rips/tears

Eliminates need to wash hands when moving from room to room

27%

51%

10%

12%

Better protection against exposure to infectious agents due to glove quality

Other

slide22

Do personnel wear safety glasses/face shields when manipulating rodents?

31%

69%

Worn regardless of cage type

Not worn for rodents

slide23

Do personnel wear any form of respiratory protection when manipulating rodents?

7%

3%

28%

62%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Only for open cages (no filter top)

Worn regardless of cage type

Not worn for rodents

slide24

Do most personnel handling rodents wear surgical masks or other type of face mask (not respirators such as N-95 mask)?

44%

56%

Yes

No

slide25

Do most personnel handling rodents wear respirators (N-95 mask) when manipulating rodents?

18%

82%

Yes

No

slide26

Do personnel that wear respirators (N-95 mask, etc) fit-tested for the respirator?

6%

94%

Yes

No

slide27

Which best describes the principal reasons for wearing respiratory PPE (any type) in facilities housing only rodents?

7%

8%

Allergen protection for wearer

Infectious agent protection for wearer

60%

14%

Protect animals from human infectious agents

Protect animal from human commensal organisms

5%

Prevent / reduce exposure to compounds / molecules for wearer

6%

Not applicable in facility

slide28

Do personnel use a foot bath containing a disinfectant to enter facility/rooms containing rodents?

1%

5%

94%

Only for open cages (no filter top)

Used regardless of cage type

Not used for rodents

slide29

Do personnel use sticky mats to remove particulates from soles of shoes before entering facility/rooms containing rodents?

3%

18%

79%

Only for microisolators/isolators

Used regardless of cage type

Not used for rodents

slide30

Are personnel required to change gloves before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

1%

7%

92%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide31

Are personnel required to change shoe covers before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

17%

45%

Change

38%

No Change out

Not applicable

slide32

Are personnel required to change disposable gown before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

29%

42%

Change

No Change out

29%

Not applicable

slide33

Are personnel required to change reusable gown before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

15%

59%

26%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide34

Are personnel required to change scrub suit before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

3%

18%

79%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide35

Are personnel required to change jumpsuit before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

3%

19%

78%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide36

Are personnel required to change disposablejumpsuit before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

19%

62%

19%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide37

Are personnel required to change lab coat before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

13%

54%

33%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide38

Are personnel required to change disposablelab coat before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

28%

48%

24%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide39

Are personnel required to change face mask before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

18%

31%

Change

51%

No Change out

Not applicable

slide40

Are personnel required to change apron before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

4%

9%

87%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide41

Are personnel required to change sleeve covers before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

19%

9%

72%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide42

Are personnel required to change eye protection before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

2%

39%

59%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide43

Are personnel required to change hearing protection before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

3%

18%

79%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide44

Are personnel required to change cap or bonnet before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains rodents?

30%

30%

40%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide45

Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing rodents

Shoe Covers

Reusable gown

Gloves

Disposable gown

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Jumpsuit

Scrub suit

Disposable Jumpsuit

slide46

Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing rodents

Disposable lab coat

Lab coat

Face mask

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Sleeve covers

Apron

slide47

Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing rodents

Hearing Protection

Eye Protection

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Cap or bonnet

slide48

Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing rodents

Shoe Covers

Gloves

Face mask

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Cap or bonnet

slide49

Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing rodents

Disposable lab coat

Reusable gown

Disposable gown

Lab coat

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Jumpsuit

Scrub suit

Disposable Jumpsuit

slide51

Do you have a bioexclusion barrier facility to house any species in your institution?

37%

63%

Yes

No

questions 31 37

Questions 31-37

Which of the following are components of YOUR bioexclusion (not biocontainment) barrier room or facility?

slide53

Components of bioexclusion barrier room/ facility.

92%

89%

87%

65%

29%

10%

Bedding – autoclaved/irradiated

All HEPA filtered air

Feed – autoclaved/irradiated

Animal H2O – disinfected

All H2O – disinfected

All HEPA filtered exhaust

slide54

Components of bioexclusion barrier room/ facility.

86%

62%

16%

7%

All equipment entering is autoclaved, chemical treated or irradiated….

All equipment exiting is autoclaved, chemical treated or irradiated….

All supplies (non-food/bedding) disinfected

All Waste is removed by autoclave, disinfection lock or vacuum

slide55

Components of bioexclusion barrier room/ facility.

78%

58%

22%

17%

Personnel completely covered by PPE

Personnel under go a complete change to clean/disinfected clothing

Wet shower taken; removing all clothing

Air shower used; with or without wet shower

slide56

Components of bioexclusion barrier room/ facility.

84%

58%

43%

34%

20%

16%

All cages cleaned/ processed in barrier

All cages cleaned/ processed outside in central area; reenters by autoclave, etc

Cages removed & cleaned/ disinfected in central area, not disinfected at reentry

Staff limited to 10 or less

No staff limits

Lock systems to prevent unauthorized entry

slide57

Components of bioexclusion barrier room/ facility.

91%

54%

46%

23%

15%

6%

2%

Animals removed can return

Only rederiv-ed animals can enter

Quaratine required before entry

Quaratine done in barrier

Animal entry requires container surfaces be disinfected

Only germ plasm allowed to reconstitute stock using barrier animals

Animals removed cannot return

slide58

Components of bioexclusion barrier room/ facility.

78%

88%

61%

50%

44%

Waste materials can exit through door exterior of the barrier

Small items can enter entry lock system during personnel entry

Maintenance personnel enter using gowning procedures & bring in needed tools, etc.

No contact outside of barrier to animals of same species, including pets

Manipulation of animals can take place within areas of the barrier

questions 38 44

Questions 38-44

If you do not have a barrier room/barrier facility, which of the following are components that you feel a barrier room or facility should have and still be practical to operate in your institution while still providing the necessary bioexclusion required by your institution’s research program?

slide60

Think should be components of barrier room/ facility and still be practical.

88%

85%

82%

92%

18%

15%

Bedding – autoclaved/irradiated

All HEPA filtered air

All Feed – autoclaved/irradiated

All HEPA filtered exhaust

Animal H2O – disinfected

All H2O – disinfected

slide61

Think should be components of barrier room/ facility and still be practical.

78%

69%

33%

20%

All equipment entering is autoclaved, chemical treated or irradiated….

All equipment exiting is autoclaved, chemical treated or irradiated….

All supplies (non-food/bedding) disinfected

All Waste is removed by autoclave, disinfection lock or vacuum

slide62

Think should be components of barrier room/ facility and still be practical.

85%

59%

22%

15%

Personnel completely covered by PPE

Personnel under go a complete change to clean/disinfected clothing

Wet shower taken; removing all clothing

Air shower used; with or without wet shower

slide63

Think should be components of barrier room/ facility and still be practical.

82%

62%

41%

28%

25%

10%

Cages removed & cleaned/ disinfected in central area, not disinfected at reentry

All cages cleaned/ processed outside in central area; reenters by autoclave, etc

Staff limited to 10 or less

No staff limits

All cages cleaned/ processed in barrier

Lock systems to prevent unauthorized entry

slide64

Think should be components of barrier room/ facility and still be practical.

92%

46%

38%

33%

25%

5%

3%

Animals removed can return

Only rederiv-ed animals can enter

Quaratine required before entry

Quaratine done in barrier

Animal entry requires container surfaces be disinfected

Only germ plasm allowed to reconstitute stock using barrier animals

Animals removed cannot return

slide65

Think should be components of barrier room/ facility and still be practical.

76%

53%

52%

33%

31%

Waste materials can exit through door exterior of the barrier

Small items can enter entry lock system during personnel entry

Maintenance personnel enter using gowning procedures & bring in needed tools, etc.

No contact outside of barrier to animals of same species, including pets

Manipulation of animals can take place within areas of the barrier

slide67

92%

89%

87%

65%

Reality

29%

10%

82%

92%

88%

85%

Theory

15%

18%

Bedding – autoclaved/irradiated

All Feed– autoclaved/irradiated

All HEPA filtered air

Animal H2O – disinfected

All HEPA filtered exhaust

All H2O – disinfected

slide68

86%

62%

Reality

16%

7%

78%

69%

Theory

33%

20%

All Waste is removed by autoclave….

All equipment exiting is autoclaved….

All equipment entering is autoclaved….

All supplies disinfected

slide69

78%

58%

Reality

22%

17%

85%

59%

Theory

22%

15%

Wet shower; removing all clothing

Air shower; with or without wet shower

Completely covered by PPE

Change to clean / disinfected clothing

slide70

84%

58%

43%

Reality

34%

20%

16%

82%

62%

Theory

41%

28%

25%

10%

All cages cleaned outside barrier, reenters by autoclave….

Allcages cleaned outside barrier, not disinfected at reentry….

Lock systems to prevent unauthorized entry

No Staff limits

All cages cleaned in barrier

Staff limited to < 10

slide71

78%

88%

61%

50%

44%

Reality

76%

52%

53%

Theory

33%

31%

No animal contact outside of barrier (samespecies)

Maintenance enter using gowning procedures; bring in tools

Small items can enter with personnel

Waste can exit to exterior of barrier

Manipulation of animals can take place within barrier

slide72

PPE worn to protect wearer from hazards.

84%

78%

55%

53%

48%

45%

39%

38%

32%

24%

15%

8%

5%

Gloves

Jumpsuit

Apron

Lab coat

Sticky mat

Shoe covers

Surgical gown

Foot bath

Facility shoes

Cap etc.

Surgical mask

N-95 mask/respirator

Scrub suit – short sleeves

slide73

PPE worn to protect animals from hazards.

89%

76%

61%

58%

56%

49%

46%

42%

41%

39%

31%

25%

10%

Lab coat

Gloves

Jumpsuit

Apron

Sticky mat

Shoe covers

Cap etc.

Surgical gown

Foot bath

N-95 mask/respirator

Facility shoes

Surgical mask

Scrub suit – short sleeves

slide74

Handwashing prior to putting on gloves to handle animals – What best describes your view on this practice?

1%

Reduces level of microorganisms on the hand thus minimizes the risk of spread of microorganisms if holes in gloves.

6%

Unless goal is to reduce risk of contamination of animals with human/environmental commensals, little real value.

41%

Hands can be readily contaminated with animal infectious agents prior to donning gloves, holes in gloves common making this a risk of contaminant transmission.

52%

Gloves not necessary for most manipulations, so handwashing/use of disinfectants only needed.

large animals

Large Animals:

Rabbits, Ruminants (small and large), Swine, Canine, Feline, Equine

NOT including NPH

slide77

Do you house large animals principally in:

12%

3%

Indoors in environmental controlled housing

Outside w/ sheltered area for protection from elements

85%

Access to both indoor & outdoor environments

slide78

Do personnel wear some form of head covering when working with large animals?

27%

Yes, regardless of housing environment

Only working w/ animals in indoor environment-controlled housing

60%

13%

No, not when working with large animals

slide79

Do personnel wear foot protection (shoe covers/dedicated shoes) when working with large animals?

13%

9%

Yes, regardless of housing environment

78%

Only working w/ animals in indoor environment-controlled housing

No, not when working with large animals

slide80

Do personnel who wear dedicated footwear disinfect it either before or after use?

28%

Yes, regardless of housing environment

62%

Only working w/ animals in indoor environment-controlled housing

5%

No, not when working with large animals

slide81

Do personnel use sticky mats to remove particulate material from soles of shoes prior to exiting/entering large animal facility/rooms?

6%

5%

Yes, regardless of housing environment

Only working w/ animals in indoor environment-controlled housing

89%

No, not when working with large animals

slide82

Do personnel wear dedicated clothing that covers arms/legs/torso (coveralls/jumpsuits) when working with large animals?

44%

45%

Yes, regardless of housing environment

Only working w/ animals in indoor environment-controlled housing

No, not when working with large animals

11%

slide83

Do personnel wear dedicated scrub attire that is not covered by a secondary gown or lab coat when working with large animals?

49%

42%

Yes, regardless of housing environment

Only working w/ animals in indoor environment-controlled housing

No, not when working with large animals

9%

slide84

Do personnel wear dedicated scrub attire that is covered by a surgical gown or lab coat when working with large animals?

36%

46%

Yes, regardless of housing environment

Only working w/ animals in indoor environment-controlled housing

18%

No, not when working with large animals

slide85

Do personnel wear “street” clothes that are covered by a surgical gown or lab coat when working with large animals?

38%

Yes, regardless of housing environment

53%

Only working w/ animals in indoor environment-controlled housing

No, not when working with large animals

9%

slide86

Do personnel wear disposable gloves when working with large animals?

7%

11%

Yes, regardless of housing environment

Only working w/ animals in indoor environment-controlled housing

82%

No, not when working with large animals

slide87

Do personnel wear eye protection (safety glasses/face shields) when working with large animals?

40%

Yes, regardless of housing environment

53%

Only working w/ animals in indoor environment-controlled housing

No, not when working with large animals

7%

slide88

Do personnel wear respiratory protection (surgical mask/respiratory mask [N95]) when working with large animals?

30%

Yes, regardless of housing environment

62%

Only working w/ animals in indoor environment-controlled housing

8%

No, not when working with large animals

slide89

Which of the following BESTdescribes the Principal reason to wear PPE in facility housing large animals?

36%

30%

19%

7%

~7%

1%

Not applicable

Protect animal against infect-ious agents harbored by wearer

Allergen protection for Wearer

Protect against animal infectious agents

Protect animal against human/environ-mental commensals

Decrease noxious odors inhaled by wearer

slide90

Are personnel required to change gloves before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

4%

11%

85%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide91

Are personnel required to change shoe covers before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

22%

52%

26%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide92

Are personnel required to change disposable gowns before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

35%

37%

Change

No Change out

28%

Not applicable

slide93

Are personnel required to change reusable gowns before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

10%

27%

63%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide94

Are personnel required to change scrub suits before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

8%

16%

76%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide95

Are personnel required to change jumpsuitsbefore entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

8%

19%

73%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide96

Are personnel required to change disposablejumpsuitsbefore entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

22%

58%

Change

20%

No Change out

Not applicable

slide97

Are personnel required to change lab coatsbefore entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

14%

51%

35%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide98

Are personnel required to change disposable lab coatsbefore entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

27%

49%

Change

24%

No Change out

Not applicable

slide99

Are personnel required to change face masks before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

31%

35%

Change

No Change out

34%

Not applicable

slide100

Are personnel required to change aprons before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

6%

12%

82%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide101

Are personnel required to change sleeve covers before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

13%

9%

78%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide102

Are personnel required to change eye protection before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

7%

46%

47%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide103

Are personnel required to change hearing protection before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

10%

38%

52%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

slide104

Are personnel required to change caps/bonnets before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains large animals?

21%

46%

Change

33%

No Change out

Not applicable

slide105

Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing large animals

Reusable gown

Gloves

Shoe Covers

Disposable gown

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Jumpsuit

Disposable Jumpsuit

Scrub suit

slide106

Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing large animals

Disposable lab coat

Lab coat

Face mask

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Sleeve covers

Apron

slide107

Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing large animals

Hearing Protection

Eye Protection

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Cap or bonnet

slide108

Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing large animals

Disposable lab coat

Reusable gown

Disposable gown

Lab coat

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Jumpsuit

Scrub suit

Disposable Jumpsuit

slide109

Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing large animals

Gloves

Shoe Covers

Face mask

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Cap or bonnet

slide112

What PPE is required to work with fish in your facility?

56%

35%

28%

15%

15%

10%

7%

3%

2%

Scrubs

No fish

Lab coat

No PPE

Mask

Gloves

Shoe covers

Hair bonnet

Facility shoes

slide113

What PPE is required to work with non-toxic amphibian in your facility?

65%

39%

24%

20%

17%

9%

7%

6%

4%

Mask

Scrubs

No PPE

Gloves

Hair bonnet

Lab coat

Shoe covers

No non-toxic amphibian

Facility shoes

slide114

What PPE is changed before handling/going between rooms of different aquatic/semi-aquatic and non-aquatic species?

8%

35%

All PPE

48%

Gloves only

Shoe covers & Gloves

Shoe covers, Gloves, Lab coat, hair bonnet

7%

2%

Not applicable

slide115

What PPE is changed before handling/going between rooms of different aquatic/semi-aquatic and non-aquatic species of differing health status?

25%

All PPE

53%

Shoe covers & Gloves

5%

Shoe covers, Gloves, Lab coat, hair bonnet

2%

15%

Gloves only

Not applicable

slide118

What PPE is changed when going between primate rooms with differing health status?

30%

All PPE

Shoe covers & Gloves

54%

Shoe covers, Gloves & Lab coat

Disposable gloves only

5%

5%

Nothing is changed since all primates of same health status

6%

slide119

What PPE is changed when going between primate rooms with the same health status?

10%

23%

11%

All PPE

Shoe covers & Gloves

4%

Shoe covers, Gloves & Lab coat

Disposable gloves only

18%

34%

No PPE changed

Same PPE worn throughout Primate facility

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What PPE is changed when going between rooms housing different primate species or primates from different geographical sources?

All PPE

31%

Shoe covers & Gloves

47%

Shoe covers, Gloves & Lab coat

Disposable gloves only

8%

No PPE changed—all primates of same health status

6%

8%

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Which BEST describes how primates are transported through common/public areas?

29%

Primate contained in HEPA filtered isolator.

71%

No attempt is made to isolate/contain primate’s air source. Physical/visual containment only concern.

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What PPE is required while transporting appropriate contained primates through common/public corridors?

72%

64%

63%

60%

49%

24%

1%

Gloves

Face shield/ eye protection

No specific PPE required/enforced

Mask

No PPE–animal contained

Lab coat

Shoe covers

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What PPE is required to work with primate species of the genus Macaque?

96%

96%

87%

88%

83%

71%

63%

61%

42%

30%

25%

4%

Safety gloves

Scrubs

Mask

Do not have species

Lab coat

Face shield

Safety glasses

Hair bonnet

Arm guards

Gloves

Shoe covers

Facility shoes

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What PPE is required to work with non-Macaque Old World species of primates?

63%

37%

36%

32%

31%

29%

28%

23%

17%

16%

5%

5%

Mask

Safety gloves

Scrubs

Do not have species

Gloves

Lab coat

Shoe covers

Arm guards

Safety glasses

Hair bonnet

Facility shoes

Face shield

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What PPE is required to work with New World species of primates?

58%

42%

42%

37%

34%

30%

25%

22%

18%

15%

7%

4%

Mask

Safety gloves

Do not have species

Gloves

Lab coat

Shoe covers

Scrubs

Facility shoes

Face shield

Safety glasses

Hair bonnet

Arm guards

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When working with nonhuman primates is the use of a mask (not a respirator) required?

23%

77%

Yes

No

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Which of the following BESTdescribes the Principal reason for wearing respirator PPE when working with NPH?

66%

17%

16%

1%

0%

1%

Not applicable; not used

Protect animal against infect-ious agents harbored by wearer

Allergen protection for Wearer

Protect against animal infectious agents

Protect animal against human/environ-mental commensals

Decrease noxious odors inhaled by wearer

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Are personnel required to wear facility dedicated scrub attire/jumpsuit when working with NPH?

23%

Yes

72%

Yes, but only w/ macaques, certain Old World sp. or great apes

4%

No, lab coat over clothes adequate

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As general practice, are personnel required to wear 2 sets of gloves when working with NPH?

39%

61%

Yes

No

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Are surgical personnel encouraged to wear 2 sets of disposable gloves when performing surgery/close contact tasks on Macaques?

29%

71%

Yes

No

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Where do personnel don Primate PPE?

20%

Before entry into primate corridor/facility

39%

Inside the primate corridor/facility

41%

Inside an anteroom

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Where do personnel remove Primate PPE?

11%

20%

In primate room upon exit

24%

Inside a primate anteroom upon exit

45%

In a corridor in the facility

After exiting primate area either directly outside the entrance or locker room

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Are lab coats, jumpsuits and/or shoe covers constructed of moisture resistant materials (i.e., Tyvek) worn when working with NHP?

11%

Yes

25%

65%

No, cloth gowns, lab coats, or shoe covers adequate

No, Tyvek is too costly and/or uncomfortable

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Are personnel required to change gloves before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

1%

34%

65%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change shoe covers before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

4%

43%

53%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change disposable gowns before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

33%

29%

Change

38%

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change reusable gowns before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

14%

57%

29%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change scrub suits before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

8%

16%

76%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change jumpsuits before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

9%

22%

69%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change disposable jumpsuits before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

22%

38%

Change

40%

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change lab coats before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

12%

55%

33%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change disposable lab coats before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

18%

52%

30%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change face masks before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

6%

33%

61%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change aprons before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

10%

13%

77%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change sleeve covers before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

18%

49%

33%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change eye protection before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

5%

15%

Change

80%

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change hearing protection before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

4%

33%

63%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Are personnel required to change caps/bonnets before entering another animal area/room within the same animal facility that contains NPH?

6%

30%

64%

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

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Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing nonhuman primates

Reusable gown

Gloves

Shoe Covers

Disposable gown

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Jumpsuit

Disposable Jumpsuit

Scrub suit

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Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing nonhuman primates

Disposable lab coat

Lab coat

Face mask

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Sleeve covers

Apron

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Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing nonhuman primates

Hearing Protection

Eye Protection

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Cap or bonnet

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Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing nonhuman primates

Disposable lab coat

Reusable gown

Disposable gown

Lab coat

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Jumpsuit

Scrub suit

Disposable Jumpsuit

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Change required to enter another animal area/room within the same animal facility containing nonhuman primates

Gloves

Shoe Covers

Face mask

Change

No Change out

Not applicable

Cap or bonnet

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When personnel take breaks/go to lunch, do they mostly use facilities within the animal facility?

38%

62%

Yes

No

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When personnel take breaks/go to lunch, are they required to change out of their work uniforms?

47%

53%

Yes

No

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For reusable clothing worn by personnel as part of their PPE, where is it laundered?

1%

Laundered / processed internally, but not within animal facility.

3%

7%

6%

Laundered / processed within animal facility by personnel solely dedicated to task.

23%

Outside contractor processes / delivers to animal facility.

Laundered by various personnel within animal facility & reused.

60%

Personnel launder their own outside of institution.

None of the above.

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Many institutions require anyone entering the animal facility to wear a lab coat/disposable gown. Which best describes your view on this practice?

Primarily prevents soiling of street clothes & reduces exposure to allergens.

5%

4%

Protects street clothes & effective in preventing introduction of infectious agents into facility.

16%

54%

Helps prevent transferring infectious agents from cage to cage or room to room.

4%

Does not do much, psychological reminder to follow practices.

17%

One of the few things that can prevent introduction of unwanted infectious organisms into facility.

Other.

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Many institutions require some type of precaution to prevent footwear tracking infectious agents into the animal facility. Which best represents your view on this subject?

Disposable shoe covers most effective method.

8%

Foot baths most effective / inexpensive means of disinfecting footwear.

Sticky mats most effective / inexpensive means of disinfecting footwear.

20%

50%

Dedicated footwear is the only reliable method.

15%

Daily disinfection of floors will accomplish the same level of risk reduction without worrying about limited risk posed by footwear.

5%

2%

Other.

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Other than standard animal facility uniforms, which of the following are worn in addition by personnel working in cage wash area while processing cages?

72%

72%

64%

55%

51%

48%

39%

36%

31%

25%

23%

21%

Dedicated footwear

Surgical face mask

N-95 mask

Cap/bonnet

Jumpsuit

Gloves

Apron

Shoe covers

Lab coat

Gown

Safety glasses/ face shield

Boots

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If uniforms are laundered within the animal facility, which best describes where this is done?

1%

Dedicated room within animal facility

Break room / lunch area

29%

Locker room / change facility

Cage wash

55%

Support area – not listed above

2%

2%

Not laundered in animal facility

2%

9%

Other

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For visitors to your facility, which best describes PPE they are required wear?

5%

Same as animal care workers.

10%

If do not enter animal room / come in contact with animals, fewer / less robust PPE than worn by employees.

47%

Ask for complete animal contact history (verbal or written questionnaire), based on answers decide what PPE will be required.

38%

Other.

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With respect to contaminant introduction, can certain sanitation practices when applied frequently and thoroughly be substituted for the use of certain types of PPE?

46%

54%

Yes

No