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Contact IBC

Chair
Eric Matson
(920) 424-2077
IBC Administrator
Kelly Schill
(920) 424-3375
IBC Administration
(920) 424-3215
biosafety@uwosh.edu

Office located in Dempsey Hall Suite 214

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Tax ID: 39-1805963
DUNS: 071149041
Cage/NCAGE code: 0M5A5
Cong. District: WI-006
Cognizant Federal Agency:
Dept. of Health and Human Services
F&A Rates: 38.5% on campus; 13% off campus

Fringe Rates CLICK HERE

Mailing Address:
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Office of Sponsored Programs & Faculty Development
800 Algoma Blvd.,
Dempsey Hall 214
Oshkosh, WI 54901-8610

General Inquiry:

Phone: 920-424-3215
Fax: 920-424-3221

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The following training is required for faculty, staff, research personnel, and students:


A. Research projects involving recombinant DNA or synthetic nucleic acids:  Faculty, staff, and research personnel may choose one of the following options:

1. Complete in person Recombinant DNA Training for Researchers: NIH Guidelines.  To check on the next in-person training offering by the biosafety officer, please contact biosafety@uwosh.edu.

2. Complete CITI Program online course: BSS: Recombinant DNA Research Course.


B.  Research projects  involving non-recombinant biological materials: Faculty, staff, and research personnel may choose one of the following options:

1. Complete in person Biosafety Awareness Training.  To check on the next in-person training offering by the biosafety officer, please contact biosafety@uwosh.edu.

2. Complete CITI Program online course: BSS: Introduction and Risk Assessment.


C.  Research or teaching activities working with human-derived materials ( i.e., cells, tissues, organs, or embryonic stem cells) must comply with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard.  This applies to faculty, staff, and students.  Training is required on an annual basis for bloodborne pathogens:

1. Complete CITI Program online course: BSS: OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens.

2. If the elements of the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard are covered in the curriculum for students, the PI/Instructor may substitute that training if it is documented properly with student signature.


D. Instructors are responsible for providing hazard communication to students and documenting that training for teaching activities.   The IBC requires a copy of this training outline to be attached to the Biological Safety Protocol Application.  An Example Laboratory Safety Orientation Checklist can be found here.  The following elements (as applicable) should be covered with students:

1. Emergency procedures, personal protective equipment (PPE), lab etiquette and safety precautions, laboratory equipment use, and hazardous waste

2. Any additional safety information specific to the activities conducted within that teaching lab

3. Provide students with an electronic copy of the protocol that is followed for the teaching course

4. Student should sign the Laboratory Safety Orientation Checklist or similar form acknowledging the training provided


E.  Faculty or staff that will be shipping regulated biological materials must take DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation Compliance training.  Faculty, or staff may choose one of the following options:

1. Complete CITI Program online course: BSS: Shipping Regulated Biological Materials.

2. In person training is offered by the Wisconsin Safety Council.  A fee may be associated with the in-person training.


 

The following training is required for faculty, staff, research personnel, and students:


A. Research projects involving recombinant DNA or synthetic nucleic acids:  Faculty, staff, and research personnel may choose one of the following options:

1. Complete in person Recombinant DNA Training for Researchers: NIH Guidelines.  To check on the next in-person training offering by the biosafety officer, please contact biosafety@uwosh.edu.

2. Complete CITI Program online course: BSS: Recombinant DNA Research Course.


B.  Research projects  involving non-recombinant biological materials: Faculty, staff, and research personnel may choose one of the following options:

1. Complete in person Biosafety Awareness Training.  To check on the next in-person training offering by the biosafety officer, please contact biosafety@uwosh.edu.

2. Complete CITI Program online course: BSS: Introduction and Risk Assessment.


C.  Research or teaching activities working with human-derived materials ( i.e., cells, tissues, organs, or embryonic stem cells) must comply with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard.  This applies to faculty, staff, and students.  Training is required on an annual basis for bloodborne pathogens:

1. Complete CITI Program online course: BSS: OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens.

2. If the elements of the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard are covered in the curriculum for students, the PI/Instructor may substitute that training if it is documented properly with student signature.


D. Instructors are responsible for providing hazard communication to students and documenting that training for teaching activities.   The IBC requires a copy of this training outline to be attached to the Biological Safety Protocol Application.  An Example Laboratory Safety Orientation Checklist can be found here.  The following elements (as applicable) should be covered with students:

1. Emergency procedures, personal protective equipment (PPE), lab etiquette and safety precautions, laboratory equipment use, and hazardous waste

2. Any additional safety information specific to the activities conducted within that teaching lab

3. Provide students with an electronic copy of the protocol that is followed for the teaching course

4. Student should sign the Laboratory Safety Orientation Checklist or similar form acknowledging the training provided


E.  Faculty or staff that will be shipping regulated biological materials must take DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation Compliance training.  Faculty, or staff may choose one of the following options:

1. Complete CITI Program online course: BSS: Shipping Regulated Biological Materials.

2. In person training is offered by the Wisconsin Safety Council.  A fee may be associated with the in-person training.

 

Contact IBC

Chair
Eric Matson
(920) 424-2077
IBC Administrator
Kelly Schill
(920) 424-3375
IBC Administration
(920) 424-3215
biosafety@uwosh.edu

Office located in Dempsey Hall Suite 214

Quick Look

Tax ID: 39-1805963
DUNS: 071149041
Cage/NCAGE code: 0M5A5
Cong. District: WI-006
Cognizant Federal Agency:
Dept. of Health and Human Services
F&A Rates: 38.5% on campus; 13% off campus

Fringe Rates CLICK HERE

Mailing Address:
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Office of Sponsored Programs & Faculty Development
800 Algoma Blvd.,
Dempsey Hall 214
Oshkosh, WI 54901-8610

General Inquiry:

Phone: 920-424-3215
Fax: 920-424-3221

Need More?