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Animal Biosafety Videos

The following videos describe the procedures animal handlers should follow when Working Safety in Animal Biosafety level 1, 2 or 3. Each video provides guidance on a wide range of topics including donning and doffing personal protective equipment, decontamination of work areas, handling of animals, working with sharps, and transporting animals.

Working Safety in Animal BSL1
Working Safety in Animal BSL1
(Flash Video)

Working Safety in Animal BSL2
Working Safety in Animal BSL2
(Flash Video)

Working Safety in Animal BSL3
Working Safety in Animal BSL3
(Flash Video)

Working Safety in Animal BSL3
Overview of Risk Assessment and Risk Management in Laboratory Animal Biosafety
(Windows Media Player, 6.3MB)



BRI Working with Livestock in Biocontainment:

Biosecurity Research Institute

Working Safety in Animal BSL3
Working with Livestock in a BSL-3 Facility (Risk Assessment)
(Flash Video)

Working Safety in Animal BSL3
Livestock Behavior and Handling in BSL-3 Facility
(Flash Video)

Working Safety in Animal BSL3
Cattle Handling in a BSL-3 Facility
(Flash Video)

Working Safety in Animal BSL3
Handling Sheep and Goats in a BSL-3 Facility
(Flash Video)

Working Safety in Animal BSL3
Swine Handling in a BSL-3 Facility
(Flash Video)


Animal and Zoonotic Pathogen References

American Association of Zoo Veterinarians: Transmissible Disease Fact Sheets(web site)

Animal Disease Information, Iowa State University (web site)

IACUC (Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee) Resources, Washington State University (web site)

Technical disease cards, The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) (web site)



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