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  • Hello Safety Colleagues,      Join us next Thursday, June 27th at 12 pm EST for our next Animal Research Health and Safety COP meeting!     We will be discussing the attached article Influence of 5 Different Caging Types and the Use of Cage-Changing ...

  • You might want to dig into how they are regulated a little deeper. These links suggest that they are classified as industrial trucks and would fall under the applicable OSHA (or State OSHA) regulations for training. Note in the first link that you ...

  • UCLA uses a motorized tug to transport large carts and cages from housing location to cage wash and back. Staff were initially intimidated to use it. After proper training and demonstration, staff have grown very fond of having this to reduce the physical ...

  • I would be interested to hear more about the use of the these as well. We have thought about them but were concerned about controlling cages and keeping them away from walls. Melinda A Young Occupational Health and Biosafety Specialist ...

  • Hello  Our animal facility department had a recent ergonomics evaluation conducted and tuggers were suggested such as the one seen in the link to help with the taking supplies to/from cage wash.  I was wondering if anyone on this list using them and ...

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