University Research Compliance
Research Compliance Policies | Research Compliance Training | Confidential Reporting
Animal welfare regulations and Public Health Service policy require institutions to ensure that people caring for or using animals are qualified to do so. Oklahoma State University (OSU) is charged with providing training opportunities to meet these regulations.
All investigators who plan to conduct studies involving human subjects must complete the required human subjects training modules via the CITI website.
Principal investigators (PI) who work with biohazardous materials which fall within Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) purview must train his or her laboratory personnel on the topics listed below.
Training requirements for working with or having access to Radioactive Materials (RAM) or x-ray producing equipment on the OSU campus are determined by federal, state, and license requirements.
Laser Safety Training is required of all individuals who plan to work with Class 3B or Class 4 lasers.