Facility Access

Facility Access Requirements for anyone working on an animal use protocol and entering ACS facilities:

1.   You must be approved on an active IACUC protocol.

  • Protocols can be accessed at my.IACUC.ufl.edu.
  • ALL required IACUC training must be completed.
  • Personnel changes require a modification to a protocol.
  • If you have any questions, the IACUC can be reached at 352-273-9535

2.   Current enrollment in the Animal Contact Program. Complete the Risk Assessment for Animal Contact paper work

3.   Complete course ACS827 ACS Orientation – (previously course ACS800 and ACS815)

  • Anyone working in an ACS managed facility is required to take this course
  • To find the course click the link above or Login to myUFL.  Go to Main Menu, My Self Service, Training and Development, My Training Enrollment or login in at:  mytraining.hr.ufl.edu.
  • Search by Course Code UF_ACS827_OLT using the Search function (top right corner). Once the course comes up, go to Select, Register, Select a date and Submit.

4.  Complete the Facility Specific Auto Tutorial

5.   Complete and/or follow up on your Facility Access Request form here:  Facility Access Request Form 

  • Upon request submission your investigator will be sent an email alerting them to review your request.
  • Once your investigator approves your request, the ACS’ Front Office Staff will receive it.  They can then verify that you’ve completed the access requirements and will contact you via email.
  • If you have any questions regarding your request, please contact the ACS’ Front Office at 352-273-9230 or ACS-Office@acs.ufl.edu
  • For MBI vivarium access fill out the MBI Restricted Access Request Form . The MBI Building Administrators will activate your Gator 1 card access after they’ve obtained their required approvals once your facility tour is completed.

6.   Tour

  • The tour is required after all above requirements are met. Once the ACS’ Front Office verifies that you’ve completed the access requirements, they will send you and the ACS’ Operations Manager an email stating that you are ready for a tour. The ACS’ Operations Mangers schedule tours several times a week and will work with you to accommodate scheduling.