You will be able to view your recall date in the Applicant History section of AUMS.
AUMS expiration is normally set at three years. At the discretion of the Occupational Health Nurses, expiration can be set for a shorter time frame. Please note that even if you decline to participate, you must complete and submit the AUMS application every three years.
You will receive an email message when the review is completed. For your protection, the message will contain a link back to the online AUMS tool where you may log in to see the results of the review.
You must fill out an application stating that you decline to participate. Not being screened could lead to unforeseen medical concerns. If you change your mind, you may fill out another application.
The information you provide is confidential and will not be shared with people in your unit or your supervisors. Only the EH&S Occupational Health Nurses will have access to the applications.
Applications are routed to the Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) Occupational Health Nurses for review.
Yes. You should complete an application.
The animal use medical screening (AUMS) is a component of the UW Occupational Health Program. The purpose of this screening is to evaluate and to address potential health risks that may be associated with work activities in the animal care and use environment. The screening follows guidelines and requirements from the Association for the Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care, International (AAALAC) and the UW Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC).
Send an email to email@example.com or call the ORIS Support Desk at 206-685-8335.
You only need a UW NetID to access the online application at https://washington.edu/research/tools/aums/. If you do not have a UW NetID, you may request a paper application by emailing the Occupational Health Nurses at firstname.lastname@example.org
While AUMS includes both your legal and directory names in the online application, your legal name will be used for official documentation. Unless you change your legal name through Human Resources, you will not be able to change the name on the medical clearance letter.
A submitted application cannot be recalled. You will need to submit another application.