Webinar Registration

Does Your Occupational Health Program Need a Shot in the Arm?

Tuesday, January 31, 2023
11:00 AM (New York) / 16:00 (London) / 17:00 (Paris)
Moderated by Cindy A. Buckmaster, PhD, CMAR, RLATG

NOTE - registration for this event will close at 5:00 PM (New York) / 22:00 (London) / 23:00 (Paris) on Monday, January 30.

Occupational Health and Safety Programs (OHSP) have historically presented a challenge for animal care and use programs across the spectrum of organizations. Successful OHSP do not just happen. They require strategic training and coordination from several stakeholders.

This interplay of industry professionals can produce its own set of obstacles and even frustrations. However, we surmise that historical OHSP were not designed to serve the 2023 workforce. Failure to recognize this discrepancy could present a new set of challenges.

It behooves traditional OHSP to be reassessed amongst organizations that strive to remain competitive and culturally relevant. Stakeholders in OHSP must reexamine their programs, ensuring a holistic structure that best serves their organization.

AALAS CEUs: This webinar is eligible for 1.00 Technician CEU credit or 1.00 CMAR CEU credit. A confirmation email will be sent to all attendees upon conclusion of the webinar.


Timothy D. Mandrell, DVM, DACLAM
Director, University of Maryland Baltimore
Consultant, TDM Consulting

Timothy Mandrell, DVM, is an experienced laboratory animal veterinarian, research animal program director, consultant, and a 30-year veteran of supporting the scientific missions of academic, government and private research enterprises. He has extensive expertise in research animal program administration, animal facility operations, animal facility design, animal biosafety, and animal related occupational health and safety.

Dr. Mandrell is a Diplomate of the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM) and is the author or co-author of over 50 published articles, abstracts, and book chapters. He is active professionally having served as President of the American Society of Laboratory Animal Practitioners (ASLAP), a member of the board of directors for both ACLAM and ASLAP, and chaired the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) committee that developed a biosafety training program for animal technicians. He currently serves as Secretary-Treasurer of ACLAM, a member of the AALAS Board of Trustees, and an ad hoc consultant to AAALAC International.

Dr. Mandrell is a recognized speaker and has presented at numerous national and international meetings, symposia, and workshops related to laboratory animal medicine, animal care and use, animal research, biological safety, animal biosafety, and occupational health. He is a passionate and dedicated professional who is committed to the people and animals that support biomedical research.

Mildred Montgomery Randolph, DVM, DACLAM
Adjunct Professor, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Director of Seed, Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, UAMS
Partner, Randolph Consulting

Mildred Montgomery Randolph, DVM, DACLAM is an adjunct Professor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and partner in Randolph Consulting. She is a graduate of both the University of Oklahoma (BA, Journalism) and Tuskegee University (Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine). She is also a Diplomate in the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine.

Her career in academic medicine began at the University of Oklahoma in the Animal Resources Division where she was a Clinical Assistant Professor. She later relocated to Memphis, TN. where she took a faculty position at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center. There she became a Tenured Associate Professor in the Comparative Medicine Department in the College of Medicine.

In 2007, Dr. Randolph was recruited to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences as the Director of the Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine where she remained until retirement in 2020. She maintains a faculty appointment UAMS where she directs the Seed (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) program in the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. She is passionate about recruiting women and underrepresented minorities into biomedical sciences.

She and her husband, Dr. Bruce Randolph, an occupational medicine physician, also operate Randolph Occupational Medicine Services (ROMS). Dr. Randolph is permanent faculty for IACUC 101 Series Inc. She has been an ad hoc specialist for AAALAC for the past 16 years.