How can the work be requested to be carried out in the laboratories and high biological security animal facilities?
For open access to the network of high biosafety laboratories, the Public Access Protocol that describes the mechanism and criteria for access to the infrastructure must be followed (http://www.rlasb.es/protocolo-de-acceso/ ).
How can the request be formalized?
To formalize the request, you must have the support of a researcher working at INIA-CISA and request through email@example.com, with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com services from the Animal Research Centre to the General Subdirectorate for Research and Technology of the National Institute for Agricultural Research.
The email must indicate the name of the main researcher who will support the services in the INIA-CISA, the project to be carried out and the fiscal data of the company that will make the settlement effective (CIF and fiscal address).
Works can also be formalized through contracts and collaborations, in which an agreement must be reached that will be formalized in a contract.
Is a permit necessary for access to laboratories and animal facilities?
Access to the centre, laboratories and animal facilities is restricted, authorizations are granted to the different areas depending on the needs for the development of the works.
Is any type of specific training needed to work in high biosafety facilities?
Specific training in biosafety facilities is necessary, which varies depending on the biological agent with which one is going to work. The research centre has a biosafety service that teaches these courses, adapting them to the specific needs of each researcher.