Laboratory B.A.S.E

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Welcome to the Laboratory of Biological. Assimilation. of Synthetic. Evolution,

Better known as, B.A.S.E.

Here beyond the prying eyes of civilians, Laboratory B.A.S.E was build in the hopes of genetically modifying and creating synthetic life for the government's Attempt at total control of opposing countries. B.A.S.E is located deep within A.S.U's mountain range where experiments on humans and animals are kept in secret.

Laboratory B.A.S.E is 11,160,000 square feet or 256 acres, approximately twice the size of the worlds previous largest building, the Aalsmeer Flower Auction.

B.A.S.E's main build stands 17 stories tall, with an additional 2 floors below ground.

Floor information

The first floors is an all access floor where research is done, as well as where science students going on to work in the facility are taught. This floor also contains the vast library in which all research knowledge is kept as well as books on the scientific study and theory.

The second floor is where students who have passed their classes advance to level I staff. This floor is where the novice staff are trained and exposed to small laboratory experiments. such as experiments on small test subjects like rats, as well as we as introduced to occupational hazards.

The third floor is a Level II floor where staff are trained and qualified to handle said research 'animal' and trained with a more hands-on means. This is also where Level II personnel are to supervise and train Level I personnel.

The fourth floor is where Level III personal finish up their training and are tested for all lab safety precautions as well as lab 'animal' handling.

on the fifth and sixth floor is where Level IV and Level V personal begin serious lab experiments on small rodents and animals.

the seventh floor is for level VI personnel, where finally personnel are informed of the true purpose behind the facility.

Eighth floor is dedicated to security of the facility, The Ravagers and serve as a dividing floor between the lower level scientific studies and the more serious experiments are held.

The ninth floor is where Level VII personnel begin research are large animals such as wolves, horses, and live stock.

The tenth and eleventh floors are yet another few security floors, highly pack with security to keep 'things' from escaping.

The twelfth floor is where level VIII personal begin working on genetic enhancement of human cells, and where they learn how the human cell reacts to certain chemicals, this information is then relayed to the higher ups or stored in the library of research on floor 13.

The 13th floor holds the library in which research developments and recorded labs are stored pertaining to genetic enhancement. only levels vIII and up have access here.

the 14th floor is for level IX personnel test harvested human parts with chemicals relayed from level VIII personnel.

15th floor are where human experiments are kept outside of testing.

16th floor is where the human experiments are observed and taught in different biome rooms and classroom.

The 17th floor is where Level X staff do lab test with mixed chemicals on human DNA as well as where scientics of the highest level discuss and share ideas and theories.

The 0th floor or the first floor below ground is where the information and where observations are stores, this floor is extra protected with heavy metal doors and locked down and sound proof rooms. This is also the floor where labs experiments on the human subjects is held.

The second floor below ground is where experiments are held during the night time, locked up in individual heavy duty cell-like rooms with only a bed and safe objects around.

Trainee personnel Information

Level I- Periodically, individuals of this level must be exposed to laboratory animals or research facilities on single occasions with no intention of working independently (e.g., students involved in a teaching exercise involving animals, project sponsors wishing to review or participate in a procedure). Although these individuals must understand their responsibilities and limitations, as well as the hazards associated with research animal contact, the depth of training necessary is minimal. "Level I Training" consists of the informative brochures entitled, "The Use of Animals in Biomedical Research " and "Introduction to Occupational Hazards Associated with the care and Use of Laboratory Animals."

These visiting personnel must remain under the supervision of a Level II trained staff member.

To ensure a basic level of understanding the animal welfare responsibilities and occupational health risks associated with animal use, documented receipt and review of Level I Training materials is also required for individuals prior to B.A.S.E approval as project participants until Level II Training is completed. This includes the requirement for supervision by a Level II trained staff member during all animal use.

Level II- B.A.S.E holds monthly didactic (Level II) and "hands-on" (Level III) training sessions for scientists, research technicians, and others involved in animal research. Level II is a training program, which is designed to ensure that these individuals understand the principles of animal care and are qualified to handle the species proposed for use. All research personnel listed on an animal-use proposal must attend a "Level II" seminar within 90 days of their association with an animal research study. Those who have not met training requirements at the time of proposal submission are informed of the need to do so during the proposal review process; animal use privileges are contingent upon meeting the B.A.S.E training requirements.

Level III- receive training for Principal Investigators and laboratory personnel on an individual basis. Generalized Level III training consists of standard techniques: appropriate animal handling and restraint, physical exam, blood collection (intravascular, vessel stick, terminal cardiac puncture), injection techniques (subcutaneous, intravascular, intraperitoneal, intramuscular), and euthanasia. This training is intended to help new or established personnel at any level develop and/or hone techniques common to most all research efforts. Unless otherwise specified, Level III Training will be held in Building I which is located to the left of the main building.

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