Training programs that require completion by all faculty / staff are set forth in the federal, state, local, and university compliance policy, procedure, regulation, standard, and best practice documents. The university OSHA Manager coordinates the compliance training through various means: computer based training, classroom training, and hands-on training.
The computer based training vendor for the Environmental Health and Safety department is Risk Tool Analytics. These training modules are user friendly and cover many of the requirements depict the compliance rules and regulations that we are task to cover.
All faculty / staff are required to complete the computer based training modules listed:
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- Emergency Action Plan
- Department Of Public Safety Emergency Guide
- Fire Extinguisher Training Module
- Walking Working Surfaces/Slips, Trips, Falls
- Back and Lifting Safety
The computer based training modules below are assigned based upon an individual’s job description.
- HIPAA Awareness Module
- Exposure Control Program
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Annual Bloodborne Pathogen Refresher Training
- HazCom Program
- Hazard Communication
- Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
- Hazardous Material Awareness
- Respiratory Protection Program
- Respiratory Protection
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Shop Safety Manual
- Machine Guarding
- Portable Ladders
- Power Tool Safety
- Electrical Safety
- Lockout – Tagout
- Welding, Cutting, and Brazing Awareness Training Module
- Driver Safety
- CBRNE Awareness Training
- Powered Industrial Truck Training
Training that is described in the OSHA section of the EHS website are not optional and must be completed in a timely manner after initial assignments are made. If you have, any questions contact the OSHA Manager for clarification.