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Training - Contact EHS to discuss scheduling

New Staff Training

topics include hazard communication (right-to-know), fire extinguishers, portable ladders, electrical safety awareness, and lifting awareness. (Approximately 4 hrs.)

Bloodborne Pathogens Training

single topic that is required for employees that may reasonably be expected to encounter blood or body fluids as a result of their typical work assignments. This topic is also provided as a component of the Basic Training module. (Approximately 1 hr.)

CPR - AED Adult & Child

training includes American Heart Association cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) techniques and use of the automated external defibrillator (AED) with hands-on exercises. Training is for non-health field participants and is valid for two years. Sessions are taught by Lloyd Harris of Environmental Safety. Click here for secure web page to view schedule.

First Aid Adult & Child

topic includes adult and child first aid using American Heart Association program. Includes hands-on exercises. (Not currently offered)

Asbestos/Biohazard/Radiation Awareness

topics include awareness training for maintenance & housekeeping employees that may encounter asbestos building materials, biohazard labels, and/or and radiation labels as a part of their daily work. (Approximately 2.5 hrs.)

Laboratory Safety for Instructors

topics include hazard communication, chemical hygiene program and general laboratory safety. Provides risk management information for faculty that work in a laboratory setting (chemical use) and may work with student employees. (Approximately 2hrs.)

Respirator Training

single topic that is required for employees who wear a respirator to prevent exposure to environmental hazards that cannot be eliminated by engineering controls. (Approximately 1 hr.)

Laboratory Safety for Students

topics include hazard communication and general laboratory safety for student employees that work in a laboratory setting. (Approximately 2 hrs.)

Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC)

topics include state regulations, program overview and spill response information. (Approximately 2 hrs.)

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