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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.)