The Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) training program is a valuable tool in developing awareness of safety and health responsibilities and accident prevention. It is also an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirement as part of the overall University's EHS program. To be effective, EHS training must be incorporated into standard operating procedures, workplace practices, and individual job performance requirements.
The following links are categorized by personnel work environments and provide specific EHS training requirements. Please click on the link for your work environment to find your training requirements. If you need additional EHS training, please contact the EHS office to complete a training needs assessment. Thank you in advance for your proactive participation.
MY WORK ENVIRONMENT
- ARTS, ARCHITECTURE AND MACHINE SHOP
- BUILDING CUSTODIAL SERVICES
- CONSTRUCTION AND RENOVATION
- MEDICAL HEALTH CARE
- POLICE AND SECURITY
- PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
- RECREATION OUTDOOR
- RESEARCH LABORATORY
- WAREHOUSE, STOCKROOM, AND MAIL