In-person training for large groups provided by EH&S including Laboratory Safety, Clinic Safety, Radiation Safety and Shipping Training has been suspended. Please note most training is available online via Learn@Work. Special arrangements can be made for individual training wherein effective distancing and infection prevention can be implemented.

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As a part of EH&S commitment to sustaining a culture of safety on campus, we provide the following web-based and in-person training courses.

Find out what training you may need by completing a brief questionnaire in Learn@Work

EHS – General Administrative Office Safety Training

Audience: All employees that work in an office setting.
Frequency : Initial and every 3 years
Web-Based: Register for this Training

EHS – Laboratory Safety Training

EHS – Initial Lab Safety Training
Audience: New Employee who works in a lab environment
Frequency: At Hire
Web-Based : Register for this training

EHS – Lab Safety Training Annual Refresher
Audience: All Employee who works in a Lab Settings
Frequency: Annually
Web-Based : Register for this training

Lab supplement for Clinicians
Audience: All clinic workers with direct patient contact who also work in a research laboratory.
Web Based : Register for this training

EHS – Clinic Safety Training

EHS – Initial Clinical Safety Training
Audience: New clinic employee who works with direct patient contact
Frequency: At Hire
Web Based : Register for this training

EHS – Clinical Safety Training Annual Refresher
Audience: All clinic employees with direct patient contact
Frequency: Annually
Web Based: Register for this training

Instructor led training schedule
Date & Time :  TBD

EHS – Lab Supplement for Clinicians
Audience: All clinic employees with direct patient contact who also work in a research laboratory
Frequency: At hire and annually thereafter
Web Besed : Register for this training

EHS – Shipping Training Category B, Dry ice, and GMO

Audience: Any Washington University personnel who need to ship biological materials, dry ice, or GMOs.
Frequency: Every 2 years
Web Based : Register for this training

Instructor led training schedule : TBD

EHS – Shipping Training Category A, B, Dry ice, and GMO

Audience: Any BSL3 laboratory personnel who need to ship potentially infectious materials or dry ice.
Frequency: Every 2 years
Web Based : Register for this training

EHS – Covid-19 Safety Tips for Off-Campus Custodial and Maintenance Personnel

EHS – Covid-19 Safety Tips for Off-Campus Custodial and Maintenance Personnel
Web Based : Register for this training

EHS – Bloodborne Pathogens for Off-Campus Custodial and Maintenance Personnel Training
Web Based : Register for this training

EHS – Personal Protective Equipment for Off-Campus Custodial and Maintenance Personnel
Web Based : Register for this training

EHS – Maintenance – Facilities Engineering and Utility Operations

EHS – Danforth Maintenance & Utility Operations
Audience: Danforth Campus employee who works in Maintenance and Utility Operations
Frequency: Annually
Web Based : Register for this training

Golf Cart/Utility Vehicle Training
Web Based : Register for this training

Radiation Safety Training

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Radiation Safety Exam
Audience: Individuals who will work with radioactive materials without the direct supervision of their Authorized User or Laboratory Contact.
Frequency: One time
Date & Time: On demand
Location : Radiation Safety Office, 4533 Clayton Ave., 2nd Floor
Materials: Exam Study Guide
Register via “Training & Exams” at https://radsafety.wustl.edu/myrad

PET Isotope Exam
Audience: Individuals who have passed the Radiation Safety Exam and will work with PET isotopes.
Frequency: One time
Date & Time: On demand
Location: Radiation Safety Office, 4533 Clayton Ave., 2nd Floor
Materials: Exam Study Guide
Register via “Training & Exams” at https://radsafety.wustl.edu/myrad

ALARA and Refresher Training
Audience: Personnel working with radioactive materials. There are different versions of the refresher training for each type of permit Radiation Safety tracks. Radiation workers are required to take the version(s) applicable to the type of permit(s) they work under.
Click here for more ALARA and refresher training info
Frequency: Annual
Provided through Learn@Work

Lab Contact Training
Audience: Individuals who are, or will be, in charge of the required duties of a lab working with radioactive materials.  Contact Briana Davis (314-362-4966 or brianadavis@wustl.edu) to register.
Frequency: As necessary
Date & Time:
01/14/2021 (9:30-11:30 via Zoom)
02/18/2021 (1:30-3:30 via Zoom)
03/18/2021 (9:30-11:30 via Zoom)
04/22/2021 (1:30-3:30 via Zoom)
05/27/2021 (9:30-11:30 via Zoom)
06/17/2021 (1:30-4:00 in person)
07/19/2021 (9:30-11:30 in person)
08/12/2021 (9:30-11:30 in person)
09/13/2021 (1:30-3:30 in person)
10/21/2021 (1:30-3:30 in person)
11/15/2021 (9:30-11:30 in person)
12/16/2021 (9:30-11:30 in person)
Location : Zoom or Radiation Safety Office, 4533 Clayton Ave., 2nd Floor

Fundamentals of Laser Safety
Audience: Individuals who work with or may work with class 3b and 4 lasers.
Frequency: Every 2 Years
RS – Fundamentals of Laser Safety

Survey Meter Use
Audience: Individuals interested in proper use of survey meters as well as proper survey meter choice.
Survey Meter Use Training

Optional Training Opportunities

PI Safety Responsibility

EHS – Fundamentals of Laboratory Safety

RS – Fundamentals of Laser Safety

Pipette Safety & Ergonomics Video