Safety Training Courses

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Courses

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Asbestos General Awareness - Online Start Online Class 15 min

Description:

This online course will teach you general asbestos awareness, including the health effects of asbestos, building materials that contain asbestos, how to recognize damaged asbestos, what to do if you encounter damaged building materials, and whom to contact for assistance.

Intended Audience:

New UW employees

Required:

Yes, for new UW employees

Frequency:

Upon hire

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

15 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-62-07722 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-62-07722

UW Policy:

APS 10.3.3.b http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Asbestos Awareness - Classroom Register for Class 2 hr 
OCT 21, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM, FS Training Center
NOV 13, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM, FS Training Center
DEC 9, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM, FS Training Center

Description:

This classroom awareness course will inform you of available information concerning asbestos containing material (ACM) in University buildings, instruction on how to recognize damaged ACM, the health effects and relationship to smoking and ACM, engineering controls and work practices, procedures to prevent exposure, proper use and limitations of personal protective equipment, and building signage and warning labels.

Intended Audience:

Required for UW employees who work in and around ACM, which may be disturbed or contacted or encounter damaged ACM while performing maintenance and custodial services.

Required:

Yes, for the audience above

Frequency:

Annually

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

2 hours

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-62-07722 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-62-07722

UW Policy:

APS 10.3.3.b http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Asbestos < 1% Work Practices & Lead Worker - Classroom Register for Class 2 hr 
SEP 9, 7:15 AM - 3:15 PM, FS Training Center
NOV 24, 7:30 AM - 3:15 PM, FS Training Center

Description:

This awareness level course for building maintenance and custodial staff provides information about the hazards of asbestos and lead containing material in University buildings. Instruction focuses on recognizing the types of regulated building materials (asbestos, lead, PCBs, silica); the health effects, routes of exposure, engineering controls and work practices, and procedures to prevent exposure; proper use and limitations of personal protective equipment, and building signage and warning labels. This course is not intended to cover construction, alterations, abatement or cleanup of materials containing asbestos, lead, or other regulated materials.

Intended Audience:

Employees who work in and around buildings that contain asbestos, lead, or other regulated materials, which may be disturbed or contacted while performing maintenance and custodial services.

Required:

Yes, 2-hour asbestos awareness is required and lead awareness is recommended for the audience above

Frequency:

Annually

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

2 hours

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:


UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Back Injury Prevention - Online (SafetySmart) Start Online Class 20 min

Description:

This online course will teach you the major causes of workplace back injuries and how to prevent them. You will be taught about hazards and the three major types of hazard controls.

Intended Audience:

Any person that lifts 20 or more pounds, lifts objects of any weight higher than three feet, pushes or pulls objects regularly, or completes other repetitive motions that may lead to back injury

Required:

No, but recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Upon initial assignment

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

15 to 20 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

No specific requirement

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Back Injury Prevention: Interactive Safety Video - Online (SafetySmart) Start Online Class 20 min

Description:

This online video and quiz will teach you the major causes of workplace back injuries and how to prevent them. You will be taught about hazards and the three major types of hazard controls.

Intended Audience:

Any person that lifts 20 or more pounds, lifts objects of any weight higher than three feet, pushes or pulls objects regularly, or completes other repetitive motions that may lead to back injury

Required:

No, but recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Upon initial assignment

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

15 to 20 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

No specific requirement

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Back Protection/Lifting Safety - Classroom inquire via email 90 min

Description:

This course will teach you the major causes of workplace back injuries and how to reduce the risk of injury, through improved body mechanics, proper lifting techniques, and increased fitness . You will be taught about hazards and the three major types of hazard controls.

Intended Audience:

Any person that lifts 20 or more pounds, lifts objects of any weight higher than three feet, pushes or pulls objects regularly, or completes other repetitive motions that may lead to back injury

Required:

No, but recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Upon initial assignment

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

90 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

No specific requirement

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Biosafety Training - Online Start Online Class 2 hrs

Description:

This is a general biosafety training course that covers the review and approval process for biohazardous agents. It will teach you the roles and responsibilities of persons conducting research with recombinant DNA and other biohazardous agents, and describes the practices, safety equipment, and facility design required to ensure safety in research laboratories conducting research with recDNA and other biohazardous agents.

Intended Audience:

Principal investigators (PIs) if their research includes the use of recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid molecules or other biohazardous agents. Students, fellows, laboratory managers, research staff, and other staff with use or potential for exposure to recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid molecules or other biohazardous agents at the UW.

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Prior to initiation of work and every three years thereafter

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

Two hours

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

UW Policy:

APS 12.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/12.03.html

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Bloodborne Pathogens for Researchers - Online Start Online Class 1 hr 

Description:

This online course will teach you about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. You will be taught about how to identify major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted, the basics of exposure prevention, and incident response and cleanup. The course reviews epidemiology, sharps management, cleanup of blood spills, proper personal protective equipment to prevent infection, proper disposal, and information regarding the Hepatitis B Vaccine form.

Intended Audience:

Researchers and other employees who work with potentially infectious materials

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Prior to initiation of work and annually thereafter

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

One hour

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-823 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-823-120

UW Policy:

APS 12.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/12.03.html

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Bloodborne Pathogens for Non-Laboratory Personnel - Online (SafetySmart) Start Online Class 40 min

Description:

This online course will teach you about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. You will be taught about how to identify major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted, the basics of exposure prevention, Hepatitis B vaccination, and incident response and cleanup.

Intended Audience:

This course is for custodial and other employees and staff who manage or clean up spills of human blood or other potentially infectious materials.

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Prior to initiation of work and annually thereafter

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

35 to 40 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-823 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-823-120

UW Policy:

APS 12.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/12.03.html

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Bloodborne Pathogens for Non-Laboratory Personnel - Classroom Inquire 1 hr. 
No classes schedule this Quarter, please consider the Bloodborne Pathogens-Facilites Online if your work meets the Intended Audience requirement.

Description:

This course will teach you about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. You will be taught about how to identify major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted, the basics of exposure prevention, Hepatitis B vaccination, and incident response and cleanup.

Intended Audience:

This course is for custodial and other employees and staff who manage or clean up spills of human blood or other potentially infectious materials, defined at http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-823-200.
  NOTE: If you have any questions contact your supervisor or EH&S Research and Occupational Safety (ROS) at ehsbio@uw.edu or by phone at (206)221-7770.

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Prior to initiation of work and annually thereafter

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

60 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-823 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-823-120

UW Policy:

APS 12.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/12.03.html

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Compressed Gas Safety - Online (SafetySmart) Start Online Class 30 min

Description:

This online course will teach you the hazards of working with compressed gases and how to minimize or eliminate them. You will be taught how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders, and how to implement safe work practices.

Intended Audience:

Personnel in laboratories, shops, and other areas who work with compressed gas

Required:

No, but recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Prior to initiation of work

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

30 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

No specific requirement in Washington

UW Policy:

APS 10.3.3.b http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Confined Space Entry - Classroom
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12 hrs
OCT 22 - 24, 7:30 AM - 12:00 noon (all three days required), Facilities Services Training Center
NOV 22 - 24, 7:30 AM - 12:00 noon (all three days required), Facilities Services Training Center

Description:

This classroom and hands-on training course teaches you how to plan and safely conduct an entry into a permit-required confined space. You will learn how to evaluate, test, and control potential hazards, identify participants, set up equipment, and complete a confined space entry permit. This course requires an exam plus demonstration of understanding of confined space entry requirements.

Intended Audience:

Personnel who are required to enter confined spaces to do their work

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initial, prior to entry

Prerequisite:

None--limited to staff required to enter confined spaces as part of their job assignment

Duration:

Three 4-hour sessions over three days (12 hours total)

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-809-400 http://www.lni.wa.gov/wisha/rules/confinedspace/HTML/296-809-400.htm

UW Policy:

APS 10.3.3.b http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html and https://www.ehs.washington.edu/fsophyssafe/confinedsp/index.shtm

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Confined Space Entry Awareness - Online (SafetySmart)
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30 min

Description:

This online course will teach you the hazards and safety precautions associated with confined spaces. You will be taught how to identify confined spaces, their hazards, and other general information for awareness purposes. This class is not intended to prepare employees for entry.

Intended Audience:

Personnel who work around but do not enter confined spaces

Required:

No, but recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Prior to initiation of work

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

30 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-809-400 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-809-400

UW Policy:

APS 10.3.3.b http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html, https://www.ehs.washington.edu/fsophyssafe/confinedsp/index.shtm

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Electrical Arc Flash Awareness - Online (SafetySmart)
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25 min

Description:

This online awareness course teaches non-electrician lab and staff personnel the potential hazards of electrical equipment in the labs and workplace, and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This awareness level course will teach you how to recognize the dangers of electricity, avoid possible electrical injuries, and implement standard hazard controls.

Intended Audience:

Laboratory, shop, and trades personnel who periodically work on equipment with electrical components but who are not required to take qualified electrical worker training

Required:

No, but recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Initially and as needed

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

25 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

No specific regulation

UW Policy:

APS 10.3.3.b http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.htmlBR />

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Electrical Safety, Basic - Online (SafetySmart)
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25 min

Description:

This online awareness course teaches non-electrician lab and staff personnel the potential hazards of electrical equipment in the labs and workplace, and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This awareness level course will teach you how to recognize the dangers of electricity, avoid possible electrical injuries, and implement standard hazard controls.

Intended Audience:

Laboratory, shop, and trades personnel who periodically work on equipment with electrical components but who are not required to take qualified electrical worker training

Required:

No, but recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Initially and as needed

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

25 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

No specific regulation

UW Policy:

APS 10.3.3.b http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.htmlBR />

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Evacuation Warden Training - Classroom
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2 hr 
OCT 15, 10:00 AM - 12:00 AM, T-633 Health Sciences Center
DEC 16, 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM, 303 South Campus Center

Description:

This classroom training course will teach you the building evacuation warden duties in the event of a fire or other building emergency. The course covers building alarm signals, evacuation routes, areas of refuge, exterior assembly areas, and procedures for evacuation.

Intended Audience:

Building evacuation wardens and evacuation directors

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Once, upon appointment

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

2 hours

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-24-567 apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=296-24-567

UW Policy:

APS 16.1 www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/16.01

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Excavation and Trenching - Online (SafetySmart)
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25 min

Description:

This online course will teach you how to recognize the potential hazards of working in or around trenches and excavations greater than 4 feet, and the protective measures you must employ on the job. This class is relevant to but, on its own, does not fully meet the competent person definition in the regulations.

Intended Audience:

Construction, grounds, utility, or other personnel working in or around trenches or excavations

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initial, and as needed for refresher

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

25 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-155 Part N http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-155-650

UW Policy:

APS 10.3.3.b http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Fall Protection, Introduction - Online (SafetySmart)
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25 min

Description:

This online course teaches you the importance and practice of consistent fall protection. You will be taught about fall hazards, how to identify fall protection methods, and safe work practices.

Intended Audience:

Workers who have attended classroom training and need a refresher or retraining

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

As needed to remain proficient

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

25 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-155-246 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?dispo=true&cite=296-155

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Fall Protection Training - Classroom
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1 hr 
OCT 14, 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM, Facilities Services Training Center
NOV 6, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM, Facilities Services Training Center

Description:

This classroom and hands-on training course will teach you how to recognize possible fall hazards and falling object hazards, when fall protection methods and plans are needed, and the methods and tools to reduce or eliminate fall hazards. You will be taught the difference between fall arrest versus fall restraint protective equipment and when to use each type of protective equipment.

Intended Audience:

Anyone working more than 10 feet off the ground in construction or maintenance activity and personnel who use personal fall arrest devices

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initial; refresher as needed or through online training

Prerequisite:

Fall Protection, Introduction - Online training course

Duration:

One hour

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-155-246 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?dispo=true&cite=296-155

UW Policy:

APS 10.3.3.b http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Fire Extinguisher Training - Hands-On
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40 min
OCT 7, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM, Behind the Electrical Engineering Bldg
OCT 23, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM, Behind the Electrical Engineering Bldg

Description:

This hands-on training course will teach you how to use a portable fire extinguisher. Each participant will use an extinguisher to suppress an actual or simulated fire using the PASS method (Pull, Aim, Squeeze, Sweep). This course is offered outdoors and is intended to supplement online training, a prerequisite.

Intended Audience:

Higher risk individuals who work in kitchens, plumbing and roofing trades, cutting and welding trades, or work with flammable, pyrophoric, reactive materials and similar hazardous materials where fire is more likely

Required:

No, but recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Upon initial assignment

Prerequisite:

EH&S Online Fire Extinguisher Training

Duration:

40 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-800-300 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=296-800-300

UW Policy:

APS 16.1 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/16.01.html

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Fire Extinguisher Training - Online Start Online Class 30 min

Description:

This online training course will teach you the hazards involved with incipient (early stage) fires and how to select and operate a fire extinguisher using the PASS method (Pull, Aim, Squeeze, Sweep).

Intended Audience:

All UW employees and students who are expected to use a fire extinguisher

Required:

Yes, for the target audience unless your department/unit has a written plan requiring immediate evacuation in the event of a fire

Frequency:

Initially and annually thereafter

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

30 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-800-300 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=296-800-300

UW Policy:

APS 16.1 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/16.01.html

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First Aid & CPR Certification - Hands-On
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8 hrs
OCT 30 and 31, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM:
  Oct 30: Room T-531, Health Sciences Center
  Oct 31: Room T-635, Health Sciences Center
DEC 10, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, Room T-635, Health Sciences Center

Description:

This hands-on training course by EMTA will teach you how to provide CPR and first aid for fractures, respiratory failure, and environmental emergencies such as bites, stings, hypothermia, and heat stroke. The course will also instruct you how to respond to shock and heart conditions and inform you of the Good Samaritan law.

Intended Audience:

Employees expected to provide first aid in the workplace

Required:

Yes, first aid training is required for the target audience; CPR training is recommended

Frequency:

Initially and every two years thereafter, or as indicated on the contractor issued training card

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

8 hours

Cost:

$46 per student

Regulation:

WAC 296-800-150 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-800-150

UW Policies:


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Forklift Evaluator Training - Hands-On
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5 hrs
Scheduled on request at time of Operator class

Description:

This hands-on training course will teach evaluators to be competent in observing, critiquing, and coaching forklift drivers in their departments. A written and driving test must be completed to receive Forklift Evaluator certification. Evaluators can also review their department personnel certifications.

Intended Audience:

Employees working for departments that own forklifts (material handling equipment) and who have been coaching/training new operators so that they can pass the operator safety class

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initially, with a refresher every three years

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

4.5 hours plus test drive

Cost:

$85 (includes booklet)

Regulation:

WAC 296-863-60005 apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-863-60005

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Forklift Operator Safety Training - Hands-On
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4+ hrs
NOV 13, 8:15 AM - 12:15 AM, T-360A Health Sciences Center
DEC 2, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM, Facilities Services Training Center

Description:

This hands-on course covers inspection and safe operation of powered industrial trucks. This course will teach you about the operational differences between a car and a forklift, power sources, capabilities, stability, and carbon monoxide hazards while operating propane or diesel trucks inside buildings. A written test and a driving test, scheduled separately from the class day, must be completed to receive an operators license.

Intended Audience:

Employees who operate forklifts

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initially, with a fresher every three years, or upon a change of forklift vehicles or operation, or after an incident/accident

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

Four hours, plus driving test scheduled separately

Cost:

$105 (includes booklet)

Regulation:

WAC 296-863-60005 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-863&full=true#296-863-600

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Forklift Safety Training Refresher - Hands-On
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2 hrs
NOV 4, 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM, FACILITIES SERVICES TRAINING CENTER

Description:

This hands-on course will update and review your knowledge of inspections, stability, and safe operation of forklifts. Individual driving tests will be scheduled separately from the class day.

Intended Audience:

Employees or students who are already certified as forklift operators

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Every three years before the previous certification date

Prerequisite:

Forklift Operator Safety Training course

Duration:

1.5 hours, plus driving test scheduled separately

Cost:

$60

Regulation:

WAC 296-863-60005 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-863&full=true#296-863-600

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Fume Hood Training - Online Start Online Class 20 min

Description:

This online course will train you about good fume hood work practices, including planning experiments for the fume hood; preparing, operating, and maintaining the fume hood; and understanding features and work practices for specific fume hoods.

Intended Audience:

Scientists, researchers, teaching assistants, and others who use a fume hood in their education or work

Required:

No, but recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Initially

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

20 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-828: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-828-200

UW Policy:

UW Lab Safety Manual https://www.ehs.washington.edu/manuals/lsm/index.shtm

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GHS-Globally Harmonized System (HazCom) - Online (SafetySmart)
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25 min

Description:

This online course covers the recently implemented Globally Harmonized System (under OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, also known as HazCom or HCS). You will be informed of the new label and safety data sheet requirements as well as answers to common questions about the standard. The requirement for this class is fulfilled by taking either the classroom or online class.

Intended Audience:

Employees and students who use chemicals in their work or education

Required:

  • Yes for employees (including employed students) and volunteers
  • Recommended for non-employed students

Frequency:

Initially

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

25 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

UW Policy:

APS 12.5 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/12.05.html

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Hazardous Waste Management for Clinical and Hospital Staff - Online Start Online Class 25 min

Description:

This online course covers proper management of hazardous waste. The State of Washington and OHSA have strict guidelines concerning waste labeling, storage, containers, hold times, area demarcation, personnel training, and documentation.

Intended Audience:

Clinical and hospital workers who use, manage, or need to dispose of chemical, biological, or radiological waste in their laboratory or workplace

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initially, and annually thereafter

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

25 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-828: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/296-828-200

UW Policy:

APS 10.1 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.01.html

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Hearing Conservation - Online (SafetySmart)
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25 min

Description:

This online course teaches you about noise levels, hearing hazards, and recommendations on how to prevent hearing loss. You will be taught how to define noise, harmful noise levels, and hearing loss, and how to select and properly use different types of hearing protection.

Intended Audience:

Anyone who works at or above the exposure limit of 85 dB noise level

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initially and annually thereafter

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

25 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC-296-817-100 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=296-817-20020

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html, https://www.ehs.washington.edu/fsophyssafe/hearprot.shtm

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Laboratory Safety Standard Compliance - Classroom Register for Class 2 hrs
OCT 28, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM, E-214 Health Sciences Center
DEC 5, 9 AM - 11 AM, T-663 Health Sciences Center

Description:

This classroom training course is designed for principal investigators and laboratory managers. It provides background material on the laboratory safety standard and addresses hazards and risk assessment in the laboratory to ensure lab compliance. The course covers how to make a chemical hygiene plan that applies to your laboratory by augmenting the UW Laboratory Safety Manual with laboratory-specific information.

Intended Audience:

Supervisors, principal investigators (PIs), and lab chemical safety officers

Required:

Recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Initial

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

2 hours

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-828-200 apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-828&full=true#296-828-200

UW Policy:

UW Lab Safety Manual http://www.ehs.washington.edu/manuals/lsm/index.shtm

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Ladder Safety - Online (SafetySmart)
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25 min

Description:

This online training course teaches you about ladder hazards and consistent safe work practices. You will be taught to recognize the hazards of ladder use, the different types of ladders, inspection requirements for ladders, and the rules of ladder use.

Intended Audience:

Facilities Services personnel or any UW employee who frequently uses ladders

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initially, with a refresher as needed

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

25 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-876, Ladders, Portable and Fixed http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-876

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Lead Awareness - Online (SafetySmart)
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20 min

Description:

This online general awareness course teaches you about the hazards of lead exposure if lead-containing materials are disturbed. You will learn about the nature of lead, products that may contain lead, health hazards of lead, routes of exposure, signage, and how to prevent exposure. This course is not intended to teach abatement or cleanup of lead.

Intended Audience:

Anyone who may be exposed to lead-containing materials but not significant amounts of lead dust or fume

Required:

No, but recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Initial

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

20 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-62-07521-13a http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-62-07521

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Lead Worker Refresher - Classroom Register for Class 2 hrs
SEP 9, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM, Facilities Services Training Center
OCT 8, 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM, Facilities Services Training Center
OCT 8, 10:00 AM - 12:00 NOON, Facilities Services Training Center
NOV 6, 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM, Facilities Services Training Center
NOV 6, 10:00 AM - 12:00 NOON, Facilities Services Training Center
DEC 4, 10:00 AM - 12:00 NOON, Facilities Services Training Center

Description:

This classroom and hands-on training course reviews and provides updates to the topics covered in the initial Lead Worker Training class.

Intended Audience:

Anyone who has taken the Initial Lead Worker training course

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Annual

Prerequisite:

Lead Worker Training

Duration:

2 hours

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-62-07521-13a http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-62-07521

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Lockout-Tagout Refresher - Online (SafetySmart)
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25 min

Description:

This online training course teaches you how lockout-tagout programs work and the different roles workers play to make them successful. You will be taught to identify proper lockout-tagout procedures, which workers are authorized to perform those procedures, and the special provisions of lockout-tagout programs.

Intended Audience:

Refresher training for electricians, plumbers, HVAC, or any personnel who work on or around de-energized systems (electrical, steam, pressure, hydraulic, mechanical, pneumatic, or other) to conduct maintenance or repair work

Required:

Yes, as a refresher for the target audience

Frequency:

Initial

Prerequisite:

Lockout-Tagout - Classroom course

Duration:

25 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-803 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-803

UW Policy:

APS 12.6 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/12.06.html

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Lockout-Tagout - Classroom Register for Class 90 min
NOV 12, 11 AM - 12:30 PM, Facilities Services Training Center

Description:

This classroom course will teach you how lockout-tagout programs work and the different roles workers play to make them successful. You will be taught to identify proper lockout-tagout procedures, which workers are authorized to perform those procedures, and the special provisions of lockout-tagout programs.

Intended Audience:

Required for electricians, plumbers, HVAC, or any personnel who work on or around de-energized systems (electrical, steam, pressure, hydraulic, mechanical, pneumatic, or other) to conduct maintenance or repair work on systems

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Upon initial assignment; retrain as needed with Lock-Out/Tag-Out Refresher - Online training

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

90 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-803: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-803

UW Policy:

APS 12.6 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/12.06.html

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Managing Laboratory Chemicals - Online Start Online Class 2 hrs

Description:

This online course is required for all UW faculty, staff, and students who work in laboratories where hazardous chemicals are present. The class covers chemical hazards, protective measures, chemical storage, safety data sheets, hazardous waste disposal, and chemical spill prevention and response in laboratories. The class includes the unique hazards and specific emergency response procedures for work with hydrofluoric acid. The class partially fulfills federal and state chemical safety and hazardous waste training requirements and must be supplemented with laboratory-specific training on chemical hazards and waste management.

Intended Audience:

UW faculty, staff, and students who work in laboratories where hazardous chemicals are present

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initial

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

2 hours

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-828-20015 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-828&full=true#296-828-200

UW Policy:

UW Lab Safety Manual https://www.ehs.washington.edu/manuals/lsm/index.shtm

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Radiation Safety for Ancillary Personnel Go to Training 1 hr 

Description:

This online course is designed for personnel who do not work with radiation-producing equipment or radioactive materials but by virtue of their duties may need to work near or around these areas. The information is recommended for ancillary personnel such as custodians, nursing staff, medical specialties, facilities staff, physical plant staff, and any non-radiation workers who may have occasional or infrequent duties around radiation sources.
It is the responsibility of the shop foreman, division or department manager, or supervisor to ensure personnel are provided this information prior to entering spaces where radioactive materials are used or stored. This online training is to be used in conjunction with the short training guide and/or brochure, which are available on the EH&S Radiation Safety website .

Intended Audience:

Ancillary personnel who frequent areas where radioactive material is used

Required:

Recommended for the target audience

Frequency:

Prior to entry to a radioactive-producing machine area and as needed or recommended by EH&S Radiation Safety

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

1 hour

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 246-222-030 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=246-222-030

UW Policy:

Radiation Safety Manual: http://www.ehs.washington.edu/manuals/rsmanual/index.shtm

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Radiation Safety for Dental Personnel - Online Online Class 1 hr 

Description:

This online presentation is designed for dental personnel and other personnel who work with x-ray machines used for dental radiology. It provides basic knowledge of radiation safety procedures and terminology specific to the UW.

Intended Audience:

Dental personnel who work with x-ray machines

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

As needed or recommended by EH&S Radiation Safety or the School of Dentistry

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

1 hour

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 246-225-020 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=246-225-020

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Radiation Safety for Nursing Staff - Online Online Class 1 hr 

Description:

This course is designed for nursing staff and other medical personnel who work with patients undergoing radiation therapy. It provides basic knowledge of radiation safety procedures and terminology specific to the UW. This training provides a forum for radiation safety personnel who deal with patients who have permanent or temporary radioactive implants or are administered therapeutic quantities of radioactive materials.

Intended Audience:

Nursing staff and other medical personnel who work with patients undergoing radiation therapy

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Required of new nursing staff in the target audience; refresher is recommended at regular intervals

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

1 hour

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 246-240-263 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=246-240-263

UW Policy:

UW Radiation Safety Manual http://www.ehs.washington.edu/manuals/rsmanual/index.shtm

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Radiation Safety Training - Online and Final Exam Go To Training 6 hrs.

Description:

Radiation Safety Training consists of four online modules and a two-hour classroom training and final exam to satisfy the basic training requirement for radiation workers as set forth in the University of Washington Radioactive Materials License.

Intended Audience:

Required for all personnel who use radioactive materials at the UW

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initial training; individuals who have not yet completed the training may work under the direct supervision of laboratory personnel/staff that are already certified as Radiation Workers by the EH&S Radiation Safety Office (the period of direct supervision may not exceed 90 days)

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

Online modules 4 hrs, Exam/Session 2 hrs.

Cost:

Free to UW personnel; non-UW employee: $60

Regulation:

WAC 246-222-030 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=246-222-030

UW Policy:

UW Radiation Safety Manual http://www.ehs.washington.edu/manuals/rsmanual/index.shtm

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Radiation Safety Training Refresher - Online Online Class 1 hr 

Description:

This online presentation gives you an opportunity to refresh your knowledge of radiation safety procedures and terminology specific to the UW. This information is updated at least annually and this presentation fulfills license requirements to provide a forum for radiation safety information. This course does not meet the requirements for initial training required for all personnel who use radioactive materials.

Intended Audience:

Authorized radiation workers

Required:

No, unless hazards in the workplace change or the worker needs to update proficiency

Frequency:

As needed or recommended by EH&S Radiation Safety

Prerequisite:

Radiation Safety Training - Classroom

Duration:

1 hour

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 246-222-030 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=246-222-030

UW Policy:

UW Radiation Safety Manual http://www.ehs.washington.edu/manuals/rsmanual/index.shtm

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Radioactive Safety for Sealed Source - Online Online Class 1 hr 

Description:

This course is designed for personnel who work with sealed and plated sources of ionizing radiation. Sealed and plated sources consist of radioactive material that is either encased in metal or plastic (sealed sources) or radioactive material that has been plated as a thin film onto metal or plastic (plated sources). The information provides basic knowledge of radiation safety procedures and terminology specific to the UW. This training provides a forum for radiation safety personnel who use sealed sources. This training does not fulfill training requirements for persons who use open sources of radioactivity or high activity gamma irradiators. To become a research participant on a sealed source authorization, contact the EH&S Radiation Safety Office at 206.543.0463 to begin this process.

Intended Audience:

Personnel who use only sealed sources of radioactive material

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initial, prior to working with radioactive materials and as needed or recommended by EH&S Radiation Safety

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

1 hour

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 246-222-030 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=246-222-030

UW Policy:

UW Radiation Safety Manual http://www.ehs.washington.edu/manuals/rsmanual/index.shtm

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Respiratory Protection Training - Classroom email 60 min
NOV 5, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM, Facilities Services Training Center
DEC 2, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM, Facilities Services Training Center

Description:

This classroom course will teach you the basics of respiratory protection and how to use it on the job. The course covers potential inhalation hazards, the different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test a respirator mask, and respirator care and maintenance. This course is followed by a scheduled respirator fit-testing that must be passed before the use of a respirator is authorized.

Intended Audience:

Any employee or student who wears a respirator in the workplace

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Annually

Prerequisite:

This course requires medical approval. Your supervisor must submit the Respirator Request Form. The employee or student submits the Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire to the Employee Health Clinic.

Duration:

60 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-842 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-842-16005

UW Policy:

APS 10.4 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.04.html

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Scaffold Safety Training - Classroom Register for Class 90 min
NOV 12, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM, Facilities Services Training Center

Description:

This classroom training teaches you how to use a scaffold, recognize hazards associated with various types of scaffolds, and understand the procedures to control or minimize hazards such as electrical hazards, fall hazards, and falling object hazards. The course also addresses handling materials, load carrying capacity and installation of fall protection, and falling object protection systems. This course is not intended to meet the requirements for competency in building/installing scaffolds.

Intended Audience:

This course is initial training for employees who work on a scaffold to 1) recognize hazards associated with the type of scaffold they are using, and 2) understand the procedures to control or minimize the hazards

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Annually

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

90 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-874-20072 http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-874-20072
WAC 296-874-20076 (retraining) http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-874-20076

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Scaffold Safety, Basic - Online (SafetySmart)
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20 min

Description:

This online course will teach you the basics of staying safe while working on scaffolds. This course covers the definition of a scaffold, the potential hazards of working on a scaffold, such as falls, electrocution and scaffold collapse and major hazard control methods. This course is not intended to meet the requirements for competency in building/installing scaffolds. While this course touches on aerial lift safety, it does not meet the training requirement for aerial lifts.

Intended Audience:

Refresher training for employees who work on a scaffold to 1) recognize hazards associated with the type of scaffold they are using, and 2) understand the procedures to control or minimize the hazards

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

As needed, if work hazards change on or around the scaffold or if the worker needs to reestablish proficiency

Prerequisite:

None; intended as an option for refresher training for those who have been to classroom training

Duration:

20 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

WAC 296-874-20076 (retraining) http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC

UW Policy:

APS 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/10.03.html

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Scientific Diving - Hands-On email Varies

Description:

This hands-on course trains researchers with recreational diver certification for scientific diving following the standards of the American Academy of Underwater Sciences. This training includes modules in diving first aid, CPR, oxygen administration, diver rescue, Blue Water diving, and NITROX training.

Intended Audience:

Faculty, staff, and students that need to use SCUBA diving for research

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Quarterly

Prerequisite:

Recreational diving certification; Dive physical

Duration:

Varies

Cost:

The cost of the dive physical could be charged to the department or a student who is not a UW employee

Regulation:

OSHA 29 CFR Part 1910 Subpart T, American Academy of Underwater Sciences Standards http://www.aaus.org
WAC 296-37-510 (retraining) http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-37-510

UW Policy:

UW Diving Safety Manual http://www.ehs.washington.edu/manuals/divingsafetymanualuw.pdf

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Select Agent Program Training for UW - Classroom inquire 2 hrs

Description:

This classroom course trains participants on biosafety, security, information security and incident response pertaining to the UW Select Agent Program. This training meets the federal select agent regulation requirements.

Intended Audience:

Training is required for all UW faculty and staff who have potential to have unescorted access to the select agents.

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Every year

Prerequisite:

Approval from the Responsible Official/Alternate Responsible Official (RO/ARO).

Duration:

2 hours

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Registration:

Complete and submit this form and you will be contacted to arrange training.

Training Records:

Training completion records must be requested from the Select Agent Program Biosafety Officer at ehsbio@uw.edu> and are not available on the My EHS Training online look-up.

Regulation:

49 CFR Part 73, 9 CFR Part 121, 7 CFR Part 331 http://www.selectagents.gov/AboutUS.html

UW Policy:

APS 12.3 http://uw.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS/12.03.html

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Shipping Biological Category B - Online Online Class 30 min

Description:

This online course teaches the requirements for shipping biological materials meeting the DOT classification of Category B infectious substances and includes instructions for packaging, labeling, and preparing shipping papers.

Intended Audience:

Faculty, staff, and students that may need to ship any biological substance Category B materials

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Every three years, per regulation; EH&S recommends it be taken every two years to coincide with other shipping class frequency

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

30 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

49 CFR 172.704 http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2009-title49-vol2

UW Policy:

APS 10.1 and 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS

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Shipping Dangerous Goods in Excepted Quantities - Online Online Class 30 min

Description:

This training covers those materials that can be shipped as a dangerous good in excepted quantities and what cannot, the quantity that can be shipped, how it must be packaged, and the proper package labeling. This classification can save you time and money the next time you ship small quantities of dangerous goods.

Intended Audience:

Faculty, staff, and students who ship only small amounts (under 30ml/1 oz.) of hazardous materials, especially for air cargo shipments

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Every two years

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

30 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

49 CFR 172.704 http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2009-title49-vol2

UW Policy:

APS 10.1 and 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS

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Shipping Dry Ice with Non-Dangerous Goods or Exempt Patient Specimens - Online Online Class 15 min

Description:

This online class meets the US DOT and the International Dangerous Goods regulations for shipping dry ice with non-dangerous goods and Exempt Patient Specimens and provides instructions for packaging, labeling, and shipping papers.

Intended Audience:

Faculty, staff, and students who ship non-dangerous goods or Exempt Patient Specimens packed in dry ice, especially for air cargo shipments

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Every two years

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

15 minutes

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

49 CFR 172.704 http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2009-title49-vol2

UW Policy:

APS 10.1 and 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS

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Shipping Hazardous Materials - Classroom Register for Class 4 hrs
OCT 16, 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM, NJB-1207, Harborview
NOV 14, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM, T-498, Health Sciences Center

Description:

This classroom course discusses the different classes of hazardous materials, tables used in the Department of Transportation (DOT) and International Air Transportation Association (IATA) regulations specifying shipping requirements, and proper documentation. You will learn the proper containers and outer packaging for the specific type of hazardous material as well as labeling and marking requirements for the shipment.

Intended Audience:

Faculty, staff, and students who prepare or ship hazardous materials

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Every two years

Prerequisite:

The class does have a textbook, but you do not need to print it out prior to attending the class. We recommend that you attend the class first before deciding which sections of the class textbook are relevant for the types of materials and methods of transport you ship and only then print them.

Duration:

4 hours

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

UW Policy:

APS 10.1 and 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS

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Shipping Regulated Medical/Biohazardous Waste by Contracted Carrier
  - Classroom
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OCT 16, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM, Room E130B, SLU Building 3.1

Description:

This classroom course teaches how to prepare regulated medical/biohazardous waste for collection by the UW waste contractor, in accordance with the Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements. The class includes hazard awareness, safety procedures, function-specific shipping preparation, and security awareness. This course does not fulfill the required training for shipping biohazardous materials by land or air.

Intended Audience:

Faculty and staff who perform the final packaging steps of untreated regulated medical and biohazardous waste for collection and shipment using the UW waste contractor (Stericycle or Waste Management) for decontamination and disposal offsite

Required:

Yes, for the target audience

Frequency:

Initial, then renew every 3 years to maintain certification

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

1 hour

Cost:

Free to UW personnel

Regulation:

49 CFR 172.704 http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2009-title49-vol2
WAC 296-874-20076 (retraining) http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=296-874-20076

UW Policy:

APS 10.1 and 10.3 http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/APS

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Technical Requirements for Courses

Online training and in-person class registration require your UWNetID and an internet browser.

Accommodations

The University of Washington is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education, and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodation, contact the Disability Services Office at least ten days in advance at 206-543-6450/V, 206-543-6452/TTY, 206-685-7264 (FAX), or email dso@uw.edu.

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