EHS Training Programs
Government Sponsored Training
- Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Training
- Right-To-Know Basic Awareness This program is designed to educate USG employees on the importance and benefits of properly recognizing and safely working with hazardous materials.
- Right-To-Know Chemical Specific Designed to provide safety guidelines for commonly used chemicals in the work place.
- Hazardous Waste Awareness Designed to educate employees on the importance and benefits of properly identifying, handling, and disposing of hazardous wastes.
- Bloodborne Pathogens Designed to provide a basic understanding of bloodborne pathogens, common modes of transmission, and methods of preventing exposure.
- Computer Workstation Ergonomic Training Designed to provide knowledge, skills, and educational tools to help identify potential ergonomic related injuries, recognize ergonomic risk factors, and reduce regionalized risks by using good ergonomic work practices and procedures.
- Library Ergonomic Training for Stacking Designed to provide an awareness of ergonomics and how it applies to handling books in the library.
- Portable Fire Extinguishers Fireextinguisher.com is a program that was created by Brooks Equipment Company as a public service with the intention to provide customers and the general public easy access to useful information related to the application and proper use of fire extinguishers.
- Video Library Health and safety videos available for loan to students, faculty, and staff at University System of Georgia institutions.
- Sustainable Workshops A series of presentations produced in conjunction with the Pollution Prevention Assistance Division (P2AD) that address sustainability issues relevant to USG institutions, such as energy conservation and waste reduction.
- EPA Training directory http://www.trainex.org/epalinks.cfm (Master List)
- Oklahoma State University Training Programs All documentation and certifications for the following training courses are for OSU employees only. However, all visitors to their site are welcome to use these modules as a resource.