We connect users with a variety of essential online training sessions, with options specifically designed for individuals working with or around chemicals in a lab setting, employees who could be reasonably anticipated to come into contact with blood, facilities maintenance personnel, and individuals performing hot work.
Annual Lab Safety Training
This training satisfies the annual training requirement for DU personnel working with or around chemicals in laboratories. The online training will take approximately one hour to complete. Lab Safety training is offered through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative. You will need to register on the C.I.T.I. website and create an account and password associated with the University of Denver. Once you have an account, go to "Main Menu/My Courses", then to "Add a Course" in the "My Learner Tools for University of Denver" box, and scroll down to "Question 4" - Laboratory Safety. Select "yes", and scroll down to "submit". You can now take the course and quiz.
This OSHA-required annual training covers all employees who could be "reasonably anticipated", as the result of performing their job duties, to face contact with blood and/or other potentially infectious materials. Bloodborne pathogens training is offered through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative. Follow the same steps as described above with Laboratory Safety Training to create an account and choose a course.
Facilities Day 1 Safety Training
Training Link: Facilities Day 1 Safety Training
This training is for Facilities Maintenance and Grounds personnel to be taken on the first day of employment. A live, more comprehensive training is offered once a month. Both this training and the live training are mandatory.
Facilities Day 1 Safety Training Quiz
Appendix D (voluntary respirator use)
Training Link: Hot Work
All DU staff and contractors performing Hot Work or supervising Hot Work must complete this training. At the end of the training, you will be given a link to a short quiz. Once completed, print out the certificate and send it to the EHS office via fax at 303-871-4455 or the Mary Reed Building, 2199 S. University Blvd, Denver CO 80208, room 418.