Laws and regulations mandate many types of training regarding hazardous materials use, pollution prevention and occupational safety. The type of information you are required to know varies depending on your job. Your supervisor, the office of the Dean, or the office of Environment Health & Safety (EHS) can tell you what types of training are required.

Types of Training

Online Environmental Health & Safety Training

Self-administered EHS courses are available from any campus computer through the new CSU training site CSU Learn

In-person training

Many types of EH&S training can be provided “live” by EH&S and other campus staff. Contact the office of the Dean of Arts & Sciences at x3517, for arrangements.

Arts & Sciences Faculty & Staff Trainings

ONE TIME Training: (unless job scope changes or regulatory need changes)

  1. CSU- Injury and Illness Prevention Program (ALL employees)
  2. Hazardous Waste Training - Cal OSHA (for Instructional faculty)
  3. Carcinogen Safety: if working with specific hazards present

ANNUAL Training: Required for effected faculty/staff

  1. Hazardous Waste Training: PI’s and technical staff required every year
  2. Radiation Safety/Users of Radioactive Materials (no known radiation sources @ CSUCI currently require
  3. Bloodborne Pathogen Awareness- Cal OSHA: Work with blood or body fluids (human or primate), blood borne pathogens, or other potentially infectious material OPIM.
    • Hepatitis B Acknowledgement (ONE TIME Form): Contact A&S at x3517.

EVERY 2 YEARS: For specific faculty/staff working with specific hazards present

  1. Biosafety Level 2 training: work with blood or body fluids (human or primate), blood borne pathogens, or other potentially infectious material and/or Risk Group 2: Contact A&S at x3517.
  2. Animal Care and Use as per IACUC: Contact A&S at x3517.

EVERY 3 YEARS: All applicable Arts & Science faculty

  1. Required trainings provided together at an in-person session: Contact the office of the Dean of Arts & Sciences at x3517
  2. For faculty/staff working with specific responsibilities and/or hazards present:

For questions on accessing the EHS courses, or to review training needs for your area, please contact the office of the Dean of Arts & Sciences at x3517 or email EHS's Health and Safety Manager for arrangements.

Back to Top ↑
©