- Risk Management and Internal Control
- Compliance & Internal Control
- INSURANCE & RISK MANAGEMENT CLAIMS
- Environmental Health & Safety
- Asbestos & Lead
- Biological Safety
- Chemical Safety
- Diving & Boating Safety
- Drinking Water
- EHS Forms
- EHS Training
- Environmental Protection
- Fire & Life Safety
- Hazardous Waste
- Industrial Safety
- Injury & Illness Prevention Program
- Laboratory Safety
- Medical Monitoring
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Radiation Safety
- Safety Concern
- Safety Data Sheets
- Safety Tips
- Storm Water Protection
- Traffic & Pedestrian Safety
- Automatic External Defibrillator Program
- Emergency Management and Resources
- Support Services
- Off Campus Resources
Each job will require its own set of health and safety training. An employee must receive health and safety training at time of hire, when transferred to a new assignment having a new hazard or exposure, or whenever a new hazard or exposure is introduced into the workplace. It is the supervisor's responsibility to contact EHS to verify what training an employee may need to complete.
New Employee Training Checklist outlines initial information and training a new employee needs to complete within the first 30 days of employment.
Casual Workers, Special Consultants and other employees who do not have a NetID are required to read and sign the Safety Orientation documents below when meeting with Human Resources to complete paperwork for new employees, in lieu of completing the courses outline on the New Employee Training Checklist.
- Safety Orientation Handout
- New Employee Training Checklist
CSULearn is the online learning management training system used to track EHS regulatory required training. If you are having trouble logging into the system, please submit a ticket with the Service Desk or contact them at 510-885-HELP (5-4357).
Campus employees are welcome to complete any courses that interest them.