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Aerial & Scissor-Lift

Category: Safety and Risk Services Department: SRS - Environmental Health and Safety
Description:

This class is designed for Authorized UO employees with job duties that require using aerial-lifts, boom-lifts, man-lifts, and/or scissor-lifts, etc.

Subject matter outlines specific Authorized Operator duties and will include Aerial-Lift definitions, major safety hazards, Authorized Operators, standard Aerial-Lift and Scissor-Lift requirements, safe work practices, pre-operation inspections, workplace inspection, set-up, PPE, safety information, and hands-on department specific equipment use.  Information handouts are given to attendees.

Estimated class length: 1 hour

Prerequisite:

Generally, these employees have been identified by their Supervisors.  Supervisor approval required to attend the training.

Additional Information:

Those attending the class are requested to bring their fall protection equipment (full body harness, lanyard, etc.) to the class in order to participate in the operation of the Lift equipment.  The operation of the equipment is necessary in order to receive your Aerial-Lift and Scissor-Lift Operator training Certification Card.

A training Certification Card will be issued after satisfactory completion of the class, testing, and equipment use evaluation.

$ Session Dates Length Instructor Location Seats Free  
May 2, 2017 1 hr Haily Griffith 1715 Franklin Blvd, Room 271 37 open Registration
May 4, 2017 1 hr Haily Griffith 1715 Franklin Blvd, Room 271 37 open Registration
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Asbestos Awareness

Category: Safety and Risk Services Department: SRS - Environmental Health and Safety
Description:

This training is required for campus personnel identified by their supervisor needing asbestos awareness training.

This course is for general asbestos awareness that includes health effects, locations of asbestos, recognition of deterioration, proper response to fiber release, and housekeeping issues.

Prerequisite:

Only individuals  with supervisor recommendation may take this course.

Additional Information:

Parking:  We would highly recommend you walk from your department, ride your bike, or take the bus/EmX to training.  Parking in the lot by 1715 Franklin Blvd is very limited.  If you must park and have a UO permit, parking spaces may be available in Lot 37 (Columbia Garage, paid parking is available here also) or the lots by Parking and Transportation near Franklin Blvd and Walnut Street.

Questions may be directed to Mike Eldredge, Asbestos Program Manager, at 6-2908 or mikee@uoregon.edu.

$ Session Dates Length Instructor Location Seats Free  
May 2, 2017 1 hr Mike Eldridge 1715 Franklin Blvd, Room 271 37 open Registration
May 4, 2017 1 hr Mike Eldridge 1715 Franklin Blvd, Room 271 40 open Registration
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Basic Laser Safety

Category: Safety and Risk Services Department: SRS - Environmental Health and Safety
Description:

This half-hour online course is designed to provide awareness of the fundamentals of Class 3B (moderate) and 4 (high-power) lasers or laser systems. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable ANSI regulatory requirements. Learner objectives include what a laser is and how a laser works, types and classes of lasers, non-beam laser hazards, biological effects of a laser on the human body, and identification of control measures.

Additional opportunities, including in-person laboratory-specific training, is available by contacting Environmental Health & Safety at 541-346-3192.

$ Session Dates Length Instructor Location Seats Free  
Internet Course 30 minutes Skillsoft on-line Unlimited Registration
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Biosafety Level 2 Training

Category: Safety and Risk Services Department: SRS - Environmental Health and Safety
Description:

This course is recommended for lab members working in Biosafety Level 2 environments, including those handling human cell lines. Topics include standard microbiological practices, use of a biosafety cabinet, waste disposal, emergency and exposure procedures, lab safety & security, and shipping considerations.

Additional Information:

Class size is limited. If you register for this course and are unable to attend, please cancel your reservation.

If you plant to attend a class, please register via Making Tracks; the class will be canceled if there are no registered attendees.

Be sure to arrive on time for the class. Late arrivals will be asked to sign up for the next scheduled time.

Do not attend this class if you are ill. Please cancel your registration and register for another time.

Parking: We highly recommend you walk from your department, ride your bike, or take the bus/EMX to the training. Parking in the lot by 1715 Franklin is very limited. If you must park and have a UO permit, parking spaces may be available in lot 37 (Columbia Garage; paid parking is available here also) or the lots by Parking & Transportation near Franklin Blvd. and Walnut St.

$ Session Dates Length Instructor Location Seats Free  
May 16, 2017 1 hr Hallie Hoskins Franklin Building Room 271 40 open Registration
Aug 17, 2017 1 hr Hallie Hoskins Franklin Building Room 271 40 open Registration
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Bloodborne Pathogens Training

Category: Safety and Risk Services Department: SRS - Environmental Health and Safety
Description:

This training is required for all UO employees with a risk of exposure to human blood or bodily fluids in the course of their jobs.  A more complete list of applicable employees can be found in the Exposure Determination table of the UO Exposure Control Plan.  This training must be provided to employees within 10 working days of job assignment and at least annually thereafter.  (Applicable regulations: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030 and OAR 437, Division 2, Subdivision Z.)

Prerequisite:

The individual will be offered Hepatitis B vaccination at no cost, as required by law.  If the employee accepts vaccination, a departmental index number must be provided.  The total cost of the vaccine series is approximately $165 at the University Health Center.

Additional Information:

More information on the UO Bloodborne Pathogens Program can be found at: http://ehs.uoregon.edu/bloodborne-pathogens

Class size is limited.  If you register for this course and are unable to attend, please cancel your reservation.

If you plan to attend a class, please register via Making Tracks; the class will be canceled if there are no registered attendees.

Be sure to arrive on time for the class.  Late arrivals will be asked to sign up for the next scheduled time.

Do not attend this class if you are ill.  Please cancel your registration and register for another time.

Parking:  We would highly recommend you walk from your department, ride your bike, or take the bus/EMX to the training.  Parking in the lot by 1715 Franklin is very limited.  If you must park and have a UO permit, parking spaces may be available in lot 37 (Columbia Garage, paid parking is available here also) or the lots by Parking and Transportation near Franklin Blvd and Walnut Street.

Questions may be directed to Hallie Hoskins, Biosafety Officer, at hallieh@uoregon.edu

$ Session Dates Length Instructor Location Seats Free  
May 2, 2017 45 mins Luke Sitts 1715 Franklin Blvd, Room 271 36 open Registration
May 4, 2017 45 mins Luke Sitts 1715 Franklin Blvd, Room 271 40 open Registration
May 15, 2017 45 mins Luke Sitts 1715 Franklin Room 271 35 open Registration
Jun 6, 2017 45 mins Luke Sitts 1715 Franklin Room 271 40 open Registration
Jun 19, 2017 45 mins Luke Sitts 1715 Franklin Room 271 40 open Registration
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Fall Protection and Ladder Safety

Category: Safety and Risk Services Department: SRS - Enterprise Risk Services
Description:

This training is designed to help employees identify fall hazards and develop strategies to prevent falls from the identified hazards.  The focus of the class will be on identifying hazards and using the hierarchy of hazard controls to eliminate or control the fall hazard.  This class will include a hands-on portion where participants can try on harnesses and inspect fall protection equipment.  In addition, this class will review ladder selection, set up and use.

This class is required for any employees who are exposed to potential falls from an elevated surface.  In addition, this class is required for all employees who wear a fall protection harness, fall restraint, employees who use aerial lifts (boom lifts), employees who use scissors lifts and for employees who use ladders.

Additional Information:

If you have a fall protection harness and lanyard, please bring it to the class.

$ Session Dates Length Instructor Location Seats Free  
May 2, 2017 1 hr and 30 mins Haily Griffith 1715 Franklin Blvd, Room 271 34 open Registration
May 4, 2017 1 hr and 30 mins Haily Griffith 1715 Franklin Blvd, Room 271 40 open Registration
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Hand Injury Prevention

Category: Safety and Risk Services Department: SRS - Environmental Health and Safety
Description:

Hands and fingers are among the most injured body parts for UO employees.  This class is designed for employees who use both powered and manual hand tools.  It will cover the hazards associated with these tools, common injuries that occur, primary causes of hand injuries and how to prevent them.  

Additional Information:

Parking:  We would highly recommend you walk from your department, ride your bike, or take the bus/EMX to the training.  Parking in the lot by 1715 Franklin is very limited.  If you must park and have a UO permit, parking spaces may be available in lot 37 (Columbia Garage, paid parking is available here also) or the lots by Parking and Transportation near Franklin Blvd and Walnut Street.

$ Session Dates Length Instructor Location Seats Free  
May 2, 2017 1 hr Haily Griffith 1715 Franklin Blvd. Rm. 271 23 open Registration
May 5, 2017 1 hr Haily Griffith 1715 Franklin Blvd. Rm. 271 39 open Registration
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Lead Awareness

Category: Safety and Risk Services Department: SRS - Environmental Health and Safety
Description:

This training is required annually for staff that impact painted surfaces during their job tasks.  This course is for general lead awareness that includes uses of lead, potential lead exposures, health effects, preventing lead exposures and using lead safe work practices

Additional Information:

Parking:  We would highly recommend you walk from your department, ride your bike, or take the bus/EMX to the training.  Parking in the lot by 1715 Franklin is very limited.  If you must park and have a UO permit, parking spaces may be available in lot 37 (Columbia Garage, paid parking is available here also) or the lots by Parking and Transportation near Franklin Blvd and Walnut Street.

$ Session Dates Length Instructor Location Seats Free  
May 2, 2017 1 hr Mike Eldredge 1715 Franklin Blvd. Rm. 271 29 open Registration
May 5, 2017 1 hr Mike Eldredge 1715 Franklin Blvd. Rm. 271 39 open Registration
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Radiation Safety Refresher

Category: Safety and Risk Services Department: SRS - Environmental Health and Safety
Description:

Refresher training is required for radiation workers and authorized users every three years. Course content is presented on-line using a Skillsoft package. Completion is tracked electronically and tied to a user's DuckID identification.

Procedures and requirements specific to the University of Oregon must also be reviewed, and are found in the Radiation Safety Manual.

Prerequisite:

Basic Radiation Safety

$ Session Dates Length Instructor Location Seats Free  
Internet Course 1 hour Skillsoft on-line Unlimited Registration
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Risk Summit

Category: Safety and Risk Services Department: SRS - Enterprise Risk Services
Description:

Interested in learning more about managing risk at the University?  Join us at the 4th Annual Risk Summit!

UO Risk Management is hosting a one-day seminar facilitated with campus partners to provide a series of interactive, collaborative workshops and discussions.  The seminar topics include:

  • Top Risks from Strategic Enterprise Risk Management Committee
  • New Policy: Protection of Minors on Campus - What you need to know
  • Information Security: How to Protect Yourself and the University
  • Navigating the Web of UO Policies
  • Tackling Insurance and PCS Contracts
  • Business Continuity Planning
  • Three Lines of Defense and Fraud Awareness
  • Injury Reporting and Workers' Compensation
  • Reducing Liability: Waivers and Volunteer Forms

Join us for a day of learning, dialogue and networking.  Your participation and contributions are an integral part of UO's success. Lunch will be provided.

Additional Information:

If you would like more information or have questions, please contact the Office of Risk Management at 541-346-8316, or riskmanagement@uoregon.edu.

$ Session Dates Length Instructor Location Seats Free  
Jun 8, 2017 7 hrs Campus Partners EMU - 244, Ballroom 22 open Registration
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Spill Awareness

Category: Safety and Risk Services Department: SRS - Environmental Health and Safety
Description:

This class is designed for employees who work around or use equipment with oil, hydraulic oil and fuel.  It will cover recognizing environmental hazards and steps to take if you see a spill. 

Additional Information:

Parking:  We would highly recommend you walk from your department, ride your bike, or take the bus/EMX to the training.  Parking in the lot by 1715 Franklin is very limited.  If you must park and have a UO permit, parking spaces may be available in lot 37 (Columbia Garage, paid parking is available here also) or the lots by Parking and Transportation near Franklin Blvd and Walnut Street.

$ Session Dates Length Instructor Location Seats Free  
May 2, 2017 1 hr Jeremy Chambers 1715 Franklin Blvd. Rm. 271 29 open Registration
May 5, 2017 1 hr Jeremy Chambers 1715 Franklin Blvd. Rm. 271 40 open Registration