The Department of Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) offers a wide range of classroom and web-based training programs designed to educate University faculty, staff, and students, as well as reinforcing safe and compliant work practices in our research and building operations. Most of these EH&S training programs are required by state and/or federal laws and regulations. Schools and departments are responsible for identifying personnel who require training and ensuring completion. They can do so using the EH&S Training Management System, which allows them to track and keep record of all requirements. Our staff is available to assist with all inquiries, assessments and reporting.
Training Management System (TMS):
EH&S provides a one-stop location for all of your training service needs. This system allows each school and/or department’s designated “Training Manager(s)” to seamlessly track and maintain their EH&S training requirements. In addition, once added to their respective training roster, trainees are able to track and monitor their own training requirements, access web-based trainings and register for classroom trainings.
In order to gain access to the new training system, you are required to be on a roster. If you have difficulty signing in or accessing required training, please work with your lab (PI or LSA) to be added to the lab roster.
If you have any questions – please refer to "Lab Trainee Frequently Asked Questions", contact your local EHS Lab Safety Advisor or email email@example.com for assistance.