Annual safety training required for all Faculty and Staff.* Be sure to complete and submit the quiz after watching the training video.
*FCS maintenance, FCS utilities, FCS construction, FCS landscaping, Athletics Maintenance, and Athletics Turf employees are not required to complete this training.
Annual OSHA Training for FCS maintenance, FCS utilities, FCS construction, FCS landscaping, Athletics Maintenance, and Athletics Turf employees.
Initial and annual training for custodial workers within Facilities and Campus Services.
Individuals enrolled in the Wake Forest University Blood Borne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan are required to complete this training prior to commencing duties where there is a potential for exposure.
*If you need additional assistance or have questions after completing the training, please contact EHS at 336.758.EHAS (3427) or at email@example.com.
Individuals responsible for packaging, labeling, or shipping biohazardous materials are required to be trained once every three years. This includes biohazardous waste and biohazardous samples.
*Competency must be shown by completing the quiz after watching the video.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has established standards for identification of chemical hazards in the work place. All employees whose work involves the use, storage, and/or receipt of chemical products are required to complete training & certification.
Employees in the following Departments are required to complete this training:
University faculty, staff & students who generate or handle hazardous waste or work with any type petroleum products (oil) are required to complete Hazardous Waste & SPCC training within two weeks of hire date. Current staff are required to complete the training as a refresher on an annual basis. Be sure to submit the certification for course completion!
Training for individuals handling or maintaining oil bearing equipment on campus.
Annual training for all employees enrolled in the University Hearing Conservation Program. Training includes the effects of noise on hearing, the purpose of hearing protectors, the advantages, disadvantages, various types, and instructions on selection, fitting, use, and care,
The following powerpoint presentation should be viewed by those instructed to do so by the EHS Department.
Upon completion of the powerpoint presentation, take the following quiz. Be sure to submit upon finishing.
Contact the EHS Department for information regarding the University Hearing Conservation program.
Based on potentials for respiratory hazards, this comprehensive standard was developed to protect Wake Forest University employees who may be required to wear respirators during the course of their work.
This training video must be reviewed and certified prior to using a respirator. All respirator users must first enroll in the WFU Respiratory Protection Program and receive medical clearance. This includes individuals requesting to use N-95 mask.
Required medical clearance to wear a respirator is handled through the EHS Department. Call Bridget Marrs at x3427 for information. Remember, you may not wear a respirator until medically cleared.
If you decide to wear a respirator that is not required for your work environment, you must first complete the Voluntary Use Form and return to the EHS Department.
The following documents describe proper technique to don the respirator you have been assigned.
Mold training provided by the EPA, for all Maintenance, Custodial, & Residence Life & Housing staff. Be sure to complete and submit the quiz after you have watched the training video. Be sure to submit the certification for course completion!