EHS 3000 SERIES- Refresher

The 3000 Series consists of refresher or skills assessment trainings that need to be taken on an annual basis or some trainings that are noted, are required every two or three years for recertification. These are trainings that are only mandatory if you are required to take their prerequisite. You can check if your job is required to attend any of these trainings by using the Safety Training Matrix Flowchart.

EHS 3004 Electrical Safety Training - 3-year Refresher

This refresher course is required to be taken every three years for those who have attended the EHS 2004 training. It will refresh participants on recognizing the hazards of electricity. It encompasses safety practices to avoid or be aware of electrical blast, electrocution, short circuits, overloads, ground faults and electrical fires. All persons who install, maintain, repair or work near electrical powered equipment will benefit from electrical safety training. It is required for those employees. Employees required to take this training are also required to take EHS 2031 CPR and AED Safety.

EHS 3006 Hazardous Communication Refresher

All employees who have previously had EHS 2006 Hazardous Communication prior to June 2012 are required to take this course only if updates to the Hazardous Communication Standard implemented by OSHA are made. It explores the routes of chemical entry into the body, define various categories of chemical hazards, interpret warning labels, interpret information commonly found in a Safety Data Sheet (SDS), and identify types of controls commonly used to reduce or eliminate contact with hazardous materials in the workplace.

EHS 3015 Bloodborne Pathogens Refresher

The acknowledgment of bloodborne pathogens is not only important in a healthcare setting but as well as other departments around campus. This is an annual refresher that is required for all employees who have attended the EHS 2015 Bloodborne Pathogens Training. It will provide a basic review of bloodborne pathogens, prevention of occupational exposure and exposure follow-up. This course is for custodial and other employees and staff who manage or clean up spills of human blood or other potentially infectious materials.

EHS 3023 Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) - 3-year Refresher

Injuries resulting from the failure to control hazardous energy sources during normal work activities can be serious or fatal. This refresher that is required to be taken every three years, provides employees with the appropriate lockout/tagout (LOTO) practices and procedures used to prevent the release of hazardous energy. This training is required for electricians, plumbers, HVAC or any personnel who work on or around de-energized systems (electrical, steam, pressure, hydraulic, mechanical, pneumatic or other) to conduct maintenance or repair work on systems. You must take EHS 2023 before attending this course.

EHS 3024 Scissor and Boom Lift Skills Assessment

This training is for specialized pieces of equipment that require qualified operators to be evaluated on the use of equipment. This hands-on course is for all employees who operate Scissor and Boom lifts and covers inspection and safe operation of the lifts.

EHS 3025 Powered Industrial Trucks (Fork lift) Operations - 3-year Refresher  

Little liftThis course is required to be taken every three years by employees who were required to take EHS 2025 Powered Industrial Trucks Operation training. This hands-on course is for all employees who operate forklifts covers inspection and safe operation of powered industrial trucks. It will teach you about the operational differences between a car and a forklift, power sources, capabilities, stability and carbon monoxide hazards when operating propane or diesel trucks inside buildings, while be assessed by an instructor.

EHS 3031 CPR and AED Safety - 2-year Refresher

It is very important to stay up to date and refresh skills you have already obtained for the use of CPR and AED. This program refreshes the principles of basic life support for adults. It gives you the latest guidelines for CPR and emergency cardiac care, starting with how to assess the scene of an emergency and take stock of the victim's condition. The course details how to perform one-rescuer CPR and rescue breathing, and how to manage choking in a conscious person. It also addresses infection control.

EHS 3039 Medical and First Aid - 3-year Refresher

Basic first aid training teaches how to properly apply first aid skills to save lives and reduce recovery time. This course recertifies you on how to respond to breathing emergencies, identifying and caring for bleeding, sudden illness and injuries and techniques for preventing disease transmission. It also addresses infection control.

EHS 3042 NFPA 70E Safety Training - 3-year Refresher

This course needs to be taken every three years after attending the initial EHS 2042 training. The aim of this program is to provide comprehensive on-site training to high-risk workers (i.e. skilled trades and maintenance workers) to help the prevention of serious injuries from electrical hazards at their worksites. Participants will develop understanding of the requirements of OSHA and NFPA, 70E and will be able to identify and reduce or eliminate electrical safety hazards in their workplace. Electrical safe work practices including electrical safety principles, guidelines for qualification of personnel, job planning requirements and management and personal responsibility will be covered. Employees required to take this training are also required to take EHS 3031 CPR and AED Safety Refresher.

EHS 3044 Drivers Improvement Program (DIP) Refresher (in-class)

This four-hour training is required every three years used to refresh employees who have completed the EHS 2044 DIP training on the latest risk-reducing driving techniques. During the course you will see that the art and science of driving continue to evolve. Being that some of yesterday’s techniques are now obsolete, this training will provide the new more advance techniques to improve your driving skills.

EHS 3054 APR Respirator Training Refresher

Any employee or student who wears an APR respirator in the workplace is required to attend this annual refresher. An air-purifying respirator uses filters, cartridges, or canisters to remove contaminants from the air you breathe. This course will refresh you the basics of respiratory protection and how to use it on the job. It will cover potential inhalation hazards, the different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test a respirator mask, and respirator care and maintenance. This course is followed by a scheduled respirator fit-testing that must be passed before the use of a respirator is authorized.

EHS 3056 Asbestos O&M

This his 2-day OSHA Asbestos Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Initial Training Course (OSHA Class III) is designed for custodial and maintenance individuals who perform duties where asbestos-containing material (ACM) is likely to be disturbed. This course includes hands-on activities and provides an in depth understanding of asbestos, health effects, personal protective equipment, work practices and regulatory requirements. This asbestos operations and maintenance initial course fulfills training requirements for OSHA Class III work, for OSHA Competent Person for Classes III and IV, and AHERA O&M requirements.

EHS 3055 Asbestos Awareness Refresher

This training is for maintenance and custodial staff involved in cleaning and minor maintenance tasks where ACM may be accidentally disturbed. The training will cover background information on asbestos, health effects, and worker protection programs, locations of ACM in building, recognition of ACM damage and deterioration and the operation and maintenance programs for the campus.

EHS 3060 WPS Pesticide Refresher

This training will provide basic pesticide safety information to untrained workers before they enter a pesticide-treated area on the establishment. You will be provided the basic pesticide safety information in order to work with or around pesticides correctly to prevent pesticides from entering your body. The training will run through the correct clothing options to wear when working with the chemicals, how to wash/shower after, how pesticides can drift during the application and what to do if they enter into the body.