EH&S Lab Safety Training

Course Name

Course Structure

Description

Chemical Hygiene Plan: Lab Staff

Online course
UF_EHS861_OLT

Focuses on the importance of the Chemical Hygiene Plan (CHP) specific to a UF lab, provides step-by-step instructions to create a CHP and the responsibilities of implementing the CHP.  Email Mark Yanchisin for details.

Chemical Hygiene Plan: PI’s

Online course
UF_EHS860_OLT

Includes the importance of the Chemical Hygiene Plan (CHP) specific to your lab at UF and the responsibilities as a Principal Investigator (PI) to ensure the accuracy and availability of the CHP to anyone working in your lab.  Email Mark Yanchisin for details.

Hazardous Waste Management

Live Class
UF_EHS809_ILT
Online course
UF_EHS809_OLT

Required initially and annually for all employees who generate or manage hazardous waste in labs and satellite areas on UF’s main campus as well as at IFAS Research and Education Centers.  Weekly instructor-led sessions offered for lab or waste managers.  Online course offered for non-lab and non-waste managers or as refresher for live ILT.  Check myTraining for current schedule or email Matt Doty for more details.

Lab Safety Actions & Reactions

Online course
UF_EHS862_OLT

Focuses on importance of applying general lab safety rules and regulations in a laboratory. Emphasizes significance of recognizing and utilizing the site-specific Chemical Hygiene Plan implemented in the laboratory in conjunction with general lab safety rules and regulations.  Email Mark Yanchisin for details.

Lab Safety Overview

Live Class
UF_EHS864_ILT

Designed for all personnel who perform scientific duties in a lab setting.  Reviews general lab safety information including chemical, biological and hazardous waste storage, handling and disposal as well as the UF Chemical Hygiene Plan.  Email  Mark Yanchisin for next live class if not listed in myTraining.
New Researcher Overview of EH&S

Online course
UF_EHS863_OLT

Designed for UF principal investigators, lab managers and lab staff for overview of EH&S resources and programs that support all elements of laboratory safety.  Email  Mark Yanchisin for more information.