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Initial lab-specific CHP training must be provided and documented prior to starting work in a research laboratory involved in the laboratory use of hazardous chemicals. CHP training must include a review of the lab-specific CHP, hazard assessments, standard operating procedures (SOPs), and any other protocols or requirements in their entirety. In addition, CHP refresher training must be completed annually. CHP refresher training must include a review of the laboratory-specific CHP as well as chemical spill and laboratory emergency procedures. See the Chemical Hygiene Plan for specific requirements.
CHP refresher training must be completed annually. CHP refresher training must include a review of the laboratory-specific CHP as well as chemical spill and laboratory emergency procedures. See the Chemical Hygiene Plan for specific requirements.
Training must be provided for all individuals in contact with or using compressed gases. Compressed gas cylinder handling and management awareness training is available on request. This awareness training only covers basic safety awareness and should not be considered adequate training for working with any specific compressed gas. The PI or supervisor must provide hazard specific training for the gas(es) in use covering:
This training must be provided for all exposed individuals. This is a one-hour training provided by REM and must be completed upon assignment and annually thereafter. Contact REM staff for more information.
All irradiator users must successfully complete this training. This training discusses the safety and operational issues associated with the unit. Retraining is completed on a 2-year basis, and is available online.
This training provides employees with awareness level information concerning hazardous materials shipments, regulations and associated protocols at Purdue University. REM can assist by providing shipment services for regulated hazardous materials. Additional training can be provided to those who regularly ship dry ice. More information about shipping hazardous materials with REM is available on the Shipping Hazardous Materials webpage.
This training provides basic laboratory safety training for individuals working with recognized hazards in the laboratory. The training covers mainly chemical hazards, but is appropriate for all individuals that work in research laboratories. It should be completed prior to starting work in the laboratory. Each trainee must complete the following modules and take the exams to receive training credits:
The laser safety training course is designed to instruct users of Class 3B and Class 4 laser systems on required topics as established by ANSI Z136.1 - 2014.Laser Safety Refresher Training is required every two years for laser users.
This safety training is for general liquid nitrogen use as well as container filling,management and transport. Topics covered include; characteristics and hazards, personal protective equipment, exposure, containers, safety procedures.
This training must be provided to individuals who service and maintain machines and equipment in which the unexpected energization or startup of the machines or equipment, or release of stored energy could cause injury to employees. REM provides this training to affected individuals upon assignment with refresher training annually. Contact REM staff for more information.
This training must be provided to individuals who service and maintainmachines and equipment in which the unexpected energization or startup of the machines or equipment, or release of stored energy could cause injury to employees. Refresher training done annually. Contact REM staff for more information.
The number one injury caused by manual material handling is low backinjury. What particular activities lead to low back pain? What types oflow back pain are there? This Informative training is a good addition toother manual material handling workshops.
This training is required for all affected employees. The supervisor is responsible for providing this training. It should cover the PPE required for specific job tasks and be performed upon assignment to those tasks or when PPE requirements change. Contact REM if you would like assistance.
Women who are pregnant and are in areas where radioactive materials or ionizing radiation-producing equipment are used may wish to declare their pregnancy to the Radiation Safety Office. To do this, the worker must complete this training. You may visit our Pregnancy & Radiation web page to obtain additional information.Declared Pregnant Worker Training is done by appointment only. Contact staff tosign up.
All users of unsealed radioactive materials (i.e. "open sources") are required to successfully complete the online training, as well as an additional 1 hour classroomsession.The classroom training schedule is only available to those who have completedthe on-line training. Applicants will be prompted to sign up for the classroom session upon successful completion of the training. Please contact for any questions.The "Radiation Safety Retraining" course requires completion every 2 years for these same users, and is available online.
This training applies only to those who exclusively use sealed sources; isotope users must go through the complete radiation safety training course. This training focuses on important sealed source information such as sealed source and laboratory security, periodic leak testing, and inventory.This initial training is available in online. You will need to submit the Form A-4 to the REM office; to send the form in campus mail, address it to...Radiation Safety/REM/HAMP.Retraining is completed on a 2-year basis, and is also available online.
This training applies only to those who exclusively use sealed sources; isotope usersmust go through the complete radiation safety training course. This training focuses on important sealed source information such as sealed source and laboratory security, periodic leak testing and inventory.Retraining is completed on a 2-year basis, and is available online.
This training must be provided for all individuals utilizing scaffolding as a jobrequirement. This is a two-hour training provided by REM and must be completed upon assignment and annually thereafter. Contact REM staff for more information.
This training provides a basic knowledge of how to recognize shop hazards and how to use administrative and engineering controls, personal protective equipment, and safe work practices to reduce the risk of shop-related injuries and hazardous exposures. REM provides this training through Vivid LMS and should be taken before any work is performed and annually as a refresher.
When hazardous materials are offered for transport by a commercial carrier like FedEx or UPS, the shipment becomes regulated the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) and/or international agencies (IATA, ICAO). To comply with shipping regulations, hazardous materials must be properly classified, packaged, documented and handled by trained employees. Failure to meet these requirements may result in delays, loss of research samples and potential regulatory fines.REM can assist by either providing shipment services, or if necessary, training personnel on the proper shipping procedures for regulated hazardous materials. REM does not charge for shipment preparation or training services. However, the Researcher is responsible for the cost of proper packaging materials, dry ice(if applicable) and shipping costs.
This training covers health effects, control plans, job tasks, restricted areas, exposure assessment, and medical surveillance for employees that work with or generate respirable crystalline silica.
In accordance with 40 CFR Part 273, training is required for all personnel handling or managing Universal waste batteries at the University. Universal waste batteries include the following types of rechargeable batteries, all nickel-cadmium (Ni-Cad), lithium-ion, sealed lead-acid, and mercury-oxide batteries. The following guidelines will describe proper handling, storage, disposal, and emergency procedures appropriate to "Universal Waste Batteries" at the University.
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This program provides training leading to certification by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP). It is designed for the person who has some work experience , and prepares for entry level positions in the transportation, logistics and distribution industry. It includes four modules plus job search and workplace skills training. The program is 180 hours long. Job development and counseling are also provided. 2b1af7f3a8