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SR&S Trainings

****Attention MPPs****

Contact SR&S for guidance on specific training requirements for your employees.

Additional information available at CAL OSHA: CAL OSHA Safety Training Matrix

DVD Trainings are located here. DVD's can be requested by contacting the SR&S office.

Are you looking for a training that we currently do not provide? Please make your suggestions by emailing Humberto Garcia.

Training Descriptions: 

  • Aerial (Scissor) Lift

     This training is designed for those employees who work with scissor lifts within the scope of their employment.

    Recommended: Facilities Employees
    Required: All employees that use this type of equipment.
    Authority >> CCR T8 3648 (1) (7), 3638 & 3657 (i)

    AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

  • Animal Handlers

     This training is conducted to provide awareness of allergies that can possibly be caused by exposure to laboratory animals.

    Recommended: for students that handle laboratory animals for research or instructional purposes.
    Required: All employees that handle laboratory animals for research or instructional purposes.
    Authority >> CCR T8 3203 & the Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee

    Self Administered Training Documents:
    Laboratory Animal Handling
    Teaching Animal Handling
  • Back Safety

    This training is designed for those employees who work in areas where bending and lifting heavy items is an integral part of their job. The class includes warm up exercises and instruction in proper lifting techniques as well as scenarios for on the job problem solving.
    Recommended: Computing, Facilities and Parking Services Employees
    Authority >> CCR T8 3203 (General IIPP)

    Available Upon Request
  • Bloodborne Pathogen Training

    This annual regulatory required training covers all university employees who have the potential for occupational exposures with blood or potentially infectious materials during the course of their job duties. Bloodborne pathogens include, but are not limited to, Hepatitis B, and C and HIV.
    Recommended: Facilities and Student Health Services Employees
    Required: All employees that are exposed to bloodborne pathogen hazards.
    Authority
    >> CCR T8 5193 (5) (C)

    Student Health Services Staff and Invited Guests.

    STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES CONFERENCE ROOM
    Bloodborne Pathogen Self Administered Training - ALL USERS
    Bloodborne Pathogen Awareness and Sharps Disposal Management - ALL USERS

  • Confined Space Training

    For employees that will be encountering confined spaces in their job duties.
    Required: Facility Services employees that are on the confined space team.
    Authority >> CCR T8 5157 (g)
  • CPR/First Aid/AED (Automated External Defibrillator)

    This comprehensive course trains individuals in the workplace to prevent prepare for and respond to workplace emergencies. Participants will learn and practice adult CPR, rescue breathing, choking rescue and first aid skills such as bleeding control, treatment of burns, fractures, shock and seizures. This class also instructs participants in the use of the automated external defibrillator (AED) which can help sustain the life of a victim of sudden cardiac arrest until medical personnel arrive and take over. 

    Presenter: Safety, Risk & Sustainability.
    ***DURING THIS TRAINING YOU WILL SPEND SOME QUALITY TIME ON THE FLOOR PERFORMING THE HANDS ON EXERCISES. IF YOU NEED ANY FLOOR COVERINGS/KNEE CUSHIONS PLEASE BRING THEM WITH YOU. Class is refresher 8-12
    Recommended: All Staff
    Authority >> CCR T8 3400 (b)

    OPEN TO THE CAMPUS (FACULTY, AUXILIARY ORGANIZATIONS, STAFF & STUDENTS)
    REFRESHER TRAINING : $20.00 FEE FOR STUDENTS, EMPLOYEES, SELF SUPPORTS & AUXILIARY ORG STAFF MEMBERS*
    INITIAL TRAINING : $35.00 FEE FOR STUDENTS, SELF SUPPORTS & AUXILIARY ORG STAFF MEMBERS*

    *FEES COVER THE DIRECT COST OF SUPPLIES AND OTHER CHARGES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS TRAINING.

    LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
    Please RSVP by calling x4502

  • Defensive Driving

    The Defensive Driving Program is a state requirement which instructs individuals to drive safely. Any state employee (staff/faculty/volunteer/student employee) who is driving a state vehicle, powered cart or claiming mileage while driving their personal vehicle on university business must complete this program. Successful completion of the Defensive Driver Training Program is required at least once every four (4) years.
    Required: All employees that drive on University Business.
    Authority >> SAM 0752 & 0751

    Defensive Driving Information Page

    Please use the Employee Training Center for the defensive driving schedule. If you have any questions you can call us at 760-750-4502  
  • Emergency Action Plan (EAP)/Emergency Preparedness(EP)

    Emergency Action Plans address the needs of faculty, staff, students, and visitors at specific locations during emergency situations, such as fires, hazardous spills, earthquakes, flooding, explosion, and civil disorder.  The training provides information regarding preparedness and response.  The requirement can be fulfilled by attending IIPP training or through the training provided by the emergency manager.
    Required: all University Employees
    Authority >> CCR T8 3220,


    Training is delivered during New Employee Orientation on the second Tuesday of each month. Contact HR for the next scheduled orientation.

  • Fire Extinguisher

    This training is intended for all campus personnel who are interested in the correct method of extinguishing a fire using the portable fire extinguishers found on campus. The training is comprised of class lecture on different types of fires and the extinguishers available to put them out as well as a "hands on" training where students are able to practice extinguishing a real fire.
    Recommended: employees that use fire extinguishers.
    Required: All employees that are expected to use a Fire Extinguisher.
    Authority >> CCR T8 6151

    OPEN TO THE CAMPUS (FACULTY & STAFF)
    LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
    Please RSVP by calling SR&S at x4502 or srs@csusm.edu

  • First Responder Awareness

    It is intended to train campus personnel who work in hazardous areas in dealing with small emergency spills. The training will also have a "hands on" training that shows a sample spill and how to manage it.
    Recommended: Facilities, Parking Services and University Police Employees.
    Required:
    all employees whose primary scope involves mitigating hazardous material spills.
    Authority >> CCR T8 5192

    FACILITY SERVICES AND INVITED GUESTS
    Please RSVP by calling x4502

  • Food Handlers Certificate

    SR&S sponsors this course which is conducted by an external agency. For clubs and student organizations that are interested in serving food for purchase on campus.
    Authority >> H&S Code 113716 (a)

    $23.00 CASH ONLY

  • Food Service Safety

    For clubs and student organizations that are interested in serving food for purchase on campus.
    Recommended:
    Campus Community
    Authority
    >> H&S Code 113716 (a)

    STUDENT CLUBS - Coming Soon
    CAMPUS COMMUNITY - September/October

  • Hazard Communication & Lab Safety/ Hazardous Waste

    To ensure that employees know the properties and potential safety and health hazards of the materials which they use or to which they are exposed. To ensure laboratory safety operations are applied and users are aware of the hazards.
    Required:
    employees that work with hazardous materials or waste. This training is geared for employees from Facility Services, Laboratories, and Visual Arts personnel.
    Authority
    >> California Code of Regulations Title 8 5194 (b) (1), 5191 (f), Title 22 Section 66265.16

    Register: Faculty, Staff and Students, please register in the Employee Training Center.

    Self Administered Training Documents:
    Hazard Communication & Lab Safety Paper Training

  • HAZWOPER Refresher

    SCIENCE TECHS, SR&S AND INVITED GUESTS
    8:00 AM-5:00 P
    M
  • Heat Illness and Prevention

    This training is provided to employees that work outside for extended periods and may be exposed to Illnesses associated with heat.
    Recommended: Facilities, UP, and Parking Services Employees.
    Required: all employees whose work entails the possibility of heat exposure.
    Authority >> CCR T8 3395

    Available upon request
    Please RSVP by calling x4502 or srs@csusm.edu

    Self Administered Training Documents:

    Heat Illness and Prevention Paper Training
  • Industrial Shop Safety

    The information included in the self administered trainings is designed to adhere to the Cal-OSHA Title 8 Sections referring to the use of machine shop equipment and considered as operational guidelines for working in CSUSM shops. The sections have been written and are enforced for your safety, and as such shall be followed at all times. Designated users are responsible to know and understand all of the operational parameters of the equipment they will be safely working with as well as the housekeeping requirements and any other facility/room specific requirements. If there are questions concerning this training please contact the SR&S personnel shown in the Occupational Safety and Shop Safety Sections or call Ext. 4502.
    Recommended: All CSUSM machine shop equipment users
    Required: All CSUSM machine shop equipment users
    Authority >> Cal-OSHA CCR Title 8 1) §3300, §3301, §3303, §3315, §3317, §3320, §3325, §3328, §3340, §3341, §3380 -3386, §3390, §3400

    Self-Administered Training Documents:
    Industrial Shop Safety

  • Injury Illness & Prevention

    The training covers employee rights & responsibilities in regards to occupational safety, fire safety, emergency preparedness, ergonomics, and other services Safety, Risk & Sustainability provide.
    Required: all University Employees
    Authority >> CCR T8 3203, 5194 (b) (1), 3220 (e),3221(d) & T19 2520
    Injury Illness & Prevention PowerPoint Presentation - for Faculty Center

    * Also available upon request for department meetings
    HR Calendar

    IIPP training is delivered during New Employee Orientation onthe second Tuesday of each month. Contact HR for the next scheduled orientation.

    Space is limited. Please RSVP for Injury Illness & Prevention.

  • Lockout/Tagout/Blockout

    This course provides for procedures for employees who maintain any electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and other energy systems, which could unexpectedly start up and cause injury. Authorized employees will isolate and lock and tag the equipment to warn others that maintenance is occurring and equipment cannot be operated. This training is required for some Facility Services employees. Lockout/blockout means that any energy source whether electrical, hydraulic, mechanical, compressed air, or any other source that might cause unexpected movement must be disengaged or blocked, and electrical sources must be de-energized and LOCKED or positively sealed in the OFF position.
    Recommended: Facilities Employees.
    Required: all employees that are working with the situation described above.
    Authority >> CCR T8 3314 (a)
    AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
    USB CONFERENCE ROOM
  • Overview of Risk Management

    Recommended: Campus Community

    Overview of Risk Management PowerPoint Presentation- Risk Management for Faculty Center

  • Powered Cart Safety

    The University's Powered Cart Safety Program is designed to support the safety needs of those employees and students who either operate or oversee the use of the Electrical Cart Vehicles used throughout campus. This program provides the initial training and safety rules governing the use of powered carts on campus.

    Required: ALL staff and student employees using electrical carts
    Authority >> DOT T49 Sec. 571.500, CFR T29 1910.178 (a) (1), & CCR T8 3650

    The powered cart safety training can now be completed through the Employee Training Center.  For special requests please call 760-750-4502.

  • Radiation Safety Training

    For all users of radioactive material and anyone that works in the areas where radioactive material is permitted.
    Required: **Employees who work with Radioactive Materials**
    Authority
    >> CCR T17, 10CFR 20, & the Radioactive Materials License

    Radiation Safety Forms
    Documentation for New & Continuing Research Assistants

  • Respirator Training

    For all users of respirators on campus for job related activities - this training includes respirator fit testing.
    Required for all operators of respiratory protective equipment
    Authority >> CCR T8 5144

    AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

  • Risk Management & Workers Compensation Training - Designed for employees and supervisors r

    Risk Management is the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling operations of the University to minimize the adverse effects of accidental and avoidable losses without unduly curtailing or modifying activities necessary to the University's mission. Come and learn the 6 steps of effective departmental risk management; 1 - Identification of Risk, 2 - Analysis of Risk, 3 - Managing Risks & Identifying Alternative Techniques, 4 - Selecting Techniques to Manage Risk, 5 - Implementing Risk Management Techniques, 6 - Monitoring and Improving Risk Management.

    Workers' Compensation is an employer paid benefit that provides compensation and medical benefits if you are injured or become ill due to a work-related condition. This includes serious injuries as well as injuries only requiring first aid. Come and learn more about your Workers¿ Compensation benefits.
  • Safety Conference

    This training is provided to meet a broad overview of Safety trainings which include, but are not limited to, Bloodborne Pathogen, Confined Space, Lock Out Tag Out & Hazardous Communications, etc.
    Recommended: for Facilities and Parking Services Employees

    * FACILITY SERVICES ONLY *
    *Contact your supervisor for the class that you are scheduled to attend

  • Sit Safe

    Sit Safe is an ergonomic training program intended to instruct employees on proper ergonomic principles. At the end of the training each employee is prepared to recognize and correct possible ergonomic hazards in their own work areas.
    Recommended: Campus Community

    Please RSVP by calling x4502

  • Subpoena 101

    Help! There's a Process Server in my office. What do I do? This training is designed to inform you of your responsibility when the process server knocks on your door; and how to know what they really want.
    Recommended: Employees who receive Subpoena's

    Subpoena 101 Powerpoint Presentation

    * ALL Employees
    Please RSVP by calling x4502

  • Supervisor/Investigator Safety

    Training is for Supervisors/Investigators working at Cal State San Marcos. It will cover Safety, IIPP, Workers' Compensation and Risk Management. It will also cover the responsibilities and liabilities of Supervisors, Leads and Managers in these subjects.

    As a supervisor, you have the responsibility to:
    1) Provide a Safe Workplace and Assign Safe Work
    You are required by law to take all reasonable precautions to protect your workers from illness or injury.
    2) Provide training and information
    Inform your workers of job hazards and train them to do their jobs safely.
    3) Provide supervision
    You must supervise your workers to ensure that they work safely and use equipment and protective devices properly where required.
    4) What are the penalties for failing to comply with any of these responsibilities?
    People failing to comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act are subject to fines of up to $25,000.

    Recommended: Directors, Managers, Supervisors and Lead Workers

    Please RSVP by calling SR&S at x4502

  • Storm Water Management and Pollution Prevention

    To provide employees with an overview and knowledge of the CSU system of storm water management and pollution prevention goals, strategies, and operations. Required by the State of California to provide the information on the regulatory issues concerning storm water management principals.
    Authority
    >> CCR Title 23 Title 28, and Title 33 under the State Water Resources Control Board along with Regional and Municipal water Districts.
    Recommended for the Campus Community

    Please RSVP by calling x4502

    Self Administered Training Documents:

    PowerPoint Training

  • Trailer and Towing Safety **Under Construction**

    Pleaseview the trailerand towing safety video:
    Trailer and Towing Safety
    *it is recommended that this video be viewed using Internet Explorer*
  • Workstation Ergonomic Training

    This training is intended to provide individuals who are in the process of moving their offices information that will help you evaluate potential risks to the body during the moving operation and typical workstation tasks and practical methods to help relieve strains and fatigue.
    Recommended:
    Employees who are currently involved in departmental moves.
    Authority
    >> CCR T8 5110 (b) (3)
    AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST (to groups of 5 or more).

    OPEN TO THE CAMPUS (FACULTY & STAFF)
    Please RSVP by calling SR&S at x4502 or srs@csusm.edu

    Self Administered Training Powerpoint **Animations requireviewing in slide-show mode**