Ergonomics : Materials Distribution

Description:

This course is a campus offering for work units without a unit-specific course. Consult your supervisor and exposure control plan to determine what Bloodborne Pathogens for Operations – Awareness course is required and how it is delivered for unit tracking.

Audience

Operations staff with materials distribution responsibilities

Register:
https://canvas.wisc.edu/courses/71552/modules/items/1152464

Bloodborne Pathogens for Operations – Spill Response & Cleanup

Description:

This course is a campus offering for work units without a unit-specific course. Consult your supervisor and exposure control plan to determine what Bloodborne Pathogens for Operations – Spill Response & Cleanup course is required and how it is delivered for unit tracking.

Audience

Operational (non-research, non-clinical) employees with spill response & cleanup responsibilities

Register:
https://canvas.wisc.edu/courses/71552/modules/items/1122411

Bloodborne Pathogens for Operations – Awareness

Description:

This course is a campus offering for work units without a unit-specific course. Consult your supervisor and exposure control plan to determine what Bloodborne Pathogens for Operations – Awareness course is required and how it is delivered for unit tracking.

Audience

Operational (non-research, non-clinical) employees with exposure risk and without cleanup responsibilities

Register:
https://canvas.wisc.edu/courses/71552/modules/items/1102894

Medical Laser Safety Training

Description:

Medical Laser Safety Training is designed for those who use lasers in a clinical setting.

A score of 80% or better is required to pass this course.

Audience

Class 3B and 4 clinical laser users at School of Veterinary Medicine

Prerequisite:
None
Renewal:
None
Register:
https://go.wisc.edu/6q6d61

Laser Safety Training

Description:

Laser Safety Training is required for all users of Class 3B and 4 lasers. This basic laser safety course, developed by the Department of Energy, covers the fundamentals of laser operation, potential hazards associated with lasers, and ways to control the hazards. You must complete embedded quizzes at the end of each section.

YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ACCESS THE DOE FINAL EXAM because you do not have access to the Fermilab learning management system. To get credit for the course, complete the quiz in Canvas.

Before beginning laser work, complete this course, notify ORS at lasersafety@wisc.edu and obtain a baseline eye exam from UHS Occupational Medicine. Call 608-265-5610 to schedule an appointment.

Audience

Class 3B and 4 laser users

Prerequisite:
None
Renewal:
None
Register:
https://go.wisc.edu/lm7123

Getting Started With EHSA

Description:

New to EHSA, or having trouble navigating the EHSA database as you manage your radioactive materials inventory? If so, this course is for you. It is meant to be a helpful reference guide, therefore it is not officially tracked, though there is opportunity to give feedback at the end. ORS appreciates your comments and suggestions.

You will learn how to use each icon on your EHSA Home page, and more importantly, you will become adept at managing your radioactive materials inventory.

Prerequisite:
None
Renewal:
None
Register:
https://canvas.wisc.edu/enroll/CYTXHW

Radiation Safety 101A: Non-Human Clinical Research and Veterinary Medicine

Description:

After successful completion of this course, you will be a certified Radiation Worker at UW-Madison. This course consists of three modules that will introduce you to basic radiation safety principles, X-ray safety for users of clinical x-ray devices, and use of radioactive materials in animals. You will take a quiz and must score 80% or better to pass.

If you will use radioactive materials in animals, you must also complete the in-person Radiation Safety 101, Part II. RS 101 Part II is offered at 30 East Campus Mall and at WIMR. It covers practical aspects of our program and safe use of radionuclides in the laboratory. This in-person training is mandatory for all radioactive materials users at UW-Madison.

Audience

Radiation Workers at School of Veterinary Medicine (Clinical)

Prerequisite:
None
Renewal:
Radiation Safety 102 – annual refresher training is required of radioactive materials users each year in October
Register:
https://go.wisc.edu/a53w3q

Radiation Safety 106: X-ray Devices

Description:

This online course is designed to give a general understanding of the fundamentals of X-rays, potential hazards associated with x-ray devices, and methods to control the hazards.

Audience

X-ray Workers (non clinical)

Register:
https://go.wisc.edu/i47f9t

Radiation Safety 102: Annual Refresher Training for Radiation Workers

Description:

This mandatory annual refresher course covers a variety of radiation safety topics on a rotating basis and is intended for personnel who have been previously certified to work with radioactive material on the UW-Madison campus. It is an online module followed by a short quiz. A score of 80% is required to pass.

Topics focus on safe work practices and regulatory compliance obligations.

Audience

Radiation Workers

Prerequisite:
Radiation Safety 101 Parts 1 and 2
Renewal:
Annually in October. Please complete by October 31
Register:
https://go.wisc.edu/5g6698