Landscapers Training Schedule

Welcome to the Safety and Environmental Web-based Training Program at the University of San Francisco


Attention:

If you have been recently hired, you are required to complete the following trainings within 10 days of being hired:

  1. Hazard Communication - GHS and Your Right to Know Training
  2. Asbestos Awareness Training
  3. Back Safety Training
  4. Ladder Safety Training
  5. Noise and Hearing Conservation Training
  6. Respiratory Protection Training
  7. Forklift Operator Safety Training
  8. Fall Protection in Construction Training
  9. Bloodborne Pathogen - General Training
  10. Aerial Lift Safety

The computer workstations, either in the Parts Room or Gleeson Library, can be used as the primary place for facilities employees to complete web-based safety training along with the computers in the facilities parts room.

Each course has a unique URL. Type the entire url into your computer's browser. You will be asked to enter your first name, last name, email address and title in order to enter the training. This information is saved and used for reporting. If you are having difficulty accessing and logging into the training site, please contact your supervisor.

The web-based training module is an audio narration of a slide show. Therefore the computer you use to complete the training must have working speakers and /or an audio jack with headphones attached.

When you have finished the training you must complete a quiz. There will be a button in the upper right-hand corner entitled, 'preview quiz'. Click on this button to begin. You may review the material before clicking on this button.

Please fell free to contact your supervisor or Environmental Safety if a concept is unclear. Our goal is to improve safety by putting into practice the concepts and principles learned through this training.

Good luck!

Important: You must review the material and complete the quiz in the same session for the time you spend training to be recorded accurately.

Please account for your time using assetworks/aim while taking the safety training course.


Current Training Below:

*Training Placeholder*

Hazard Communication - GHS and Your Right to Know Training

Asbestos Awareness Training

Back Safety Training

Ladder Safety Training

Noise and Hearing Conservation Training

Respiratory Protection Training

Forklift Operator Safety Training

Fall Protection in Construction Training

Bloodborne Pathogen - General Training

Aerial Lift Safety

Avoiding Back Injuries

Avoiding Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens

Compressed Gases

Industrial Ergonomics

Eye Protection

Fire Extinguishers

Forklift and Pedestrian Safety

Hazardous Materials Transportation

Mold Hazards and Prevention

Personal Protective Equipment

Portable Power Tool Safety

Personal Protective Equipment - Foot Protection

Personal Protective Equipment - Hand Protection

Preparing for Weather Emergencies

Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls

Safe Forklift Operation

Understanding Chemical Labels Under GHS

Understanding the Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

Working Safely with Flammable Liquids

Workers in Cold Conditions

Workers in Hot Conditions

Working Safety Outdoors

Workplace Safety for Employees

Your Guide to Personal Protective Equipment

Working Safely with Pesticides

Hazard Communication - GHS and Your Right to Know Training

Asbestos Awareness Training

Back Safety Training

Ladder Safety Training

Noise and Hearing Conservation Training

Forklift Operator Safety Training

Fall Protection in Construction Training

Bloodborne Pathogen - General Training

Aerial Lift Safety

Avoiding Back Injuries

Avoiding Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens

Compressed Gases

Eye Protection

Fire Extinguishers

Forklift and Pedestrian Safety

Hazardous Materials Transportation

Mold Hazards and Prevention

Personal Protective Equipment

Portable Power Tool Safety

Personal Protective Equipment - Foot Protection

Personal Protective Equipment - Hand Protection

Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls

Safe Forklift Operation

Understanding Chemical Labels Under GHS

Understanding the Safety Data Sheet (SDS)