EHS Online Safety Training


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EHS safety training available on KU Blackboard and on MyTalent.

 

Accessing Blackboard

MyTalent (KU Employee) EHS Safety Training Access Instructions

Blackboard/Course Troubleshooting FAQ

EHS Safety Training Course List

 

Blackboard Site Access

You must manually self-enroll to access content in Blackboard. See self-enrollment instructions below. (Requires KU login/password.)

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KU-EHS Safety Training Course Blackboard Self-Enrollment Instructions

 

Click to view or download pdf | Enroll

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MyTalent (KU Employee) EHS Safety Training Access Instructions

 

My Learning Catalog page

  1. Log into myKU or MyTalent.ku.edu with your KU ID.
  2. Click the Employees page.
  3. Click the MyTalent.ku.edu or locate the Talent Development Login link in the Learning & Development box.
  4. Open the Learning page by clicking MyTalent Learning icon or from the top-left dropdown menu.
  5. Locate the Find Learning box and click the Browse all courses link.
  6. Click Browse by Topics --> Environment, Health and Safety
  7. Select desired course and click the Assign to Me button to take course.

Managers and supervisors can assign EHS safety training courses to their subordinates through the MyTalent portal.

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Troubleshooting FAQ

Why can't I view/print or save my course completion certificate?

I forgot to save my completion certificate, can I get a new one?

I lost (or was unable to print or save) my completion certificate. Is there another acceptable way I can submit my score to my instructor/supervisor?

I completed the course, but my grade doesn't show up in My Grades, how can I get the score to appear?

I logged into Blackboard for the first time but the course content doesn't appear on the screen.

 

Printing/Saving Training Completion Certificates

Before logging into Blackboard, make sure that you have a compatible browser. (All GREEN)

Recommended browsers for PC's:

Google Chrome is NOT recommended.

Mac Users

Android

Android devices are NOT recommended.

Make sure you have the latest version of Adobe Reader and Flash Player.

Download Adobe Reader | Adobe Flash Player 

 

I lost or never received a completion certificate/my score doesn't show up in My Grades.

Unfortunately course completion certificates cannot be re-printed. Check to see if it was recorded in My Grades. (See Lost Certificates below.)

 

My score doesn't show up in My Grades.

Did you click FINISH to complete your test attempt? If not, you must complete the test again to receive a score/new certificate.

 

Lost Certificates:

As an alternative, to completion certificates, you can submit screenshots (PC: ALT+Print Screen MAC: Shift-Command-4) of your My Grades page listing your completed course(s) to your supervisor or instructor.

 

Please note: emailed course completion score receipts are not course completion certificates. You must print or save your course completion certificate generated at the time you complete your course. Re-prints are not available from the course instructor.

 

Other Issues/Questions:

If you are unable to access your course after logging in, please click the REFRESH button (shown below) or log out and back into Blackboard to access the entire site.

Other Blackboard issues? Student troubleshooting resources, click here. KU IT Educational Technologists are also available M-F, 8 am - 5 pm. Phone: 785-864-2600. Email: blackboardsupport@ku.edu.

After Hours - Contact the KU IT Customer Service Center. Phone: 785-864-8080. Email: itcsc@ku.edu

Questions regarding EHS training information and programs should be directed to Sean Hadley. 

 

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EHS Online Safety Training Courses

ABSA Animal Care Biosafety Videos

Aerial Lift Safety

Angle Grinder Safety

Art Safety 101

Articulated Ladder Safety

Back Safety 101

Back Safety 102: Back Safety for Custodians, Landscapers, and Maintenance Workers

Biological Safety Cabinets

Biosafety 101

Bloodborne Pathogens

Building Rooftop Safety

Centrifugation Hazards

Chemical Fume Hoods

Chemical Segregation and Storage

Circular Saw Safety

Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety

Confined Spaces

Crane Rigging Safety

Cryogenics Safety

Custodian Safety

Disposable Filtering Respirators

DOT General Awareness

DOT Safety Training for Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials

EHS Hazard Awareness

Electrical Safety in the Laboratory

Electrical Safety 101

Electrical Safety 201

Fall Protection

Fire Safety and Extinguishers

Fire Safety Refresher

Flammables and Explosives Safety

Forklift Operator Safety

General Autoclave Safety

Hand Tool Safety

Hazard Communication and Chemical Safety (non-lab environment)

Hydrofluoric Acid Safety

Lab Protective Barriers

Lab Safety 101

Lab Personal Protective Equipment 101

Laboratory Ergonomics

Ladder Safety 101

Landscaping Safety

Large Equipment Safety

Lockout Tagout

Machine Guards

Maintenance Worker Safety

Mammalian Cell Culture Hazards

Metal Shop Safety 

Miter Saw Safety

Mobile Ladder Safety

Mold Hazards and Prevention

New Employee Safety Awareness

Noise and Hearing Conservation

Office Safety

Personal Protective Equipment 101

Personal Protective Equipment 201: PPE Selection and Hazard Assessments

Planning for Laboratory Emergencies 101

Power Tool Safety

Preventing Contamination

PRIMUS PSS500 Steam Sterilizer

Respiratory Protection

Safe Handling of Laboratory Glassware

Safety Showers and Eyewash Stations

Shop Safety

Single and Extension Ladder Safety

Stepladder Safety

Table Saw Safety

Tuttnauer Autoclave Safe Use and Operations

Understanding Ergonomics

Understanding Safety Data Sheets and GHS

​Universal Waste

Utility Cart Safety

Walking and Working Surfaces

Waste Management 101

Working Safely with Pesticides

Working Safely with Scissor Lifts

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Report A Safety Concern

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