Safety education and training are the means by which FIU ensures that employees, students, and volunteers have the knowledge and skills they need to perform tasks safely and in a safe environment. This safety training site is developed to provide a convenient and cost effective means by which FIU personnel will be able to satisfy safety training requirements associated with their work tasks and environment.
Environmental Health & Safety delivers safety training through various channels. They include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Safety Talks & Special Events
We encourage all employees to take full advantage of these safety education resources and to suggest any additional courses or programs that may be important to prevent and reduce workplace accidents and injuries.
Courses which can be completed via the internet. Individuals can learn at a pace they are comfortable with.
|Classroom (Instructor-Led) Training:
Courses which require face-to-face interaction. This includes any training that requires a practical exam, task competency with instructor supervision, or is agency/legally mandated.
Combines online and classroom portions to complete a training course. This minimizes the time individuals must dedicate to sitting in a classroom, while allowing portions of the course to be learned at the individual's pace.
|Safety Talks & Special Events:
Informal means of delivering safety information and trainings. These can include interactive case studies during lunch or after work hours, tabling events, or as a larger event with multiple departments and agencies participating.
For detailed information on each of the training categories, including required trainings and course listings, use the drop-down menu under the 'Training' tab, at the top of the page, and navigate through the pages. If you have any inquiries, please contact the Safety Training Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Page Updated: 2/2/2018