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Laboratory Safety Training

University employees, faculty, and students may attend DEHS's in-person Lab Safety Training to meet most annual safety-training requirements for those working with chemicals, hazardous waste, and bloodborne pathogens. This training is offered once a month. DEHS also offers a web-based version of lab safety training, called New Employee Safety Training, that can be taken at any time.

Registration

Registration for Lab Safety Training is broken into two segments.

  • Note: You must register for the second segment if your work involves any form of:
  • human blood;
  • human body fluids (such as spinal fluid, synovial fluid, vaginal fluid, sperm);
  • and/or infectious agents (such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, rickettsia).
  1. Chemical Safety and Hazardous Waste
  2. Biological Materials (Additional Segment)

 

General Information

DEHS's Lab Safety Training is a comprehensive course that covers the following topics:

  • understanding and planning for chemical safety;
  • the proper handling of hazardous waste;
  • and safely working with biological materials.

There is no fee for training. Refreshments provided.

If you have questions contact DEHS at (612) 626-6002, or dehs@umn.edu.