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Training Requirements for Engineering and Support Services

Safety training for the engineering and support services work environment +begins at the WFUHS New Employee Orientation where individuals are given a basic overview of health and safety by members of Environmental Health and Safety. Further training consists of completion of the walk-around worksite checklist and recurrent training provided by the Engineering and Support Services department.

What is a Walk-Around Worksite Checklist?

  • Designed to the address the multiple environments found at WFUHS.
  • Familiarizes staff with essential emergency information, important hazardous materials and waste procedures, and other occupational health considerations.

The checklist should be completed with a supervisor or EH&S Team Leader on an individual’s first day in their designated work environment. To view this document, click on the following link:  Environmental Health and Safety’s Walk-Around Orientation Checklist for the Engineering and Support Services Work Environment.

No online training is required for engineering and support services staff.


Last Updated: 08-05-2016
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