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Safety Training and Medical Surveillance Requirements

Safety training and medical surveillance is provided in accordance with University policy, OSHA, JCAHO, EPA, and other regulatory requirements. The matrix below illustrates some of the requirements for specific work environments. Please note this matrix is not inclusive of all training and medical surveillance. Any department that needs assistance with job specific training and/or medical surveillance should contact EHS.

Work Environment New Employee Orientation Annual Training Job Specific Medical Surveillance
Office
(i.e. Administrative support; Instructors; Faculty; Student Assistants)
Office2 If working in Healthcare environment:
  • Tuberculosis2
  • JCAHO3
  • Fire extinguisher1
  If working in a Healthcare Environment:
  • Immunization Review
  • Annual PPD (for TB)
Clinic
(i.e. Physicians in healthcare areas; all other medical personnel)
Clinic2
  • Bloodborne Pathogens2
  • Tuberculosis2
  • JCAHO3
  • Fire Extinguishers1
  • Respiratory Protection2
  • CPR4
  • Immunization Review
  • Annual PPD (for TB)
  • Annual Respiratory
Laboratory
  • Lab2
  • Radiation Worker1
  • rDNA5
  • Lab Safety Plan3
If working with blood or body fluids:
  • BBP2
  • Respiratory Protection2
  • Formaldehyde3
  • rDNA3
  • Dual Use Research of Concern3
  • BSL23
  • Chemical Fume Hood3
  • Nanotechnology3
  • Shipping3
Depends on Research:
  • HIV Screening
  • Hep B Vaccine
  • Annual PPD
  • Respiratory Protection
IMAC
(Maintenance shops, Energy Services - CoGen, Electric Distribution, Chilled Water)
IMAC/SS2
  • Respiratory Protection2
  • Fire Extinguisher1
Where applicable:
  • Forklift
  • Trenching
  • Fall protection
  • Confined space
  • Etc.
If working in a Healthcare Environment:
  • Immunization review
  • Annual PPD (for TB)
Where applicable:
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Hearing Conservation
Support Services
(i.e. Public Safety, EHS, Housekeeping, DLAM)
IMAC/SS2 Respiratory Protection2   If working in a Healthcare Environment:
  • Immunization review
  • Annual PPD (for TB)
Where applicable:
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Bloodborne Pathogens

Notes
1 EHS Instructor-Led only
2 EHS Instructor-led or EHS Self Study
3 EHS Self Study
4 Departmental
5 Required for all PIs only

Please note, employees whose position has them entering facilities where patient care is provided, whether in a patient care area or in an administration wing, must comply with the occupational medical surveillance and safety training requirements outlined in this policy.

Appendix B: Condition of Employment Guidelines