Required one time training for anyone entering a University of Colorado lab. Recommended training for anyone entering any lab on campus.

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Required training for any student, faculty, or staff involved in chemical storage and disposal or the generation of hazardous waste. 

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Required training for anyone potentially exposed to bio-hazards. 

Blood borne pathogens (BBP) are specific microorganisms, such as viruses, transmitted into human blood or body fluids that can cause disease in people. Transmission occurs when infected blood, body fluids or tissues enter the body of an uninfected person.

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Required training for anyone handling or disposing of regulated medical wastes. 

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This course was developed by the CU Department of Environmental Health and Safety and is required training for anyone working in an area that contains a Class 3 or 4 laser.


This training was developed by the CU Department of Environmental Health and Safety and is required training for anyone who enters a campus workshop or laboratory with power tools.


This course is intended for CU Non-Employees who will be working with Radioactive Material on either Anschutz Medical Campus or the Auraria Campus. There is an in-person follow up training that must be completed at the Anschutz Medical Campus. Contact CU EHS to schedule the in-person training. This training can also be used as a general awareness training for CCD, MSU Denver, and AHEC personnel.


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This course was developed by the Department of Environmental Health and Safety to educate staff, students, and employees about the dangers of working with formaldehyde.