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EH&S Safety Training at CSUSB 

Maintaining a safe and healthy campus at CSUSB requires training for all levels of students and employees.  Whether you are encountering hazards on the job, in the lab, or in the classroom, identifying and completing appropriate training sessions is a vital first step.  The CSUSB EH&S department works in collaboration with CalOSHA and the CSU System to ensure that we are offering the training you need at the time you need it. 

If you have questions about Health & Safety training, please contact Melisa Morrow at melisa.morrow@csusb.edu.  You can also request a training needs assessment by submitting an EHS Service Request form.

Upcoming Trainings

There are no scheduled upcoming events at this time.

Frequently Asked Questions about Health & Safety Training

I am a paid student assist, which system should I use to complete online training modules?

Anyone who is on the university’s payroll will be enrolled in PeopleSoft (through HR) and will therefore have an account in CSULearn.  If you aren’t sure, go to CSULearn and if you are able to log in, complete all assigned trainings there 

I am a faculty member or employee, why can't I log in to CSULearn?

 If you are not currently in an active status with HR, your access to CSULearn may also be on hold.  For this or any other issues with logging in, please contact the system administrator at csulearn@csusb.edu

How do I know if I need training?

Staff, Faculty, and other CSUSB Employees will be assigned required training modules through CSULearn and receive an email notification.  Students must be informed of the training requirements by a Principal Investigator (PI), Faculty member, EHS, etc and search for the training in the Student Learning Bridge.  If you have questions about training requirements, please reach out to your supervisor or PI.   

I’m a supervisor, how do I know what training my team members need?

 In order to determine what training modules are required for your team members please review the appropriate training matrix for your department.  You can also contact Melisa Morrow at melisa.morrow@csusb.edu or submit a Service Request Form 

I’m a supervisor, how do I know what training my team members have completed?

Records of completed training for online modules are available through the learning management system.  Please contact Melisa Morrow at melisa.morrow@csusb.edu to request a completion report or instructions on how to access your department’s dashboard.

Where can I find online training?

Staff, Faculty, and other CSUSB employees can access online training through CSULearn by logging in with their Coyote ID.  Students can access the Student Learning Bridge through the EHS website by clicking on Training from the menu, then proceeding to the link.

How do I log into the training systems?

Go to the Employee Safety Training page for more information about logging in and navigating through CSULearn OR the Student Safety Training page for more information about logging in and navigating through the Student Learning Bridge

How can I prove that I completed training?

 CSULearn and the Student Learning Bridge will record completion of online training modules.  Students are also advised to save the certificate of completion at the end of the training module and submit to their Principal Investigator (PI).

How can I request a particular training for my students?

Please submit a Service Request Form or contact Melisa Morrow at melisa.morrow@csusb.edu  

How often do I need to repeat the same training or recertify?

 Different training modules have different timeframes for recertification.  The training matrix identifies if and when a training must be repeated.  For employees, CSULearn will automatically send out an email notification when it is time to repeat a training module.

Available online training modules: 

General Laboratory Safety 

Chemical Safety 

Biological Safety 

Occupational Safety 

Campus Safety 

General Safety 

New Employee Onboarding 

And much more… 

Safety Training Resources: 

Cal/OSHA Safety & Health Training and Instruction Requirements