Student Safety Training
CSU Student Learning Bridge is a learning management system (LMS) used to deliver safety training to students in preparation for academic or research-related courses or lab sessions. Anyone with a Coyote ID can access the system, then search for and complete online safety training modules. Instructors who prefer to utilize online safety training provided by CSU Bridge can search for content in the LMS or review the below safety training catalog. Students may also search for course content within the LMS. Below are the most popular online courses in CSU Bridge.
|Bloodborne Pathogen Awareness 2.0 - Cal/OSHA||1h||View Bloodborne Pathogen course|
|CSU-Student Activities Heat Illness Prevention||Self-paced||View Heat Illness course|
|N-95 Respirator Use (CSU)||Self-paced||View N-95 course|
|Respiratory Protection Cal/OSHA 2.0||Self-paced||View Respiratory Protection course|
|CSU - Lab Safety Fundamentals||2.5h||View Lab Safety course|
|CSU - Lab Safety Refresher||45m||View Lab Refresher course|
Safety Training Procedure for Instructors
Instructors can now electronically certify student safety training* in PeopleSoft (see instructional video below).
The Student Safety Training Procedure outlines the expectations, and requirements of this new process while allowing instructors the much-needed flexibility to conduct training in a format that best meets the needs of their course.
Instructors are strongly encouraged to follow the below steps as outlined in the training procedure.
- Step 1: Identify courses that contain exposures to hazards
- Step 2: Distribute Statement of Understanding to students outlining identified hazards and safety rules
- Step 3: Provide safety training that addresses the identified hazards
- Step 4: Certify the safety training in PeopleSoft at the end of the academic term
- Step 5: Produce training records when requested by EHS
Electronic certification is not intended to be the sole documentation for safety training, read below to learn more. The Student Safety Training Procedure outlines the expectations, and requirements of this new process while allowing instructors the much-needed flexibility to conduct training in a format that best meets the needs of their course.
Instructions for Students Accessing Online Safety Training
Before beginning any activities in an environment that contains safety hazards (classroom, research lab, field studies, etc.) your Principal Investigator (PI) or Lab Manager will provide you with a list of required and/or recommended training modules.
Ex. Title- “Laboratory Safety - Cal/OSHA” Course ID: ehs_cal_a39_sh_enus
- Step 1: Authenticate in MyCoyote by visiting my.csusb.edu before clicking on the URL course link or accessing the LMS
- Step 2: Click on the URL course link provided to you by your instructor -or- if provided with a course name/code, click on the Student Training LMS tile and search for the course. Click on the ‘Course’ tab to view results.
- Step 3: Launch the training
How to Access Learning History & Completion Certificates
To find previously completed courses and completion certificates, go to Learning History from your homepage
- Find the course that you just completed
- Click on the three ellipses (dots) and select View Certificate