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College of Engineering
1046 Rathbone Hall
1701B Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-5590
deanengr@k-state.edu

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Prospective Students

Training

On-Campus Training

Hazardous Waste Awareness WTD080 *

The intended audience is individuals responsible for hazardous waste management, specifically for researchers and employees who generate the waste material and whose responsibility continues through the transportation and disposal process. This training emphasizes the importance of properly identifying, handling and disposing of all hazardous wastes.

Hazard Communication WTD162 **

Hazard Communication training is a requirement for all employees who may be “exposed” to hazardous chemicals when working. “Exposure” or “exposed” under the HazCom standard means that an employee is subjected to a hazardous chemical in the course of employment through any route of entry (inhalation, ingestion, shin contact, or absorption) and includes potential (e.g., accidental or possible) exposure. For more information see the KSU Hazard Communication Program. This course has been updated to include the Globally Harmonized System of Chemical Classification and Labeling (GHS). Employees that completed HazCom training prior to September 2013 will need to attend a current course that includes GHS.Register through HRIS.

Fire Extinguisher WTD159 *

Prior to attending one of the following classroom training sessions, you must complete an online training course. Upon completion of the online course, you will receive a certificate. Please sign and date the printed certificate and bring it with you to the classroom training session. Follow this link to go to the online training course: FireExtinguisherTraining Register through HRIS.

Radiation Safety Training – Sealed WTD165 **

Annual radiation safety training is required for all those working in laboratories that contain radioactive materials. This includes both those handling and not handling radioactive sources. Topics covered include radiation basics, hazards, and safety precautions as well as policies and procedures unique to the Kansas State University Radiation Safety Program. This session focuses on external hazards and is intended for those working around sealed radioactive sources (soil moisture probes and sources enclosed in laboratory equipment) as well as those working in radiation areas. Register through HRIS.

Radiation Safety Training – Unsealed WTD164 **

Annual radiation safety training is required for all those working in laboratories that contain radioactive materials. This includes both those handling and not handling radioactive sources. Topics covered include radiation basics, hazards, and safety precautions as well as policies and procedures unique to the Kansas State University Radiation Safety Program. This session focuses on internal and external hazards and is intended for those working around unsealed radioactive sources (liquids, powders and gases). Register through HRIS.

Online Training

J.J.Keller & Associates, Inc.
Training on Demand from J. J. Keller is one of the most well respected online, interactive training services used by more than 6,000 companies around the world. J. J. Keller provides a variety of online training courses in the following areas: HazCom, HAZWOPER, Lab Safety, and Workplace Safety. The J. J. Keller course catalog provides a description of all course offerings. If you have interest in registering in a class, please contact Jeff Gibisch at jgibisch@k-state.edu.

*Suggested for all university employees
**Required for university employees

CPR/First Aid

Call (785) 532-6595 (Health Promotion/Nutrition Counseling) to schedule your appointment.

Easy as 1, 2, 3

Part 1: American Heart Association online training
Part 2: Skills training 
Part 3: Skills testing

*Beginning January 2015, skills testing sessions will take place at Peters Rec complex, Room 138. Please see parking policy at the Rec.

Checklist for Completing a First Aid w/ CPR & AED or BLS Course:
  • Go to www.onlineaha.org.
  • Register for desired online course (initial cost for online course paid to the American Heart Association).
  • Complete online portion (Part 1).
  • Print out certificate of completion—Required for the training session (we will need information from your certificate of completion when you call to schedule skills practice/testing).
  • Schedule an appointment for skills training/testing by calling (785) 532-6595 or email healthy@k-state.edu.
  • Training session must be completed within 60 days after completing online portion.
  • Price Change effective August 1, 2015:
    • FA w/CPR & AED: $35/student, $40/non-student
    • BLS: $45/student, $50/non-student
  • Please make checks payable to 'Lafene Health Center' or bring cash.
  • Receive a completion card that is valid for 2 years!
  • Still have questions? Call (785) 532-6595 or stop by Lafene Health Center, room 268.

More information can be found on the Lafene Health Center website.