New Worker Safety Orientation
All employees ( faculty, staff, student employees and students with assigned offices) must receive appropriate training and orientation in the hazards of their work sites and the procedures that must be followed to safely perform their work. Please take the online “New Worker Safety Orientation” course, and then complete a Part 2 - Site Specific Orientation before working in any buildings. If you are not required to work in UBC buildings, Part 2 should be delayed until such time.
For working in offices/classrooms please download the “Civil Site Specific Orientation Checklist”, print it out and complete it by hand (handwritten responses will only be accepted). Once complete, please scan or take a picture of the orientation and send to email@example.com.
If you have any questions or will be working in a laboratory (or shop), please contact Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your site specific training.
Preventing and Addressing Workplace Bullying and Harassment
The BC Government requires all UBC Faculty & Staff (including students employed by the University) to receive training about the new workplace bullying and harassment policies and requirements on how to recognize, prevent, and address workplace bullying & harassment.
Workplace Violence Prevention Training
This course is roughly 15-20 minutes in duration and is required under WorkSafeBC regulations for all UBC workers including faculty, staff, student workers and students on practicum placement.
Privacy IT Fundamentals Training
The two-part Privacy & Information Security – Fundamentals is also mandatory for all employees. Please do both parts.
Supervisors are key players in the workplace and it is important that they are trained in their roles and responsibilities for the safety of workers. The course Safety Supervision at UBC is for all faculty or staff who have supervisory roles at the university.
During the current pandemic, the Preventing Covid-19 Infection in the Workplace training is required for all people who access buildings on campus.