Environmental Health and Safety trainings can be searched below by content area. A complete list of all currently available EHS training courses can be found here.

The NC State Safety Orientation Checklist provides broad safety and health information to all faculty, staff, students and volunteers.  The associated Training Assessment, embedded with the NC State Safety Orientation Checklist will help you determine both required and recommended safety training needed for your research.

The Safety Training Needs Assessment is included in the end of the NC State Safety Orientation Checklist, however should you need to access it again to complete training or add more training options, please visit this link.

Course Registrations

Environmental Health and Safety registrations and training tracking has moved into REPORTER for most required and recommended training. REPORTER is NC State University’s solution for tracking, managing, reporting and measuring external outreach, internal training and non-credit activities.  To learn more about REPORTER, please visit reporter.ncsu.edu

Quick registration steps include:

  • First, select your course from the list below.
  • Next, click on the title to be directed to REPORTER for registration using your UNITY ID and Password.  Those without UNITY ID can set up an account and register also for unrestricted courses.
    • If your course is in person, you will have the option of registering for upcoming instances by date or adding your name to a watchlist to be notified of upcoming sessions.
    • If your course is online, you will receive a registration confirmation email, as well as instructions from WolfWare (Moodle) for course completion.

Environmental Health and Safety will maintain the EHS Training Archive records for the foreseeable future. The database will retain historical records for your reference until such time that all records are connected to REPORTER.  New training completion records will not be reflected in this database after August 15, 2017.

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Hazard Communication For Non-Laboratories - EHPS-OS600 This training covers OSHA’s Hazard Communication requirements, which are based on the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of classifying and labeling chemical products. This training is intended to give a basic understanding of the hazards presented by chemical products, where to find safety information about the chemicals you use, how to recognize if you are being exposed to a chemical hazard, and basic information about how to protect yourself from chemical exposures.Environmental Health, Haz. Materials and Stormwater919-515-6859
Hot Work ProgramThe Hot Work Program is designed to minimize or eliminate fire hazards associated with any hot work operation as identified in the North Carolina State Fire Code, OSHA 1910.252, NFPA 51B, NFPA 1962 and NC State University Department of Environmental Health and Safety/ Fire Marshal’s Office Guidelines.Fire & Life Safety919-515-2568
Row 34 Any personnel that work in a laboratory are required to complete this training module to be in compliance with Federal and State regulations.Environmental Health, Haz. Materials and Stormwater919-515-6859
EHPS-HW104 - Laboratory Chemical Waste Management TrainingThe training module details the requirements for labeling of waste containers, waste container management, and obsolete chemical management.

Wastes that do not require EHS waste training include non-hazardous recyclables such as scrap metal, paper, plastic, and cardboard, food wastes (other than dietary supplements and oils), and natural plant materials.
Environmental Health, Haz. Materials 919-515-6859
Non-Laboratory Hazardous Waste Management Training - EHPS-HW102University faculty and staff whose activity in a non-laboratory setting may result in the need to dispose or recycle any chemical, pharmaceutical, oils or fuel, fertilizer or soil amendments, equipment containing such material, or debris contaminated by such material are required to take this training module.Environmental Health, Haz. Materials and Stormwater919-515-6859
Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) - EHPS-HW300University faculty and staff whose activities may include owning or operating a non-transportation related onshore or offshore facility that drill, produce, gather, store, process, refine, transfer, distribute, use, or consume oil and oil products is required to complete this training.Environmental Health, Haz. Materials and Stormwater919-515-6859
Workplace Safety during COVID-19 at NC StateEnvironmental Health and Safety has developed a comprehensive training session, Working Safely at NC State during COVID-19, comprised of safety procedures and protocols to be followed when on campus. NC State employees are asked to fulfill all components of the online training which will require approximately one hour to complete.General919-515-2894