Training

On-line training is now available through SAP SuccessFactors (click HERE for browser requirements), replacing the Blackboard online training. 

NOTE:  For new lab workers or lab workers moving to a different lab, the safety training form must be completed and submitted with the OIT request for access to SAP SuccessFactors, to the Office of Laboratory and Field Safety at Foust 104, OR electronically to labfieldsafety@cmich.edu .  The lab-specific safety training form must be completed to document on site lab orientations.


SAP SuccessFactors INSTRUCTIONS are as follows:

If you have never completed training with OLFS, or if you last completed training with OLFS before January 1, 2018:

  1. Go to https://cmich.teamdynamix.com/TDClient/664/Portal/Requests/ServiceDet?ID=22322 , click on "Request Access", and sign in with your CMU global ID/password.  This takes you to the OIT registration request page.
  2. In the first field, you are requesting access for "myself".  NOTE:  Fields must be completed sequentially, as they prompt the appearance of subsequent fields as they are completed.
  3. In the second field, you are requesting access to training from "Office of Laboratory and Field Safety".
  4. In the third field instructions, you are prompted to follow a link and fill out a pdf safety training form.  Fill out the form and save it. 
  5. Select "Lab Worker" in the third field of the OIT form.
  6. The fourth field is optional.
  7. In the fifth field, please attach the safety training form you completed in step 4.
  8. Click "Request" at the bottom of the form.
  9. The account will become active, typically within 24 hours.
  10. When your training classes are assigned, you will receive an email from SuccessFactors with your assignments.  There will be a log in button in this email to launch the training (SuccessFactors).  Click on the log in and sign in with your CMU global ID/password.

 

If you have completed at least one training with OLFS since January 1, 2018:

  1. Go to https://successfactors.apps.cmich.edu/  and sign in with your CMU global ID/password. 
  2. On this landing page, under Learning History, click "View All".
  3. If your training history looks accurate, and if you are up to date on all of your trainings based on the training frequencies noted in the table below, you are all set.
  4. If you are not up to date on all of your trainings, then from your dashboard landing page, under Find Learning, click "Browse all courses".  You can click on any of the courses, self-assign, and then proceed with training.

 

Training courses offered in SAP SuccessFactors:

Name of Training
Requirement

Frequency

Aerosol Transmissible Disease Training 

​​Required for individuals who work in a BSL3 environment. Note: This is a classroom training. The exam can be completed in Blackboard once the classroom training is completed. 

Annually 

Biosafety Awareness Training

​Required for individuals who work in a BSL2 environment, but who do not work with BSL2 agents.​Every 5 years
Bloodborne Pathogens Training

Required for individuals with exposure to sharps, blood, and other potentially infectious material. Meets the training requirements of MIOSHA Part 554.

Annually​
​Chemical Spill Response and Cleanup Training​Required for individuals with responsibility for cleaning up incidental chemical spills.​Every 5 years
Flame Resistant Glove TrainingRequired for all individuals who wear flame resistant gloves.​​​Every 5 years
Flame Resistant Lab Coat TrainingRequired for Individuals who wear flame resistant lab coats​.​Every 5 years
Hazard Communication/Global Harmonized SystemRequired for non-laboratory workers who work with chemicals. Meets the Training requirements of MIOSHA Part 430. ​​Annually
Lab Safety Training​Required for individuals who work with hazardous chemicals in a laboratory setting. Meets the training requirements of MIOSHA Part 431.​Initial training, then "Lab Safety Refresher Training" annually
Lab Safety Refresher Training​Required for individuals who work with hazardous chemicals in a laboratory setting. Meets the training requirements of MIOSHA Part 431.​Annually
Laser Safety Training
Required for individuals  who operate Class 3B or 4 lasers​
Every 2 years
Liquid Nitrogen Safety Training​Required for individuals who use liquid nitrogen.​Every 5 years
Radiation Awareness Training​Required for individuals who do not work with radioisotopes, but who work near radioisotope use and need to be aware of the potential hazards.​Every 5 years
Radiation Safety Refresher TrainingRequired for individuals who work with radioisotopes.​​Annually
Radiation Safety Training-Bone DensitometerRequired for individuals who operate the DXA bone densitometer.​Annually​
Radiation Safety Training-XRDRequired for individuals who operate X-Ray Diffraction equipment​​Annually
Radiation Worker Training
Required for individuals who work with radioisotopes​
Initial training then "Radiation Safety Refresher Training" annually.​
Respiratory Protection TrainingRequired for individuals who wear a respirator​Annually​
Respiratory Protection - PAPR Training (initial is classroom only)​Required for individuals who wear a Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR)
Initial classroom training then "Respiratory Protection - PAPR Refresher Training"
Respiratory Protection - PAPR Refresher Training​Required for individuals who wear a Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR)
​Annually
Respirator Training-Voluntary UseRequired for individuals who wear a respirator, but are not required to​​Every 5 years
Shop Safety Training
Required for individuals who work in shops​
​Every 5 years