Health and Safety Training
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) provides our community with the latest information and training resources in many areas.
Workplace Safety Training
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety provides support to campus partners on training options for workplace safety topics. If you have questions about environmental, health and safety training, discuss with your supervisor or contact the Office of Environmental Health and Safety.
Information sheets on a variety of workplace safety topics are available for department safety briefings, “toolbox talks”, and refresher training for you and your team members.
As of April 1, 2022, Oracle HCM Learn Module will be the central platform for employee training. Visit the Human Resources Self-Service Resources webpage for more information and training modules on Oracle HCM.
New Employee Orientation
Safety training for new employees includes a general safety orientation as well as on-the-job training. The safety orientation covers the following topics:
- Emergency Preparedness
- Incident Reporting
- Fire Safety
- Hazardous Communication Standard
- Bloodborne Pathogens
Department managers and supervisors will provide department-specific safety training as part of the employee onboarding process.
Crowd Manager Training
Crowd Managers are required for events where the assembled capacity exceeds 50 people.
An online training program is required in order for an individual to become certified to serve as a Crowd Manager for campus events.
Employees access safety training through Oracle Learn.
Students access Crowd Manager training through Vector Solutions.
Prior to each event, Crowd Managers must complete the Middlebury College Pre-Event Inspection Form. Following the event, Crowd Managers should send the completed form to the Director of Enviromental Health, Safety and Compliance.
An American Heart Association (AHA) certified program (Heartsaver First Aid/CPR/AED) is offered on campus for employees whose job requires certification. When class space is available, other employees who are interested in learning these life-saving skills may register for a class.
Contact Middlebury’s Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for more information and current training opportunities.
All students, faculty, and staff who drive on college business are required to obtain a Middlebury College Driver’s License.
Visit the Enterprise Risk Management webpage for requirements, instructions and links to the online driver training courses.
These information sheets provide general safety information covering the listed topics and can be used for department safety briefings, “toolbox talks” and refresher training for you and your team members.