Loyola University Maryland

Environmental Health & Safety


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EHS offers a wide range of training for researchers, faculty, staff and students. These are designed to give the University community the tools and knowledge needed in providing awareness and a culture of safety in the workplace.

Instructor Led Courses

Many of our instructor led course are also available as online training

  • Blood borne pathogens
  • CPR - American Heart Association 
  • Confined space entry (initial training)
  • Fire extinguishers (with practical demonstration)
  • Fire safety (for your department)
  • First aid  - National Safety Council
  • Hazard communication “right to know”
  • HAZ-Waste Management
  • Lead and asbestos awareness

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These are the most common courses taken.  A complete list of online training courses is available here (pdf).

  • Aerial lift safety
  • Asbestos awareness
  • Back and lifting safety
  • Biological safety
  • Blood bourne pathogens
  • Blood bourne pathogens (health care)
  • Confined space (annual refresher)
  • Defensive driving
  • DOT hazwaste transportation
  • Emergency action fire prevention
  • Fall protection
  • Fire extinguisher training
  • Forklift training
  • Golf Cart Training for Students 
  • Hand tool safety
  • Hazard communication (right to know)
  • Hazard communication (right to know) - health care
  • Hazwaste container management
  • Hazwaste introduction
  • Hazwaste manifests
  • HAZWOPER first responder awareness
  • Hearing protection
  • Laboratory safety
  • Ladder safety
  • Laser safety
  • Lead Safety
  • Lockout/tag out
  • Machine guarding
  • Mold Hazards and Prevention
  • Personal protection equipment (PPE)
  • Power tool safety
  • Radiation safety
  • Respiratory protection
  • Scaffold safety
  • Slips trips falls
  • Spill prevention control and countermeasures (SPCC) plan

Additional Sources

FEMA Independent Study Program - The Emergency Management Institute (EMI) offers free self-paced courses designed for the general public and people who have emergency management responsibilities.