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Required Annual Training

All BMMB students take the required initial Laboratory Safety and Radionuclide Safety courses during orientation week. If you have missed this training, please sign up for an upcoming training session through the Environmental Health and Safety Office.

All BMMB students must complete the "Laboratory Safety Refresher Training" each year. A copy of your certificate must be placed in your laboratory's waste management logbook and any other locations your laboratory specifies.

This training is required annually and provides an overview of ethics and compliance obligations at Penn State. It covers a number of ethics and compliance topics, including conflict of interest, gifts and entertainment, discrimination, and sexual misconduct. It also addresses resources for reporting misconduct and anti-retaliation policies.

Training is available online through the Learning Resource Network Site.

Understanding Title IX at Penn State is an online training module that has been designed to ensure that all Penn State employees, graduate assistants, and those with graduate fellowships understand the applicable laws and University policies related to issues of sexual and/or gender-based harassment and misconduct, are cognizant of their responsibilities to report such incidents to the University’s Title IX Coordinator, and are aware of how to make a report, if the need should arise.

Training is available online through the Learning Resource Network Site.

All BMMB students are required to complete Reporting Child Abuse training annually. Please complete the training and keep a copy of your certificate. Failure to comply with this requirement may lead to a loss of funding.

Training is available online through the Learning Resource Network Site.