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Student summer work terms means safety training

Safety first: Complete required courses and forms for new employees

Whether your workplace is a lab, a workshop, or out in the field, a successful work experience starts with the right training.

With the winter session behind us, students will be starting summer work terms and safety training should be the first step.

Many departments and faculties offer specialized internal training courses. However, particular training modules administered by Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) must also be completed by new employees to comply with regulations. Safety is everyone’s responsibility and discussions about the appropriate training requirements for your position should happen early on with your supervisor.

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