Training

The EH&S Training team creates, delivers, and tracks health, safety, and environmental training for all faculty, staff, and students.

Job Safety Analysis

Job Safety Analysis or JSAs describes job tasks in step-by-step fashion, identifies associated hazards at each step, and outlines proper hazard controls that minimize the risk of injury or illness to the individual(s) performing that task.

Getting Started with Job Safety Analysis (JSA)

How do I write or find a JSA? The objective of providing this library is to:

Improve safety awareness among staff Decrease injury rates Make effective JSA resources available to the entire UC Berkeley campus

Sign up for Live Fire Extinguisher Training (Available Monthly)

April 25, 2022

Live Fire Extinguisher Training classes are available the first Thursday of each month. Sign up today!

Required Training | EHS 207: Guidelines on Protecting Workers from COVID-19

May 5, 2022
UC Berkeley Guidelines on Protecting Workers from COVID-19

UPDATE: UC Berkeley has updated its COVID-19 safety training course with additional information required by the COVID-19 prevention emergency regulation (8 CCR 3205), which was readopted with changes on 4/22/2022. This...

Shops and Trades

Policies, procedures, and training materials for any type of shop-work activities.

Learn about the various EH&S Safety Programs or download Frequently Used Forms.

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Climbing Equipment

Facilities Services
2003

The fall protection equipment must be inspected and maintained according to Cal/OSHA and the manufacturer’s recommendations. A rescue plan and equipment must be in place and operable prior to the beginning of the tree work.

Tree Climbing/Trimming, Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Logging eTool, OSHA

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Handling/Transporting/Storing Fuel Container

Department of Recreational Sports
2004
Recreational Sports - Maintenance Handling/Transporting/Storing a Fuel Container or Hazardous Chemicals 5 gallon gas containers

Exposure to chemicals can result in acute or long-time health effects. Touching, picking up, or moving a fuel container can be hazardous to a responder. A fuel container can be touched, picked up, and/or moved after assessment and conclusion that it poses no imminent danger to the person handling the item.

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Moving/Lifting Heavy Objects

Department of Recreational Sports
2004

Recreational Sports - Operations: Moving/Lifting Heavy Objects

Before moving or lifting any heavy object, always assess its weight in the context of your own strength. Wear a back brace to provide additional support for the lower back.

Radiation Safety

Radiation SafetyRadiation Safety oversees and facilitates the use of radiation sources in research and instruction; helping to ensure safety and regulatory compliance.

Supervisors & Managers

This section provides resources and guidance for supervisors and managers.