Training is essential for achieving consistent safe operations in the workplace as well as reducing injuries and illnesses. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) stresses safety training in their regulations to ensure that personnel understand their responsibility and accountability for a safety and healthful workplace.
DOHS provides training at the NIH organization level to comply with Federal, State and Local laws, policies and regulations. Further training on Standard Operating Procedures in the laboratory is also required to ensure safety for personnel. As technologies in the laboratory evolve, training must match the situations.
Note: Training is limited to only NIH employees, contractors and special assigned personnel.
To learn about these training programs, contact us at (301) 827-6091.
Information and registration for the following courses are available through the
safety training website.
Introduction to Laboratory Safety
Laboratory Safety at the NIH – Baltimore Campus only – Classroom
Laboratory Safety Refresher Course
S.T.A.R.S. “Learn by Doing” Lab Safety training
Working Safely with HIV and Other Bloodborne Pathogens for Non-Hospital Personnel
Working Safely with HIV and Other Bloodborne Pathogens for Non-Hospital Personnel – Baltimore Campus only
Bloodborne Pathogen Refresher Class
Biological Safety Level 3 Training
Biological Safety Level 3 Training for Support Personnel
Biological Materials Shipper Training
Information and registration for CPR training for lay responders, clinicians and Public Health Service Officers can be found through the
CPR training website.
Basic Life Support Full Course
Basic Life Support Renewal Course
Lay Responder CPR/AED Course
Information and registration for ergonomics training can be found through the
Employee Assistance Program Workshops
Information about organizing a classroom-based workshop can be found through the
Employee Assistance Program website.