UConn Health Compliance Related Training Requirements (List 5)

This resource is designed to assist you with identifying mandatory training requirements within each work area. It provides only a brief description of the general requirements. For additional details related to which training you may be required to complete, speak to your supervisor and/or the specific training content owner(s) listed below.

Last Updated on: 7/1/19

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Research Compliance Related Trainings
Training Description Population Covered Frequency Platform Regulation /Policy Content Owner Contact Info
OSHA Blood borne Disease Training OSHA Blood borne Disease Training Employees exposed to human blood and other potentially infectious material Initial training - Once.

 

Refresher - Annually.

SABA CGS Secs. 31-367 to 31-385 - Occupational Health and Safety Act

29 CFR 1910.1030 (P10, P10a, P10b, P10c) /

UConn Health Policy for Blood Borne Pathogens

RCS and EHS 860-679-2723
Occupational Exposures to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories

 

OSHA guideline related to laboratory safety for personnel.

OSHA guidelines related to chemical labeling - Globally Harmonized System.

Employees working:

1. in UConn Health Labs

2. with chemicals or drugs

Once - Prior to beginning work in a UConn Health Laboratory RCS The OSHA Laboratory Safety Guidance 29 CFR 1910

 

 

RCS and EHS 860-679-2723
Biosafety training for use of Infectious Biological Agents

 

Lab Safety Training

Required as part of the Connecticut Department of Public Health registration that is required for labs that use infectious agents. Everyone in Labs Annually

 

In Person Contact RCS for more information. RCS 860-679-3781
Training for work with Select Agent Biological Toxins Training for work with Select Agent Biological Toxins is required by UConn Health for work with listed toxins at amounts below the regulated limits. Everyone in Labs Annually

 

In Person Contact RCS for more information. RCS 860-679-3781
Occupational Exposures to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories OSHA guideline related to laboratory safety for personnel

OSHA guidelines related to chemical labeling - Globally Harmonized System

Employees working:

1. in UConn Health Labs

2. with chemicals or drugs

 

Once - Prior to beginning work in a UConn Health Laboratory Contact RCS for more information. The OSHA Laboratory Safety Guidance 29 CFR 1910

http://content.research.uconn.edu /pdf/uch/rcs/ehs/CHP2016.pdf

RCS and EHS 860-679-2723
Human Subjects Training All key study personnel listed on an IRB application or request for modification must complete training in the protection of human subjects. Key study personnel on IRB application 3 years Contact RCS for more information. HHS and Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP)

 

UConn University Wide Policy - Human Subjects Research

 

RCS and EHS 860-679-2230
Initial IACUC Training

 

https://research.uchc.edu/ animal/iacuc/laws

All new animal users must attend the core training class. Covers animals in research, educational programs, or providing care to the animals Individuals on initial IACUC application Annually Contact RCS for more information. Animal Welfare Act, and Occupational Health Surveillance (OHS)

UConn University Wide Policy - Animal Use in Research, Teaching and Testing

RCS and IRB 860-679-2230
Safety practices and containment procedures Individuals on IBC registration application

 

Initial training / 3 years thereafter In Person NIH Guidelines for Research Involving Recombinant or Synthetic Nucleic Acid Molecules RCS and EHS 860-679-2230
IACUC Training Covers:  (1) the animal care program and the IACUC (including the laws and regulations that govern such research in the US); (2) working with the Center for Comparative Medicine; and (3) working safely with research animals. ALL animal users Once

 

Individuals who use laboratory animals must take online renewal every 3 years

CITI Animal Welfare Act, and Occupational Health Surveillance (OHS)

UConn University Wide Policy - Animal Use in Research, Teaching and Testing

RCS 860-679-2230
Radioactive materials safety Personnel working with radioactive materials and/or using Gammacell Irradiator Once  and refresher determined by Radiation Safety Officer Contact RCS for more information. The United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Regulations (NRC) Title 10

§34.43 Training

§34.79 Records of training

§ 36.51 Training

RCS 860-679-2230
Personal Protective Equipment Use of Class IIIb or Class IV Lasers in research or clinical activities Any individual who work with certain lasers Once In Person

Eye exam by Occupational Medicine

OSHA Standard 1910.132(f)(1)

 

Laser Institute of America (LIA) Standard Z136.1

RCS 860-679-2230
U.S. Department of Transportation Transportation of biological substances, infectious substances, dry ice, radioactive materials and other limited quantities of certain hazardous material Individuals involved in transportation Initial training and refresher every 3 years In Person UConn Health EHS Policy for shipping of hazardous materials RCS 860-679-2230
Training for Users of Stem Cells Ethical issues associated with human embryonic stem cells (hESC) research Personnel who work with hESC Once In Person National Institute of Health (NIH) Stem Cell Guidelines and UConn Stem Cell Research Oversight Committee RCS, IBC, IRB and IACUC 860-679-6004
https://research.uchc. edu/ rcs/ fcoi/policies-regulations- and-guidance/ Policy knowledge to promote objectivity in research Primary Investigators (PI’s) in Research Once In Person UConn Health policy 2006-01 Individual Financial Conflict of Interest in Research (FCOI)

Public Health Services (PHS) regulation 42 CFR 50.604 (b)(1-3)

RCS 860-679-2230
Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training NIH awardees and clinical trial staff* should be trained in Good Clinical Practice (GCP) consistent with the principles for the International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) E6. Individuals involved with NIH funded clinical trials Once

(must be renewed every three years)

CITI Notice Number: NOT-OD-16-148 RCS 860-486-0986
Non-human Primate (NHP) Training Work with NHP materials should be performed using the same precautions as work with human materials. Training for use of Standard (Universal) Precautions and/or BSL-2 procedures with human materials will parallel what needs to be trained for NHP materials. Contact RCS for more information. Contact RCS for more information. Contact RCS for more information. Contact RCS for more information. RCS Contact RCS for more information.
Export Compliance for researchers Part 1 This module instructs researchers on how to responsibly conduct Export-Controlled research activities. All faculty and graduate students authorized to work on Export-Controlled research projects. Annually CITI Export Control and Economic Sanctions Policy RCS 860-486-3994
Export Compliance for researchers Part 2 This module instructs researchers on how to responsibly conduct Export-Controlled research activities. All faculty and graduate students authorized to work on Export-Controlled research projects. Annually CITI Export Control and Economic Sanctions Policy RCS 860-486-3994
Export Compliance for Research Administrators This module provides an overview of export compliance concepts for research administrators. All faculty and graduate students authorized to work on Export-Controlled research projects. Annually CITI Export Control and Economic Sanctions Policy RCS 860-486-3994
Export Compliance and Biosafety The purpose of this module is to identify Export-Controlled biological materials. All faculty and graduate students authorized to work on Export-Controlled research projects. Annually CITI Export Control and Economic Sanctions Policy RCS 860-486-3994
Export Compliance for Operational Departments This module provides an overview of key concepts and export compliance risks for employees. All faculty and graduate students authorized to work on Export-Controlled research projects. Annually CITI Export Control and Economic Sanctions Policy RCS 860-486-3994
Export Compliance for International Shipping The purpose of this module is to provide an overview of concepts for International Shipping. All faculty and graduate students authorized to work on Export-Controlled research projects. Annually CITI Export Control and Economic Sanctions Policy RCS 860-486-3994
Export Compliance for Purchasing This module addresses vendor and purchasing concepts related to export controls. All faculty and graduate students authorized to work on Export-Controlled research projects. Annually CITI Export Control and Economic Sanctions Policy RCS 860-486-3994
Export compliance and International and Foreign Waters This module discusses sending a parcel from one country to another in international and foreign waters. All faculty and graduate students authorized to work on Export-Controlled research projects. Annually CITI Export Control and Economic Sanctions Policy RCS 860-486-3994
Export Compliance and Collaborations This module is used for engagement in international collaborations and export controls. All faculty and graduate students authorized to work on Export-Controlled research projects. Annually CITI Export Control and Economic Sanctions Policy RCS 860-486-3994
Export Compliance and US Sanctions Programs This module provides an overview on sanctions and OFAC. Export Control and Economic Sanctions Policy RCS 860-486-3994
Responsible Conduct of Research Training Workshops Required by NSF, NIH and NIFA. Consists of two parts offered over the course of two days. Part 1 and Part 2 must be completed to meet the requirements and will eliminate the need to complete the online CITI RCR modules. All undergraduates, graduates, and post-doctoral fellows who conduct research supported by NSF funds. Once In Person

or

CITI

RCS 860-486-4247