American Red Cross – First Aid, CPR & AED training – TBD

CALS Utility Terrain Vehicle (UTV) Training

CALS Hearing Conservation Training

Worker Protection Standard Training Calendar – 2024

Worker Protection Standard (WPS) – Annual Pesticide Training information – The purpose of WPS is to reduce the risk of occupational pesticide exposure to agricultural workers and pesticide handlers. Elements of WPS include requirements for pesticide safety training, notification of pesticide applications, use of personal protective equipment, restricted-entry intervals after pesticide application, application exclusion zones, decontamination supplies, and emergency medical assistance. WPS covers workers and handlers employed on farms, forestry operations, nurseries and enclosed production areas, when pesticides that contain an Agricultural Use Requirement section that references WPS, are used on the establishment. The regulation requires that all UW-Madison faculty, staff, students or LTEs who will be doing field research, on Agricultural Research Stations, receive this training once a year.

CALS WPS training can be scheduled by contacting Agriculture Research Station Superintendents or CALS Safety Coordinator.

CALS-ARS (Ag. Research Stations) Training – A group of 6 trainings recommended for any personnel assigned to an Agriculture Research Station (ARS). Training include the following topics: Aerial Lift Safety, Heat Stress Safety, Severe Weather, Utility Terrain Vehicles (UTV), Cold Weather, and Forklift Safety

  • Performing a Risk Assessment – This course covers experimental hazards, the “what if” approach, probabilities, and the hierarchy of controls.
  • Chemical Safety Training – UW EHS (Environmental, Health & Safety – EH&S offers several different types of training for each of our service areas. These include onsite training through OHRD, online training through Learn@UW, video tutorials and written instruction manuals. Compressed Gas Cylinders 250 Ag. Hall- This interactive course covers how to work safely with compressed gas cylinders. Topics include storage, transport, the parts of cylinders and regulators, air monitoring, and the hazards of specific types of gases (e.g. flammable, pyrophoric, corrosive, toxic).