Programs offered provide staff with the opportunity to acquire and enhance their skills and knowledge in areas essential to coordinating a work unit on a day-to-day basis.
The Office of Environmental Health and Occupational Safety is responsible for many of the campus health and safety programs, and offers the following training sessions:
The ESP is a proactive safety program that promotes ergonomic and healthy work style improvements, to decrease the chance of computer related injuries.
The injury and Illness Prevention program, a program required by OSHA, serves as the campus umbrella program for all health and safety issues.
A defensive driver education class that reviews safe driving techniques through video, lecture, test and personal experience. Driver Safety training is required for all SFSU employees who frequently drive for campus related business.
Training on OSHA mandated programs such as Hazard Communication, Bloodborne Pathogens, Radiation Safety, Hazardous Waste & Hazardous Materials Management, Forklift Training.
For additional information, contact the EHOS office at 415.338.1449 .
This program provides information, tools and strategies to prepare and submit a plan leading to a career objective at a CSU campus.
The purpose of this orientation is to introduce you to the SFSU campus and the CSU system as well as provide you with valuable information regarding your benefits and pay as well as other information important to your successful transition to the University.
This program provides an understanding of the key elements and purpose of the University staff position description. Participants learn practical approaches to completing the position description template and writing tips.
This program provides an overview of the Staff Fee Waiver Program. Participants will learn how the program can help employees get training to improve the skills necessary to do their current jobs or to develop the knowledge base to bring them to a higher level of achievement.