Required Training for all UAF Employees
Employee Safety Orientation - Upon hire
Hazard Communication GHS - Upon hire
|Find out what you have to take!|
Office Safety (general) - Upon hire
Slips, Trips and Falls - Upon hire
Department Emergency Action Plan (DEAP) - Upon hire
Department specific, talk to your supervisor
Title IX Training - DUE Within 30 Days of Hire and Then Annually
The University of Alaska has determined that all employees must have Title IX training within 30 days of hire, and updated annually. The UAF Chancellor's training policy is currently being updated to reflect this change.
Access Online Title IX Training at UAOnline: https://uaonline.alaska.edu
- Login using your UA Username and UA Password
- From the menu, select Employee Services
- From the menu, select Employee E-Learning
- From the menu, select Haven for Faculty & Staff
- Login to EverFi Inc. with your UA credentials
· Register your attendance
TWO Trainings Required for Protection of Minors DUE Upon Hire
Training A - Protection of Minors: Awareness Training (Conducted through the EduRisk Website)
United Educators is currently changing their learning platform. This change will affect access to the protection of minors training from now until the end of July 2017. If you have a need to take this training due to your work requiring you to work with minors prior to August 1, 2017, please contact Frances Isgrigg at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kim Knudsen at email@example.com . They will make sure you have what you need before working with minors. We apologize for this inconvenience and will work on the new platform access so that all can help keep our minors safe.
Awareness Training: Protection of Minors Training - Upon Hire
Three separate Awareness Level trainings are now available to choose from based upon your occupation requirements. Please carefully read the options below and select the most appropriate one:
Option 1: Employees With Incidental Contact – This training is for University employees who may encounter children on campus through the course of their job duties and are not included in any of the above categories.
Option 2: Employees Working With Minors - This training is designed and designated for those individuals who will be working directly with children (examples may include Summer Recreational Program Staff, Art and Music Camp Staff, Science Outreach Staff, Residence Hall Staff and K-12 Education Program Staff.)
Option 3: Employees Who Will be Hiring Those Who Work With Minors - This training is designed and designated for those individuals who will be hiring employees who will be working with children (examples may include Summer Recreational Program Directors, Art and Music Camp Directors, Science Outreach Directors and K-12 Education Program Directors.)
Training B - Protection of Minors: Policy and Reporting Procedure Training
Policy and Reporting Procedure Training - Upon Hire
Please review the policy and reporting procedures before taking the quiz. There is no powerpoint for this training.