USC is a world class institution and that means its also a prime target for bad actors. As a system owners at USC, you have a responsibility to prevent cybersecurity incidents through preparedness, planning, and urgent action in the case of an incident. In this course, you’ll learn about the foundational action items you can […]
Use or am potentially exposed to chemicals or manage/supervise/work in a wet lab
General Lab Safety Refresher may be completed: (a) In-house by PI as part of the Annual Safety Refresher. Use the checklist as a guide. OR (b) via the Online General Lab Safety Training Course in Trojan Learn. The course covers hazardous materials, lab hazards, engineering and administrative controls, personal protective equipment, and hazardous waste management. […]
The GLS Meet and Greet is a workshop that:– Introduces new USC researchers to EH&S Research Safety staff.– Promotes the exchange of safety information, anecdotes, or experiences between colleagues.– Connects researchers with EH&S staff to assist in addressing questions or concerns.
The course covers hazardous materials, lab hazards, engineering and administrative controls, personal protective equipment, and hazardous waste management. Anyone working in USC laboratories must attend. High school students must complete the course and provide a signed Parent Consent Form to their USC research advisors prior to working in USC laboratories.
Requirement to take RCR course varies depending on NSF & NIH funding source. The CITI course should be completed if the funding source is NSF. Topics include: scientific integrity, misconduct and fraud in science, data acquisition and management, collaborative research, responsible authorship, conflicts of interest, innovation advancement and patents, animal welfare, human subjects, mentor/mentee responsibilities […]
This introductory course is designed to enable researchers and other employees to understand the kinds of activities that may raise export control considerations so that they can proactively engage with the Office of Culture, Ethics and Compliance (OCEC) for guidance on whether the regulations apply in specific situations. The target audience for the course is […]