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Safety Training Information

Online Training

All Cal State LA safety training can be accessed using 'CSULearn' for staff, volunteers, or student employees or 'Student Learning Bridge' for CalState LA students. 

CSU Learn Training

CSULearn is a training platform used for training and certification programs. Risk Management and Environmental Health & Safety (RMEHS) currently uses only online training to train employees depending on the hazard assessment for each control area. In addition, supervising personnel can request a consultation to  help assess and determine the type of training required based on your control area. You are free to take a course merely to broaden your education, each of the courses is available by  simply launching the selection.

Logging into CSULearn

  1. Log into your MyCalStateLA portal and select 'CSULearn' from the tiles on the left hand side.
  2. Search for the name of the training course or the course code*.
  3. Select 'Register' button.
  4. Select 'Start' to start the online training.
  5. Complete and download a certificate of completion copy.

*Note that that course code is more accurate, as it is a catalog number specific each training course.

Enter CSULearn

Student Learning Bridge

The 'Student Learning Bridge' is an online training platform that contains all the CSULearn training materials, but can only be accessed by CalState LA students who are not recieving monetary compensation. Student training is dependant on the control area they are accessing and the hazards the student may encounter. Training required will depend on the hazard assessment for the control area done by the supervisoring personnel. Students needing training must log in using MyCalState LA portal to access the Student Learning Bridge.

Logging into Student Learning Bridge

  1. Log into your MyCalStateLA portal and select 'Student Learning Bridge' from the tiles on the left hand side.
  2. Search for the name of the training course or the course code*. 
  3. Select 'Register' button.
  4. Select 'Start' to start the online training. 
  5. Complete and download a certificate of completion copy

*Note that that course code is more accurate, as it is a catalog number specific each training course.

Enter MyCalStateLA

Defensive Driver Training Program

*Link for employees only, students please use the course code below to search for the training course

  • Course Code: CALSTATELA-CURRIC-DDP

At the completion of the Defensive Driver Program course please do not forget to download and email a copy of the certificate of completion document to the Office of RMEHS. You can find the certificate icon (red ribbon) on the page that tracks 'My Progress', the copy authenticates your attendance and completion . If you experience problems viewing this video, please contact your ITC or email RMEHS.

If you have not already completed an enrollment form you will also need to complete the (DDT) State Vehicle Driver Program Enrollment Form

Laboratory Safety Training

All CalState LA laboratory workers are required to take the minimum laboratory safety training when working in a lab. Below is a list of the minimum training for working in a laboratory. Any other training available is dependent on the hazard assessment for the laboratory. Upon completion of a training please remember to download and email a copy of the certificate of completion to the Office of RMEHS.

In addition to the training, RMEHS requires all laboratories to have an updated hazard assessment, chemical inventory (if applicable), and edit laboratory members in the laboratory group on the Risk and Safety Solutions (RSS) platform. All laboratory members listed in the laboratory group in RSS are required to acknowledge the hazard assessment for that laboratory area before starting any work in the laboratory. Please reach out to RMEHS, should you require consultation or have any questions. 

Minimum laboratory safety training for laboratory workers.

Other specialized training based on hazard assessment for laboratory area.