Employee safety is a shared responsibility across the district. We provide courses for compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as well as general safety and health courses for our employees.
Some types of safety training are conducted in person, while others are available online through Keenan SafeColleges.
Managers and supervisors are responsible for making sure their employees complete required training. Review the training matrix to see what training is required for different types of employees.
Questions? Contact Risk Management
Our Risk Management Offices coordinates and oversees the district's many safety programs. If you have questions about any of the safety programs, then please contact Risk Management.
Asbestos awareness training is required for all staff who conduct activities where they contact but do not disturb materials that contain asbestos.
An automated external defibrillator (AED) is used to help people experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. Los Rios Police Department coordinates training and certification to use this technology.
The exposure control plan for bloodborne pathogens seeks to reduce the potential for employee exposure to occupational incidents involving blood and other potentially infectious materials such as Human Immunodeficiency Visure (HIV), Hepatitis B Virus (HBV), and Hepatitis C Virus (HCV).
The chemical hygiene plan applies to employees who work in science laboratory environments.
Confined space training is for employees who work in a confined space entry.
Any employee, student, or volunteer who drives a district vehicle must be trained and authorized to drive.
Ergonomics is the study of the interaction between people and their work environments. Learn how to adjust your work environment to fit your needs or request an ergonomic evaluation.
The Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) Program is for employees who work with or around chemicals.
In a cooperative effort with Sacramento County, Los Rios Community College District is included in the Sacramento City/County Hazard Mitigation Plan.
Heat Illness Prevention training is required for all supervisors and non-supervisory employees that work outdoors.
Industrial-powered trucks include forklifts, scissor lifts, bobcats, aerial lifts, powered pallet jacks, and boom lifts. Before any employee can drive an industrial-powered truck, they must complete training and have their driving record cleared by the DMV.
The Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) aims to reduce the number of occupational injuries and illnesses.
Lead awareness training is an annual, online training required for all staff who may be exposed to lead during the course of employment.
The lockout/blockout program aims to prevent injury or death to employees by requiring that certain precautions are taken before servicing or repairing equipment.
Safety rules for students participating in physical education (PE) classes.
Any employee that is required to wear a respirator must be trained and fit-tested prior to wearing a respirator.
Los Rios contracts with specialized removal vendors to get rid of hazardous waste, universal waste, and medical waste.
- Keenan SafeColleges Training
- Child Abuse Reporting
- Digital Security
- Emergency Procedures
- Hiring and Equity Training
- Report a Hazard or Incident
- Asbestos Awareness Program
- AED Program
- Bloodborne Pathogen Program
- Chemical Hygiene Program
- Confined Space Program
- Driving Program
- Ergonomic Program
- Hazard Communication Program
- Hazard Mitigation Program
- Heat Illness Prevention Program
- Industrial-Powered Trucks Program
- Injury and Illness Prevention Program
- Lead Awareness Program
- Lockout/Blockout Program
- PE Safety Program
- Respirator Fit Program
- Waste Program
- Workers' Compensation Program
- Sexual Assault and Harassment Prevention