Got a UQ username and password? You must complete any required online training assessments through Learn.UQ (Blackboard) to make sure they’re recorded on your staff or student profile.

If you don’t have a UQ login:

  1. Complete a training needs analysis (PDF, 148KB) with your supervisor to determine which training you need to do.
  2. Download the relevant training modules from this page and read through them.
  3. When you’re satisfied with your knowledge, download and print the relevant assessment documents.
  4. Answer the questions in writing on the assessment sheets.
  5. Submit them to your supervisor.

Your supervisor will mark and sign your assessments. You need 80% to pass.

ID

Training module

Assessment

OHSB08

General Workplace Safety Induction (PDF, 4MB)

General Workplace Safety Induction training declaration (PDF, 489KB)

OHSB09

Annual Fire Safety training (PDF, 3.4MB)

Assessment for Annual Fire Safety training assessment (PDF, 162KB)

OHSB01

Laboratory Safety training (PDF, 1.7MB)

Assessment for Laboratory Safety training assessment (PDF, 170KB)

OHSB03

Chemical Safety training (PDF, 1.8MB)

Chemical Safety training assessment (PDF, 156KB)

OHSB02

Computer Workstations (Design/Adjustment) training (PDF, 1MB)

Computer workstation self-assessment checklist (PDF, 188KB) – recommended but not compulsory. You don't need to submit this to your supervisor.

OHSB12

X-ray Safety training (PDF, 1.3MB)

X-ray Safety training assessment (PDF, 134KB)

Supervisors

If you supervise a volunteer you need to:

  1. Complete a training needs analysis (PDF, 148KB) with each volunteer or visitor to determine which training they need to complete.
  2. Mark and sign completed training assessments.
  3. Contact your Workplace Health and Safety Coordinator (WHSC) to verify and record completion of assessments.
  4. Maintain records of completed training and assessment within your area. For volunteers it’s recommended you attach a copy of the completed assessment to their volunteer application form.

If you have volunteers working in your area, make sure you read: