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Employee Safety Training Records 5/13/2015List all employees, student workers and grad students who are paid by ASU whether by regular payroll, grants or stipends.
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Building Name:Room:Principle Investigator(s):Unpaid students may also take the training however, they will not be able to register on line. They must go to the training
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ISTB4231Karmella Haynessession and sign in on the clipboard.
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Training webpage:http://openwetware.org/wiki/Haynes:Internal#Safety_Training
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*This training is available via a web based class on ASU Blackboard.
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Last NameFirst NameASU IDE-mailLab SpecificFIRE or FIREWEB*FIRE refresher*LABSAFELABREFWEB*BIOSAFE or BIOSAFEWEB*BIOSAFE refresher*HAZWASTE*HAZREFWEB*NIHrDNAWEB*CGAS OVERVIEWAUTOCLAVEDRYICE* (optional)STAUS (1/13/16)NOTES
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HaynesKarmella1204475189khaynes5@asu.eduinstructor9/29/20111/11/201610/19/20111/13/201611/18/20111/13/20161/24/20128/24/20152/14/20128/30/20127/24/2012Up to datePI
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NyerDavid "Ben"1201622075dnyer@asu.edu1/11/201611/25/20081/12/201612/16/20141/12/201612/10/20141/4/20161/10/201310/6/201512/10/201411/4/20111/12/2016Up to dateResearch Tech
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DaerRene1204130013rmdavis9@asu.edu1/11/20168/10/20111/14/20168/10/20111/14/20168/17/20111/14/201610/24/20111/15/20161/7/20138/30/20121/27/2016Up to datePhD student
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BarclayDavid1204725504dkbarcla@asu.edu1/11/20169/27/20125/20/20152/7/20145/20/201511/12/20125/20/201511/12/20125/20/201512/3/20127/6/2015Up to dateUG FURI/ honors
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SimperJan1205154635jsimper@asu.edu1/11/201611/27/20121/12/201611/28/20121/12/201612/2/20121/11/201611/24/20121/12/201612/2/201211/15/20125/18/2016Up to dateUG FURI/ honors
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KyriacouTheodore1208216889tkyriaco@asu.edu1/11/20161/24/20159/18/20151/27/20151/13/20163/13/20151/24/201512/29/20151/24/20153/16/20154/22/2016Up to date
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TzeDavid1204724295dtze2@asu.edu1/20/20158/13/20148/14/201510/1/20158/14/20153/10/20151/8/20162/15/20151/8/20163/10/20152/15/2015Almost completeUG FURI
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VargasDaniel Alejandro1202632569davargas@asu.edu1/11/201612/17/20149/30/20154/23/20131/11/20168/20/20141/4/20162/21/20151/11/20162/21/20152/23/20151/13/2016Up to datePhD student
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BarrettCassandracmbarre6@asu.edu1/11/20168/10/201501/11/20168/14/201501/11/20168/10/201501/11/20168/10/201501/11/20168/10/20158/10/201512/23/2015Up to datePhD student
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TekelStefan1206405027stekel@asu.edu1/11/20168/21/20137/19/20168/21/20137/19/20168/21/20137/19/20168/23/20137/19/20168/23/20138/13/20151/13/2016Up to datePhD student
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HenningAlyssaalhennin@asu.edu8/18/168/12/168/15/168/12/168/12/168/14/168/12/168/12/16Up to datePhD student
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ShangChuquan
cshang2@asu.edu8/18/168/16/168/15/168/15/168/15/168/15/168/15/168/19/16Up to dateMasters student
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Unpaid Members
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ChiappettiReedrschiapp@asu.edu7/1/20156/3/20156/11/20156/3/20156/3/20156/3/20156/3/2015Up to date
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ChristensenMatt David2/1/20163/26/20163/26/20163/26/20163/26/20161/29/20161/25/20165/17/2016
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PetersonMara1201444768mbpeter1@asu.edu8/17/20155/6/20149/18/20151/14/20158/24/20158/18/20148/25/20158/18/20148/25/20158/18/20148/17/20141/11/2016Up to date
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StojilkovicLydia lydia.stojilkovic@asu.edu1/21/201610/2/201512/18/201511/1/201510/12/201510/12/201510/12/201511/1/20154/12/2016Up to date
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StrikerShawn1207383381ssstrike@asu.edu3/21/20158/22/201412/24/201510/29/201412/24/20159/16/201412/26/20151/7/201512/24/20159/20/20149/8/20141/20/2016Up to date
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MurphyBaylee12047536509/28/20159/12/20159/24/20159/13/20159/13/20159/13/201510/1/2015Up to dateSynberc Scholars
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HashiZamzam120593384211/5/201510/13/20151/19/201610/13/201510/17/201510/18/2015Almost completeSynberc Scholars
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iGEM
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WuJiaqi1207125474jiaqiwu@asu.edu1/18/20168/27/20141/17/201612/16/20141/17/201612/28/20141/6/20161/4/20151/17/20161/6/201512/28/20145/10/2016Up to dateUG FURI
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ChenTimothy1203484862tachen@asu.edu>1/22/20168/27/20151/17/20168/27/20151/19/20161/20/20161/20/20161/20/20161/21/20161/20/2016Up to dateiGEM member
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XuJimmy1207112292jimmyxu@asu.edu1/11/20168/27/20148/3/20158/27/20148/3/20157/16/20148/18/20157/16/20148/3/20157/16/20147/15/20145/8/2016Up to dateUG Spark OR
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DennisonBradybpdennis@asu.edu1/11/20168/27/20141/23/20168/27/20141/23/20166/5/20156/8/166/5/20156/8/166/5/20156/5/20154/25/2016Up to date
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LunaErnestoErnesto.luna@asu.edu6/6/166/4/166/4/166/4/166/4/166/4/166/4/166/4/16Up to date
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FloresBrittanybaflore5@mainex1.asu.edu6/6/168/29/20157/29/169/24/20157/29/168/29/20158/1/168/29/20157/29/165/19/20165/19/20161/26/2016Up to date
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SchultzRobrschult4@asu.edu6/6/164/25/20169/10/20158/11/168/27/20158/11/168/11/169/10/20156/2/20165/20/2016Up to date
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Training Explanations
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Lab SpecificLaboratory Specific Safety Orientation: Laboratory employees who perform any laboratory operations within academic, clinical, or research laboratories and who may receive or be exposed to hazardous chemicals while performing their duties. The Principal Investigator or laboratory supervisor must provide laboratory specific safety training relative to the specific hazards associated in their laboratory (i.e. chemicals and equipment). Initially upon hire and prior to assignments involving new hazard exposure situations.
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FIREFire Safety & Prevention: Required for all ASU employees. Note: Exceptions may be made by the ASU Fire Marshall for locations where portable fire extinguishers are not available. Initially upon hire and then a refresher annually thereafter. "FIREWEB" is the (new) Blackboard version.
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LABSAFELaboratory Safety: Laboratory employees engaged in the use of hazardous chemicals while performing any laboratory operations in any laboratory used for scientific experimentation, research, or education. Initially upon hire and then a refresher annually thereafter.
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BIOSAFEBiosafety & Bloodborne Pathogens: Employees who perform any laboratory operations within academic, clinical, or research laboratories involving infectious agents or potentially infectious material including blood, tissues, and cell lines. This course satisfies the Bloodborne Pathogens training requirement as well as the Biosafety requirement. Initially upon hire and then a refresher annually thereafter.
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HAZWASTEHazardous Waste Management: Employees who work in labs that have chemicals of any kind and generate chemical, biological or radiological waste from their research or laboratory operations. Initially upon hire, prior to working in a laboratory environment, and before preparing hazwaste for pick-up.
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NIHrDNAWEBNIH Guidelines -Recombinant DNA Training: The NIH developed the NIH Guidelines for Research Involving Recombinant DNA Molecules as a comprehensive set of rules for the use of recombinant DNA. One component of these rules is a requirement to ensure all personnel working with recombinant DNA are properly trained. The Biosafety group in EH&S has developed a training in Blackboard called "NIH Guidelines" to help meet this requirement. As need determines.
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CGASOVERVIEWCompressed Gas Overview: This course on compressed gas is intended for anyone interacting with compressed gas cylinders. Required for ASU employees who work in a laboratory and physically handle or install compressed gas cylinders or compressed gas piping systems.
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AUTOCLAVE
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DRYICEASU Guide to Shipping Dry Ice: Federal rules require that anyone wishing to ship dry ice must first have shipping training. If you are going to package dry ice for shipment or sign any type of shipping documentation (such as a FedEx Airbill) for a dry ice shipment, you must follow the training certification requirements. Must complete and submit EH&S Intent to Ship Dry Ice form.
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Reference : ASU Environmental Health & Safety Department Training Determination Table, www.asu.edu/uagc/EHS
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