Laboratory safety training

LABORATORY SAFETY TRAINING A.Y. 2017-2018

Safety training and the related assessment test are required in order to guarantee a safe access to the teaching laboratories and make the students aware of the hazards related to specific environments, activities and procedures.

The safety training takes place online through the study of educational material prepared by the University (link below) and includes:

 

  • General part - passing the test involves the issuing of a certificate that the student should print and use both for access to the teaching laboratories and for admission to the internship.

Important → After performing the test, the student must not cancel the enrollment from the Safety Area otherwise the test result can no longer be recovered.

  • Part A - Chemistry – if the student pass the test, he does not receive a certificate but only a feedback on the result at the end of the test.

Important → After performing the test, the student must not cancel the enrollment from the Safety Area otherwise the test result can no longer be recovered.

  • Part B - Biological - if the student pass the test, he does not receive a certificate but only a feedback on the result at the end of the test.

Important → After performing the test, the student must not cancel the enrollment from the Safety Area otherwise the test result can no longer be recovered.

 

The courses can be accessed through this link:

CLICK HERE to access the safety training material and carry out the final tests

and log in with your credentials (name.surname@studenti.unipd.it and password of your university account).

 

Passing successfully the 3 tests (General Part - Part A - Chemical + Part B - Biological) is mandatory to access the teaching laboratories and the practicals.

NB: Previous security training certifications can not be accepted, therefore the student must take the 3 tests required.

 

The general part course and test is held in English, chemical and biological hazard courses and tests are temporary held only in Italian. Foreign students should send an email to cdlanimalcare@unipd.it for further assistance.