Biosafety Training

We provide a number of biosafety-related training courses in classroom settings and online. The table below shows each course, who it applies to, how frequently it should be taken and how it is offered.

Check the EH&S Training Calendar to find a schedule of upcoming training sessions.  If you’re unsure of which courses are applicable to your research, refer to the EHS Training Tool.

Note: EHS trainings are in the process of moving from Trains to RosterTech.  The links have been updated.  If you have any questions, please contact us.

 

Course Name

Required for anyone who works with:

Retaken every:

Offered:

General Biosafety

Biological materials including: bacteria, human material, viruses, mammalian cell lines, prions, biological toxins, etc.

3 Years

In a classroom setting at least twice a month.

Register here

Recombinant DNA

Recombinant and/or synthetic nucleic acid molecules

3 Years

In a classroom setting at least twice a month.

Register here

Bloodborne Pathogens (for Researchers)

Human blood, tissues, cell lines, or other potentially infectious materials from a human source

1 Year

In a classroom setting at least once a month. Register here

Or online through the Board of Regents Website

Shipment of Dangerous Goods

Shipping hazardous materials (chemicals, biologicals, & dry ice) through EHS to locations outside of Georgia Tech

2 Years

Online through RosterTech. Register here

Bloodborne Pathogens for Non-Researchers Staff who could potentially be occupationally exposed to blood 1 Year

In a classroom by request

Or online through the Board of Regents Website

 

You can use the form below to arrange a private training session for large groups if your group cannot attend one of the existing scheduled trainings.