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In-Person Training

Risk Management and Safety provides in-person certifications for Basic Adult CPR/AED and First Aid training as well as Box Truck and Trailer practicals (road exams) for the CMV program. We also offer customized in-person department safety trainings.

In-Person Certifications

Basic Adult CPR/AED and First Aid. Become certified in basic adult CPR/AED and First Aid through the American Red Cross. Certification is valid for 2 years. This is open to all BYU employees and students. Certification is $24 or $18 for just CPR/AED. All interested individuals may register to be certified through byu.myabsorb.com. The schedule is updated every month and two classes are held monthly based off interest.

Departments who are requiring that their employees or student take these classes will be billed by Risk Management. Employees and students who are taking this outside of BYU employment need to pay for the class prior to coming for the in-person practical exam. Prices are set by American Red Cross. Below is the link for self-pay.

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For any questions, please contact us at 801-422-3119.

CMV Program

Employees who will be driving a BYU box truck or pulling a dual axil trailer will need to be certified through the CMV program which includes passing a practical road exam. All documentation for the CMV program must be completed and gathered into a driver file prior to a road exam being administered. The employee taking the practical should be taught how to drive safely with their supervisor as the practical is a road test. CDL drivers do not need to take a practical as they have already done so with the state.

Physical Facilities, Dining Services, BYUB, and Print and Mail has a designated employee who will administer your practical. For all others, please contact us at 801-422-3119 to schedule this road test.

In-Person Safety Trainings

1. Safety Meetings

A monthly in-person training is provided to physical facilities employees. These trainings cover a wide variety of safety topics pertinent to the various departments within physical facilities. Any department that would like to request a specific training, contact 801-422-4896.

2. Safety Audits

Employees who would like to learn how to perform a safety audit for their area, please contact Risk Management at 801-422-4486. An employee from Risk management will come to your department and teach you how to look for safety hazards in your area and how to mitigate those hazards. To schedule an appointment, please call 801-422-4896.

3. Other Safety Trainings

Departments who are interested in scheduling an in-person safety training may call 801-422-4896. Trainings may be 30-60 minutes, depending on department needs and topics.

Examples of topics include:

  • Practicing CPR
  • Stop the Bleed
  • Electrical Safety
  • How to properly inspect a harness
  • Working on campus roofs
  • How to respond to an emergency
  • Lab Safety
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Infectious Diseases
  • How to respond to an active shooter
  • Accident Investigation and Root Causes
  • Ergonomics