New Employee Health and Safety Training
Welcome to School District 63!
Before you can start work, you will need to complete the following training to learn about our safety policies and procedures, learn how to administer epinephrine, and learn about the safe use and handling of hazardous materials in the workplace.
Health and Safety Orientation
- Complete the New Employee Health & Safety Orientation On-Line Training.
You will need to log in using your assigned username and password. Detailed instructions
Workplace Hazardous Material Information System
- Complete the WHMIS On-Line Training Course - Currently Unavailable.
You will need to open a Safe23 Account to receive an email confirmation with a link to the course. Detailed instructions
- Finalize your certification, upon completion of the course, by contacting SD63 Human Resources/Health and Safety staff at (250) 652-7327 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anaphylaxis Awareness Training
Required for all employees except Custodians, Maintenance and Grounds Workers.
- Watch the How to Use Epipen Auto-Injector video.
- Review SD63 Policy No. 6040 Anaphylaxis in Schools and No. 6030 Administering Medication to Students, both found in Policy Section 6000.
- Sign and return the Anaphylaxis Awareness Signature Sheet once you have completed the training.
Workplace Bullying and Harassment Awareness Training
- Watch the Workplace Bullying and Harassment Awareness Training video.
- Review SD63 Policy No. 5530 Harassment and Bullying, found in Policy Section 5000.
- Sign and return the Workplace Bullying and Harassment Awareness Training Signature Sheet once you have completed the training.
First Aid Certification
Some positions require Emergency First Aid Certification. Bring your Certification Card to Human Resources/Health and Safety to have a copy made for your employee record.
If you require First Aid training, register for a course then advise Human Resources/Health and Safety of your registration date. See Useful Links on Health & Safety page for a list of training providers.
If you work in multiple locations, be sure to check with each school to learn about site-based occupational first aid attendants, fire wardens, muster stations, and evacuation procedures.