As of October 23, 2020, EH&S is resuming in-person instruction for those people who have not had initial training in Confined Space Entry, Fall Protection, and Fire Extinguisher. In-person respirator fit testing and Biosafety Level 3 training continue. Strict COVID-19 prevention measures will be followed during these courses.

Refresher training for all in-person courses is postponed in accordance with Washington State Directives.

COVID-19 Safety Training

The COVID-19 Safety Training: Back to the Workplace is currently unavailable. An updated version will be available by July 30 that aligns with updated Washington state workplace health and safety regulations for COVID-19 prevention.

University units with personnel who will be initiating work on site at a University location before July 30 are required to review the unit or site-specific COVID-19 Prevention Plan with personnel before or upon starting work on site. Personnel must complete the online COVID-19 Safety Training: Back to the Workplace after it becomes available if they have not previously taken the course.

View COVID-19 Safety Training records by organization code, by manager or individual using the Safety Training Report tool.

Health and safety training

EH&S Training provides health and safety training courses that meet regulatory and policy requirements and support a culture of safety for the University of Washington. We offer online, classroom, and blended courses, and provide guides to help personnel find classes appropriate for their work.

Most EH&S courses are free to faculty, staff, and students with a valid UW NetID. Please keep in mind:

  • If you do not have a UW NetID, ask your department/unit for sponsorship.
  • Temporary UWNetIDs cannot be used to access courses. 
  • UW alumni who have trouble accessing courses should contact the Training team.

Find your course

Course schedules and registration

View online and instructor-led course descriptions and schedules, and register for required and recommended health and safety training courses (UWNetID required). Use the search feature to find specific courses or filter courses by mode, type, or work area.

Change or cancel registration

View, change or cancel a safety training course registration by accessing the Safety Training Registration tool.

Training Records

View training records by organization code, manager or individual using the Safety Training Report tool.


Sorry, no. A UW NetID is required to take online classes and to pre-register for classroom classes.

No. The course registration process captures your UW NetID in a background and includes that in their records and you may not be able to see your records again. Every time you login, it may only show their records.

After June 21, 2019, users with temporary visitor accounts (accounts with a “wireXXXXX” format) will no longer be able to access online safety training courses provided by the Environmental Health & Safety Department (EH&S).

EH&S has moved our online safety training courses to the Bridge Learning Management System. Temporary accounts cannot access the Bridge Learning Management System due to insufficient access rights to register for courses. In addition, EH&S documents all safety training courses completed by each person for compliance purposes, and because temporary accounts are not assigned to a specific person, allowing access undermines the University’s compliance responsibilities.

The solution is to obtain a sponsored UW NetID from UW-IT for visitors required to register for a class or complete an online training.

If you have a permanent UWNetID and you cannot access training courses, please contact the EH&S Training team at 206.543.7201 or

UW alumni can use their permanent UWNetID to access training courses.

UW alumni who have trouble accessing courses should contact the Training team at 206.543.7201 or

You can sponsor them for a temporary UW NetID through the UW’s IT Connect.


The online Safety Training Report tool Report by Individual tab allows you to view EH&S safety training records and reprint course certificates. 

Please allow one or two days after completing a training for your records to show. If you still have questions or concerns after that time, please contact our Training Office for assistance at

One-on-one or small group training may be considered a consultation and not a documented EH&S training course. For a consultation, see the EH&S Staff Directory list to find the group associated with the needed subject area. If you have trouble deciding who can help you from our directory, please contact us.



EH&S Training Contact

(206) 543-7201