New To ES&H Training
What are the minimum ESH training requirements?
SLAC Employees - All employees at SLAC are
required to take:
Non-SLAC Employees - The minimum training required
for non- SLAC employees to receive a SLAD ID badge and work
unescorted in non-radiologically controlled areas is one of the
following two courses:
- Course 219 - Employee Orientation to
Environmental Safety and Health (EOESH) - Completion of this
course is sufficient to receive a SLAC ID badge and access most
non-radiologically controlled areas at SLAC without an escort. This
course has a refresher training requirement of two years.
- Course 375 - Construction Safety Orientation - This
course is required for all construction sub-contractors at SLAC.
- Course 396 - Safety Orientation for Non-SLAC Employees (SON) - This course is required for all non-construction subcontractors, vendors,
users, emeritus staff, collaborators, visiting scholars, scientists,
researchers and students who require a SLAC ID badge and/or work
unescorted at SLAC in more than just office areas.
- Additional training will be required to access radiologically
- Performing work which involves hazardous activities and/or
requires access to areas on site where hazards exist will require
additional Work Planning and Control (WPC) training.
- For a complete matrix outlining site access training requirements,
please click here.
For detailed descriptions of all ESH Training courses including who
should attend and how to take the training, please see the ESH Training Course Catalog.
I'm a new employee; what classes do I need to take?
The type of work you do determines what ES&H
courses you are required to take. It is the responsibility of your
supervisor to fill out a
training assessment (STA) identifying training as required based on
tasks associated with your job.
I'm not an employee;
do I have
to take course 219 Employee Orientation to ES&H (EOESH)?
- Please see the
ES&H Training Course catalog for information on how to register
for a specific course.
- If you don't know who is responsible for your
training evaluation, ask your supervisor or your SLAC
point-of-contact. Each department may handle
STA-entry differently. If you
don't know your STA contact, ask your
EOESH is required for
SLAC employees only. If you are not a SLAC employee, then you must take
- (SON) Safety Orientation for Non-SLAC
I have a contractor/vendor
who needs to take training; do they require a SLAC ID number?
- If you need unescorted access to a radiological controlled
area (RCA), you must also take
course 115 - GERT.
Yes. Please refer to the following link for more information: