Training

Online TrainME Courses

All University core compliance modules, health and safety hazard based training and bookable classroom sessions are avaliable through the University's training platform TrainME. All staff, students and individuals with IT access can log into TrainME using their single sign on credentials via the StaffHub or via the direct link below.

Comprehensive TrainME support is available using published quick reference guides and the Knowledge Base FAQs published in ServiceNow

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  • Online Modules in TrainME

    Core Compliance

    Health and Safety Roles & Responsibilities

    Health and Safety Hazard Based Courses

    • Health and Safety Induction
    • Office Ergonomics
    • Manual Handling
    • Warden
    • Laboratory Safety
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Chemical Management
    • Gas Safety
    • Plant Safety
    • Safe Radiation Practices - Laser
    • Safe Radiation Practices - Ionising
    • Safe Radiation Practices - Use Lisence Holders (Only for people who hold a use licence)
  • Face-To-Face Sessions in TrainME

    First Aid

    First aid training prepares you with the knowledge and skills to provide emergency pre-hospital care to injured or ill persons. You can get advice on choosing the right course by consulting your health and safety business partner. For more information regarding enrollment, eligibility, requirements and support check out the First Aid training support page.

    The available first aid training sessions include:

    • Provide First Aid (Level2) . Includes CPR – HLTAID003
    • Provide Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) – HLTAID001

    Fire Extinguisher

    Description

    This face-to-face session educates participants in all aspects of portable fire extinguishers. Participants will become familiar with basic fire science, extinguishing agents and different types, as well as the usage of each extinguisher. Trainees may also participate in a 'practical' usage session.

    Audience

    This training is mandatory for all Chief and Deputy Wardens, and compulsory if relevant to job role. It is highly recommended for general Wardens. Training includes hands on use of extinguishers, please note that this part of the training may preclude those with health issues. Please wear covered shoes, long pants, long sleeves (non flowing clothing).

    Dates (9:30am-10:30am and 11:00am-12:00pm)

    • Thursday 20th September
    • Monday 15th October
    • Friday 30th November

    Location: Lawn on south side of 1888 Building (Gate 8, Grattan Street beside Stop 1, 757 Swanston Street)

  • Modules not available in TrainME

    Approved training for Elected Health and Safety Representatives

    For information on training options, course descriptions, fees and more support information please visit the HSR and DWG page

    Biohazard Laboratory Practice

    An introduction to the concept of biological risks and the risk management strategies used when working with hazardous biological agents.

    Biohazard Lab Practice is run online by Gene Technology and Biosafety in the Office for Research Ethics and Integrity. Please direct any queries to the provider.

    GoldFFX / Chemwatch

    For general users there is a presentation on GoldFFX for General Users. The presentation covers how to use the Chemical Management System to source Safety Data Sheets, mini Safety Data Sheets, chemical labels and emergency information.

    For Laboratory managers there is presentation on GoldFFX for Laboratory Supervisors. The presentation teaches Laboratory Supervisors how to manage chemical inventories within GoldFFX.

    Face-to-face training is also available on request, please email safety-chemical@unimelb.edu.au for further information.

    Delivered on request

    Please contact your local Health and Safety Business Partner to enquire about requesting a face-to-face delivery of one of the health and safety hazard based courses or one of the following courses:

    • Hazardous Waste Management
    • Delivery of Work Station Assessments (Train the trainer)
    • Plant Safety Management
    • Suspicious Package and Threat Response
      Recommended for front-line staff and anyone who potentially could find themselves receiving such a threat. Supportive documentation is available by request from Emergency Management. Topics include threat checklists, search procedures and dealing with the emergency services.

    Bespoke

    Health & Safety Specialists have the expertise to design and tailor training courses to meet specific needs within the University. If your area would benefit from a tailored training course, please contact Health & Safety with details of the area and an outline of the type of training required.

  • Training for users without TrainME access

    Guest access to TrainME using HR39 Form

    Tennants, contractors, visiting academics / students or anyone without University log on credentials need to submit a HR39 form to access TrainME and the entire single sign on supported systems eg Incident and Hazard Reporting in ERMS.

    You can download the HR39 form and sent it to hr-fes@unimelb.edu.au

    Please note that selecting the correct Organisation / Department as well as supervisor is important for reporting and data reconciliation within TrainME. IT Access is only able to be granted for up to 12 months, so please ensure you only submit the form with 364 days or less.

  • Records and Reporting

    Training in TrainME is automatically recorded within the system. Training delivered by an external provider is not automatically loaded into THEMIS. Individual staff must record their completed training as External Training in THEMIS Staff Self Service

    For queries about the content of your training record, please contact your local health and safety business partner.

    The University Services Health & Safety team generates quarterly divisional training reports which captures both staff and student training records. If you wish to receive this report please first discuss with your local health and safety business partner and email ohs-enquiries@unimelb.edu.au.

  • Management of Training

    The Health & Safety: Training requirements sets out responsibilities for planning, delivering and recording health & safety training at the University of Melbourne.

    The Health & Safety training requirements matrix provides general guidelines on training requirements.

    A Training needs analysis template is available for local areas to use.

    Relocation and induction requirements should also be consulted for new staff or staff who have changed working environments.

  • Responsibilities

    Divisions- Planning and Coordination

    The Head of Division is responsible for formulating and periodically reviewing the local health and safety training plan in consultation with staff in the local area.

    The local health and safety business partner in the Division will:

    • assist the Head of Division to formulate and review the local health and safety training plan;
    • facilitate and coordinate group training sessions in the local area; and
    • provide guidance to supervisors in determining the training needs of individual staff.

    Supervisors/Managers - Determining Individual Requirements

    Supervisors/managers are responsible for identifying the training needs (including refresher training needs) of staff and students under their supervisory/management control, in consultation with the staff or student in question. Training needs are based on the nature of work/activity undertaken.

    They must determine or review your staff/student's training needs when:

    • the staff/student commences with the University;
    • the type of work/activities are altered;
    • the work environment is altered or new; or
    • at least every 3 years

    Your local health and safety business partner can provide advice and assistance.

    Individual Staff and Students

    Individual staff and students should consult their supervisor about their training needs. Your local health and safety business partner can provide further advice if needed.