Quizzes provided on this page should be completed and returned to Human Resources within 3 days of employment.  For training and quizzes provided through the MEMIC Safety Academy Learning System, due dates are managed electronically with regular reminders sent to designated employees via email.

Discrimination and Harassment Prevention and Awareness

Discrimination and Harassment Prevention and Awareness training is required of all employees at Saint Joseph's College of Maine.  Further updates are provided through distribution of annual notices to all employees.

Hazard Communication & The Global Harmonizing System

The Hazard Communication & The Global Harmonizing System training is required for employees (faculty, staff & student employees) in the following departments:

  • Alfond Center
  • All employees who work and/or teach in the Science Labs
  • Aquatics
  • ATHLETICS (including):
    • Athletic Field Maintenance
    • Athletic Training Staff
    • Sports Team Coaches & Student Assistants
    • Laundry Room Assistants
    • Strength & Conditioning
  • Campus Safety
  • Clinical Nursing Faculty
  • Facilities Management
  • Fine Arts
  • Health and Wellness Center
  • Pearson's Café & Baggot Street

Other positions/departments may be required to complete this training if indicated duties include exposure to hazardous materials.

Saint Joseph's College provides this annual training through the MEMIC Safety Academy Learning Management System.  For questions about accessing the MEMIC Safety Academic Learning Management System, please contact Mary Lee Lunt (mlunt@sjcme.edu or 207-893-7655).

Bloodborne Pathogens

Due to position responsibilities in certain departments and areas, employees may be exposed to bodily fluids, i.e. blood, during the course of performing position duties. Whether working with a student athlete who becomes injured, or a colleague who sustains an injury using an item in the workplace, i.e. a knife, it is important to understand and know the potential risk of exposure.

Viewing of a Bloodborne Pathogen training video and completion of a quiz are required annually for the following positions/departments:

  • Alfond Center
  • Aquatics
  • Athletic Training
  • Campus Safety
  • Clinical Nursing Faculty
  • Health and Wellness Center
  • Housekeeping
  • Pearson's Café & Baggot Street
  • Sports Team Coaches & Student Assistants

Other positions/departments may be required to complete this training if indicated duties include exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

Saint Joseph's College provides this annual training through the MEMIC Safety Academy Learning Management System.  For questions about accessing the MEMIC Safety Academic Learning Management System, please contact Mary Lee Lunt (mlunt@sjcme.edu or 207-893-7655).

Working Conditions in Hot & Cold Environments

Saint Joseph’s College is committed to the health and safety of our employees and providing a working environment that is free from recognized hazards, including hot and cold stress, which can cause serious physical harm, including death.

Viewing of a Hot and Cold training video and completion of a quiz are required annually for the following positions/departments:

  • Admissions
  • Aquatics
  • Athletic Field Maintenance
  • Athletics/Sports Team Coaches & Assistants
  • Athletic Training
  • Campus Safety
  • Grants: Student Research Assistants & Faculty Supervisors
  • Facilities Management
  • Pearson's Café & Events

Other positions/departments may be required to complete this training if indicated duties include exposure to hot and/or cold environments.

Saint Joseph's College provides this annual training through the MEMIC Safety Academy Learning Management System.  For questions about accessing the MEMIC Safety Academic Learning Management System, please contact Mary Lee Lunt (mlunt@sjcme.edu or 207-893-7655).

Video Display Terminals (VDT)

Both the Federal Government and the State of Maine have enacted laws requiring Safety Standards for Operators of Video Display Terminals (VDT). The law requires training of all VDT operators, defined as employees whose primary job, for at least half of their typical workday (four consecutive hours, exclusive of breaks), involves work at a video display terminal. This annually required training includes a twenty-six minute video, a powerpoint presentation, a workstation checklist, and an eight question quiz (below). Please send the checklist to Mary Lee Lunt (mlunt@sjcme.eduand the quiz to Karen Stewart (kstewart@sjcme.edu).  Additional resources can be found here: http://www.safetyworksmaine.com/training/online_classes/vdt/VDT-Main.htm. By understanding basic ergonomics and its interaction with your job, you can work more efficiently and comfortably, help prevent injuries, and promote your long-term health.