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Required Compliance Training

The following provides a partial list and descriptions of training that is required of all employees or some employees based on their position description.  A complete list of all campus compliance training is available at training.csuchico.edu.

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Required of all Employees

Required for Some Positions

Notifications

Notification of training will come from the coordinator for each type of training and is typically via email.  Departments are asked to complete the Required Training Checklist which also generates a notice from Professional Development.


CSU Conflicts of Interest Training (Web-based)

Titled: CSU Conflicts of Interest

  • Required of some positions
  • Approximate length: 50 minutes
  • Frequency: every 2 years

In alignment with state law, the CSU’s Conflict of Interest code requires Employees in Designated Positions (PDF) to complete an on-line CSU Conflict of Interests training every two years. Completion time for the training is approximately 50 minutes with testing embedded throughout the content. This training is accessible wherever Internet access is available - but works best in Internet Explorer and Pop-Ups must be allowed. If you have not participated in the training, or two years has elapsed, you will be notified by e-mail of the time frame in which you will need to complete this training. PLEASE NOTE: The e-mail will come directly from a third-party vendor, SkillPort, with a personalized link for your individual account. For more information regarding the online training, please contact the campus COI filing officer at coi@csuchico.edu, (530) 898-6483.

Form 700

Employees in Designated Positions are also required by state law to file a Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700) (PDF) on an annual basis. [View a sample completed form (PDF). Principle Investigators complete a CSU Form 700-U (PDF) instead.] Each designated position has been assigned disclosure categories based on the position description. The CSU Conflict of Interest Disclosure Categories list provides a description of each of these categories.  Detailed information is available online about the CSU Conflict of Interest policies and procedures and the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC).  For more information on the Form 700, please refer to the "Resources" below or contact the campus COI filing officer at coi@csuchico.edu, (530) 898-6483.

alert

2/27/2014 Alert: The Form 700 must be filled out and/or printed from Adobe Reader 9.5 or higher.

In order to complete or print PDF forms you may need to download the PDF form and open it in Adobe Acrobat or Reader.  Contact ITSS at 530-898-4357 if you need assistance with opening PDF forms in Adobe Acrobat or Reader.  ITSS also offers instruction for installing Adobe Acrobat Pro.

Resources


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CSU Information Security Awareness (Web-based)

Titled: Data Security & Privacy

  • Required of all employees
  • Approximate length: 30 minutes
  • Frequency: every 3 years

Security Awareness Training (SAT) is required of all CSU employees. Information is available online regarding multiple information security trainings, as well as detailed information about the Information Security Awareness Online Training.  Contact Information Security at (530) 898-6212 for more information.

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CSU Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Web-based)

  • Required of all employees (who do not have supervisory or lead responsibilities) upon employment
  • Approximate length: 20 minutes

Consistent with the Fair Employment and Housing Act, the CSU (EO 927) (PDF) requires all employees to receive Anti-Sexual Harassment training upon their initial arrival at campus. [As of January 2014, the CSU pulled the general sexual harassment training offline for updating.  When a the new training is available, this site will be updated.] This training is separate from the CSU Sexual Harassment Training for Supervisors and the campus' own refresher training (such as, "Recognizing Discrimination and Harassment"). Contact us at (530) 898-6771 for more information.

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CSU Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors (Web-based)

Titled: EDU Supervisor: Anti-Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation 

  • Required for supervisors, work leads and employees that direct the work of others (including student leads)
  • Approximate length: 2 hours (state law requires 120 minutes of training)
  • Frequency: every 2 years

The CSU and State Law (AB 1825) requires all employees who become supervisors to receive training within six months of assuming supervisory responsibilities. In addition, any individual who supervises employees or student assistants (e.g. provides work direction) is required to complete the CSU course. This training requirement is ongoing and the course must be completed every two years. This on-line training is offered through an independent provider, SkillPort. Supervisors receive an email directly from SkillPort, which provides them a personalized link to the Web-based training . The CSU offers an FAQ site to help answer general questions regarding this training (rev. 10/12/2005). Please contact Professional Development, Human Resources Service Center, at (530) 898-6771 if you need to be enrolled in the course.

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EHS Defensive Driver Training

  • Necessary for most employees
  • Approximate length: 2 hours
  • Frequency: every 4 years

The CSU Vehicle Use Policy requires that employees complete a Defensive Driver Training (DDT) course every four years to drive a state vehicle or privately-owned vehicle on state business. The Office of Vehicle Reservations offers the two-hour course on a weekly basis for faculty, staff, and student employees. To view available times and register for the DDT training, please go to the EHS Web-Based Training System. Call Environmental Health & Safety at 898-5126 for more information.

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EHS Emergency Preparedness Training (Web-based)

  • Required of all employees
  • Approximate length: 20 minutes

The emergency management orientation includes procedures to address emergency preparedness. More information is available at the Emergency Preparedness web site, or by contacting Yvette Streeter, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, (530) 898-5126.

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EHS Emergency Action Plan (Web-based)

  • Required of all employees
  • Approximate length: 20 minutes

This 20-minute training is required one-time during the course of your employment by Cal-OSHA. However, if rules, regulations, or programmatic changes were to occur, you will be required to retake this module with an explanation of the changes. The Emergency Action Plan is presented to employees to give them a basic understanding of what to do in the event of many different types of emergencies. Contact Marvin Pratt at Environmental Health & Safety, at at (530) 898-5126 for more information.

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EHS Fire Prevention Plan Training (Web-based)

  • Required of all employees
  • Approximate length: 20 minutes

This training is required one-time during the course of your Chico State employment by Cal-OSHA. The purpose of the Fire Prevention Plan is to serve as a supplement to California State University, Chico’s Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) and must be used in conjunction with the IIPP. The Fire Prevention Plan establishes safe work practices and procedures and provides information which is necessary to ensure that members of the University community are knowledgeable in ways in which to recognize fire hazards and prevent fires. Contact Marvin Pratt at Environmental Health & Safety, at at (530) 898-5126 for more information.

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EHS General Safety Training (Web-based)

  • Required of all employees
  • Approximate length: 20 minutes

This training is required one-time during the course of your employment. However, if rules, regulations, or programmatic changes were to occur, you will be required to retake this module with an explanation of the changes. In accordance with California Labor Code and California Code of Regulations, Title 8, California State University, Chico has developed and implemented a comprehensive Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) to adhere to the requirements set-forth, and to make every effort to maintain a healthy and safe work environment for faculty, staff, students, visiting contractors, and visitors to our campus. This course also incorporates ergonomic awareness training required of all employees.  Contact Marvin Pratt at Environmental Health & Safety, at at (530) 898-5126 for more information.

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EHS Hazardous Communication (Web-based)

  • Required of some positions

Hazard Communication training is required for employees who work with chemical products by Cal/OSHA to give the employees and the employer their rights and responsibilities when using chemicals. This training is required one-time during the course of your Chico State employment by Cal-OSHA. Contact Marvin Pratt at Environmental Health & Safety, at at (530) 898-5126 for more information.

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New Employee Orientation

  • Required of all employees

A half-day New Employee Orientation is typically held each month to help staff become familiar with the history of Chico State, understand its organizational structure, and learn about the services that are offered to both employees and students. Staff and management employees will also become familiar with CSU Policies and Employee Obligations including:

Call the Human Resources Service Center (530) 898-6771 for specific dates and times of new employee orientation for staff or Faculty Affairs (530) 898-5029 regarding new faculty orientation.

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