Safety Training

This site provides safety training information on the current training schedule and materials available for use by the university departments and colleges.

New BYU-Idaho employees are to complete the Fire Safety Training provided by the Safety Office.  The training consist of a powerpoint presentation followed by a short quiz.

Click here to take the training. The training document will download to your default download location.  At the end of the presentation there is a link for the quiz.

If you have problems with either the presentation or the quiz, please let me know as soon as possible:


CPR/AED & First Aid Training

These classes are held every 3rd Friday of each month, and alternate each session:

Mar 18: CPR/AED 9:00-12, First Aid 1:30-4:30 pm.

Apr 15: First Aid 9:00-12, CPR/AED 1:30-4:30 pm

Sign up through the Ticket Office Site to hold a seat (classes are limited to 12 participants)

If additional classes are required, please contact the Security & Safety Office at 2437.

Utility Vehicle Training

Online and classroom training is required if you or your employee are to operate a campus vehicle and/or a utility vehicle, which includes Gators, Rangers, Hosting Carts, and any 4-wheeler campus vehicle. 

Online training - please contact Kay Hilton, Fleet Services, at 208-496-2561 or Stephanie Kline, Risk Management EHS, 208-496-5604.  The online training MUST be completed prior to the classroom training with Stephanie Kline. 

Classroom training – Utility Vehicle Training – is held monthly every 3rd Monday, 9-10am and 3rd Tues, 3-4pm, (excluding holidays).  When the online training is complete, your paperwork must be filled out, signed by your supervisor then taken to Fleet Services (Kay Hilton) where you will receive a blue permit.  Once this is completed, contact Stephanie Kline to set up an appointment for the classroom training.

OSHA Training Requirements

 OSHA has specified training that must be performed based on certain tasks.  This link lists the required training and the regulations.


Not every job on campus requires the same training in order to perform that job safely. In order to aid each department in understanding what is required of a certain position, the training matrix has been developed.