All employees must take the updated EHS 207 UC Berkeley Guidelines on Protecting Workers from COVID-19 training (revised 7/7/21) to learn how to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace, and to get information regarding COVID-19 related benefits that affected employees may be entitled to under applicable federal, state, or local laws. This training course is required by Cal/OSHA and must be completed in order for an employee to have access to campus, even if that access is only a “quick visit.”
The course has been updated with the most relevant information since the last version (2/8/2021) and will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. All employees must take it; however, if you have taken an earlier version of EHS 207, the course will provide an option for you to review new information only.
Supervisors with employees who do not have computer access should review the COVID-19 Prevention Training PDF with or provide a copy to their employees and document their training. Supervisors should scan and email the signed records or PDF handout to email@example.com for entry into the UC Learning Center.
Your campus access badge will not indicate you are cleared for on-site access until the following day after completing the training, and your supervisor will be made aware of the status via UC Berkeley’s People Card data for supervisors. Supervisors should be aware that employees may have their training record delayed by a day due to system lag. If you are not going to be onsite for any reason in the near term, you may wait to complete the training until you do return onsite.
For questions, please contact the EH&S Training Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org.