• Driver & Travel Safety Training (Course #2111481):   Required as outlined in applicable University procedures and/or guidelines.
  • Golf Cart, Utility Cart and Similar Vehicle Training (Course #2111480): Required to operate any golf cart and/or utility vehicle on campus.
  • Laboratory Safety (Course #2111393):   Required for all state and student employees working in any PVAMU laboratory.
  • Fire and Life Safety (Course #2111398):   Required for all state and student employees working in any PVAMU laboratory

– You may take any of the above training via TrainTraq (for PVAMU employees) via SSO

– If you need to take any of the above training and not a PVAMU employee, email with your request – 

  • First Aid/CPR/AED: *This training is available to PVAMU employees only.  RMS can also provide to groups when requested to expedite training for certain areas. For more information, email

Other Training Options / Many can be done Online

  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Forklift Safety
  • Hazard Communication (required annually for anyone using hazardous materials)
  • Blood Borne Pathogens (as directed by BBP Exposure Control Plan)
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Farm Safety
  • Initial Hazardous Waste Accumulation
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Housekeeping Safety
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Student Housing Fire Survival, “Get Out & Stay Alive”
  • Back Injury Prevention

Training Videos Available for your section safety meetings:

  • “Food Safety is No Mystery” Training program for Food Service Workers, 34 min
  • “Ready to Respond” Produced by University of Maryland, 1999, 12:25 min
  • “Get Out and Stay Alive” 16:08 minutes
  • “Controlling Your Risks, HIV in the Research Laboratory” Produced by Howard Hughes
    Medical Institute, 1994, 30 minutes
  • “Maxiforce Air Bags: use, Care maintenance” 30 minutes
  • “Understanding the Asbestos Hazardous” 9 minutes
  • “Hazardous Material Awareness” Part II, US DOE Transportation of Radioactive
    & Other Hazardous Material, 1989,   21:55 min
  • “Charlie’s Last Day” Fire Safety on Campus, produced by Clemson University
  • “What Do We Have Here?” Underground Storage Tanks
  • “Buckle Up America 99 Mobilization” 12:05 minutes
  • “Aerial Apparatus Driving Techniques Program #1”, 1991, 15:16 min
  • “Operating Telescoping & Articulating Aerial Equipment:  1992, 19:08 minutes
  • “Positioning Aerial Apparatus” 1993, 17:15 minutes
  • “Maintenance & Inspection of Aerial Apparatus”, 1991, 16:11 minutes
  • “Centrifugation Hazards”, Produced by Howard Hughes Medical Inst, 9 minutes
  • “Hazard Communications, Understanding Labels & MSDS” 16:41

*Check back often since we are always adding to our Inventory*

Training Links

Environmental Virtual Campus

The Environmental Virtual Campus (EVC), conceived by MIT and the EPA, helps colleges and universities understand how they can achieve compliance through a unique, interactive Web site that demonstrates environmental regulatory requirements for a typical research university.