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COVID-19 Course Added to Compliance Training Assigned

It’s that time of the year again: All faculty, supervisors, staff and student employees have received emails detailing compliance training.

This online course work is designed to help the University advance its commitment to provide supportive, inclusive and a safe work environment.

New this year is the Staying Healthy in a Changing Environment course to provide all students, faculty and staff information about the COVID-19 pandemic, which includes training on protecting your physical health and maintaining your mental well-being, and details on UToledo’s return to campus procedures.

Training available online includes:

Staying Healthy in a Changing Environment — UToledo’s COVID-19 return-to-campus training for all faculty, staff and students. This course must be completed by Monday, Aug. 31.

Bridges: Building a Supportive Community — the University’s sexual misconduct training for all faculty and staff to be completed biannually. This course will encompass recent changes made to Title IX law and UToledo policy. This course must be completed by Saturday, Oct. 31.

Ohio Ethics — to be completed annually by all faculty and staff (except those who have taken the in-person course delivered in March 2020 by the Ohio Ethics Commission). This training must be finished by Saturday, Oct. 31.

HIPAA Update — to be completed annually by all Health Science Campus employees, individuals who work with patients, and employees who work in clinical areas on Main Campus. These employees also may be required to take additional compliance training courses to satisfy Joint Commission and other regulatory requirements. Course work must be completed by Saturday, Oct. 31.

“Employees will be able to complete assigned courses at their own pace, and if they are interrupted, their progress will be saved for when they are able to return to the online course,” David Cutri, executive director for internal audit and chief compliance officer, said.

Employees can access their assigned training by logging in to myUT, clicking on the Employee (or Affiliate) tab at the top of the screen, and scrolling down to the Training and Career Development section. Read instructions prior to starting the course work.

Allow about one hour to complete each class. Training may take more or less time depending on an individual’s pace.

For questions or assistance accessing assigned training, contact Elliott Nickeson in Internal Audit and Compliance at 419.530.3026 or elliott.nickeson@utoledo.edu, or Cutri at 419.530.8718 or david.cutri@utoledo.edu.

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