Employees Reminded to Complete Compliance Training

August 20, 2019 | UToday
By Christine Wasserman

All UToledo faculty and staff are reminded to complete their assigned compliance training courses by deadline.

Specifically, 12-month employees should complete their courses no later than Saturday, Aug. 31, and nine-month and part-time employees by Thursday, Oct. 31.

Each employee should complete two courses — Tools for an Ethical Workplace and Bridges: Building a Supportive Community (Title IX).

Further, Health Science Campus employees and all Main Campus employees who work in clinical areas also are required to complete a third course, HIPAA Update, plus any other course assigned in order to meet Joint Commission and other regulatory requirements.

“The training helps UToledo remain compliant by regularly reminding everyone of performance expectations and practices,” said David Cutri, executive director and chief compliance officer. “Topics include everything from avoiding behaviors that may be a conflict of interest or potentially offensive to others to ensuring the safety of our students, patients, co-workers and guests.”

You may access your courses by logging in to myUT. In the Employee (or Affiliate) tab, under the Training and Career Development section, you will find all courses assigned to you. Or you may access your courses by using the link provided in email reminders you will receive before the deadline.

“Be sure to review the instructions before you begin,” Cutri advised. “And plan about an hour to complete each class. If you need to step away before you finish it, you can return to it later.”

You also no longer need to print and send certificates to HR as proof of completion because they’re now auto-populated for UToledo records, Cutri added.

If you have questions or need help accessing your course work, contact Cutri at david.cutri@utoledo.edu or 419.530.8718, or Elliott Nickeson at elliott.nickeson@utoledo.edu or 419.530.3026.

“We appreciate everyone’s help with these training efforts because they really do help the University provide a secure, respectful and inclusive environment for everyone,” Cutri said.

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