Safety Training

NTU Safety Training Requirements

MSE adopts the NTU Safety Training and Communication Directive and Standard Operating Procedures on NTU Workplace Safety and Health Training.

Click here to view NTU Safety Training Matrix.

MSE Safety Training

MSE assesses the work nature in our laboratories and incorporate additional safety training requirements on top of those specified in the NTU Safety Training Matrix. These safety training requirements are stipulated in the MSE SOP - Addendum to NTU SOP on WSH Training.

Safety training is conducted to equip laboratory users with awareness and knowledge which will enable them to perform their job in a safe and efficient manner. The MSE HSE Committee has put in place a list of available safety training topics to increase our community’s safety competency. This is aligned with the Workplace Safety and Health Act and the NTU Safety Training and Communication Directive.

All faculty members, staff and students (working within laboratories and offices in MSE) shall adhere to the training requirements specified in the MSE Safety Training Matrix.

The safety information and training needs required for staff to perform safely will depend on the risk assessment of the work. The reporting officer shall ensure that the required safety competency is demonstrated by the worker.

Note: Laboratory users will be denied access to laboratories for failing to complete the compulsory safety training requirements.

Mandatory Safety Training
Training GuideSubcategoryE-LearningLaboratory OrientationChemical Spill / Response & Firefighting
For Student,

Please click here.
a. Postgraduate
b. Undergraduate
c. Simulation
NTULearnSafety Training Management System (STMS)

a. System Training Management (STMS)
b. Not applicable
c. Not applicable

For Staff,

Please click here.

a. Research
b. Simulation
c. Administrative
d. Faculty

WorkDay

a. WorkDay
b. WorkDay
c. Office Orientation
d. Office Orientation

a. WorkDay
b. Not applicable
c. Not applicable
d. Not applicable

For visiting staff,

Please see table.

a. Visiting Scholar/Scientist/Professor

b. Exchange Student

c. Intern

d. Secondary School, Junior College, Polytechnic Students

Contact MSE HSE Committee
Indicate "Safety Training for Visiting" as the email subject.


Specific Safety Training
Type of UserE-Learning CoursesFace to Face Training 
(Click on the tick below to register)
 NTULearn (Students)
WorkDay (Staff)
HF Handling TrainingFit Test
Hydrofluoric (HF) Acid User 
Cell Culture Laboratory User  
​Half Face Mask Respirator User Indicate "MSE Fit Test" as the email subject.
​Ionizing Radiation User 1:
Using X-ray Equipment
  
Non-Ionizing Radiation User 2: 
Using High Power Laser
  
Non-Ionizing Radiation User 3:
Using Ultrasound Equipment
  

 

 

MSE Lab Orientation

For Undergraduates,
Please go to Studentlink > Others > Safety Training
 
For Postgraduates,
Please go to GSLink > General Services > Safety Training

For Staff,
Go to Workday@NTU > Applications > Learning > Browse Learning > Search for MSE Lab Orientation > Enrol > Select Offerings (Can see course schedule at additional details after click ok) > Submit

In the Safety Training Management System: Click on the Apply Course, select coursecode MSE1LOC01 (MSE Lab Orientation) of your preferred training date.

 

Chemical Spillage Response / Firefighting Training

For Postgraduates,
Please go to GSLink > General Services > Safety Training

For Staff,
Go to Workday@NTU > Applications > Learning > Browse Learning > MSE Chemical Spill Response & Fire Fighting Training > Enrol > Select Offerings (Can see course schedule at additional details after click ok) > Submit

In the Safety Training Management System: Click on the Apply Course, select coursecode MSE1SFT01 (MSE CHEMICAL SPILL RESPONSE & FIRE FIGHTING TRAINING)

 

Application for Lab Access

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