12.2.1 Training Records

OSHA requires that records of Bloodborne Pathogens safety training be maintained by employers, which means that departments or individual research laboratories must have records available upon request.  A site-specific training form is available within the Bloodborne Pathogens training course; the supervisor is responsible for ensuring that site-specific training is completed in a timely manner and that a record of the site-specific training is kept by his or her department.

IATA/DOT require records of Shipping Infectious Substances and Diagnostic Specimens with or without Dry Ice training be maintained for three years and be available upon request.  A certificate/training verification record is available within each specific shipping course; the supervisor is responsible for ensuring that any additional training is completed in a timely manner and that all training records are kept by his or her department.