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* Flexibility for higher education on hold at Capitol
* Threats to state funding continue to fester at Capitol
* Faculty Council hears latest on early retirement incentives, dependent audit
* Physics professor set to testify before Congress on value of STEM
* Five Questions for Shelby Wolf
* Lawmakers say 'thank you' to CU lifesavers
* CU Women Succeeding Symposium offers information, career development
* Forum to present debate over constitutional reform
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  Giving Back Campaign making fans of volunteerism
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Are you an employee or affiliate of the University of Colorado Denver who is required to complete either "Bloodborne Pathogens" or "Chemical Waste Management" (previously known as "Hazardous Waste Management")?

As of Dec. 22, 2009, there are two new refreshers for these courses: "Bloodborne Pathogens Refresher" and "Chemical Waste Management Refresher."

If you have received communication from the Environmental Health and Safety office that you are due for your annual refresher training of either of these courses, be sure to complete the refresher course, not the initial version. Only employees who already have completed the initial training at CU should complete the refresher.

The refreshers are listed alphabetically in the CU Custom Curricula, University of Colorado: CUSTOM COURSES folder in SkillPort.

Questions? E-mail system.training@cu.edu  

Did You Know... offers tips and information from CU's Employee Learning and Development office and others. To submit an item, e-mail Jay.Dedrick@cu.edu

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