Safety and Training Resources
Emergency & First Aid Orientation / Training (PDF) - Take just a few minutes to view this informative slide presentation and share it with others involved in youth activities.
Employee Guidance on Child Abuse Reporting (PDF) - Guidance for University employees wno are obligated to report physical and sexual child abuse in accordance with the university’s policy, Reporting Responsibility - Violations.
Environmental Health & Safety Training - Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) offers adult, infant and pediatric CPR training as well as first aid and automated external defibrillator (AED) training courses.
Extension and Outreach: 4-H Risk Management - Creating Safe Environments - The Volunteer Training module, "Creating Safe Environments: 4-H Club Risk Management," is available for 4-H volunteers to complete in two different formats.
ISU Emergency and First Aid Guidelines - This EH&S website provides resources for first aid, CPR/AED, and more.
Incident Reporting - Report any loss, incident, accident, or claim to the Office of Risk Management.
Procedures for Supporting a Violence-Free University (PDF) - University employees are obligated to report suspected physical and sexual child abuse to the Iowa State University Police by calling 515-294-4428 or 911 in an emergency.
Protecting Children Learning Program: Shine A Light Video - This short video covers the warning signs of sexual abuse by adults, specific locations to watch, and concrete steps for reporting incidents or suspicions.
Urgent Care Resources Card (PDF) - This card contains emergency information and can be printed out and provided to anyone involved in a youth activity.
Youth Program Awareness Training - Powerpoint overview of applicable policies and procedures relevant to organized programs and/or activities at ISU or sponsored by ISU and offered to youth (under the age of eighteen (18).
Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Training - Available at Learn@ISU
Iowa State University believes strongly in educating employees and volunteers on best practices to keep children safe when conducting youth programs. This interactive course provides an overview of effective techniques for preventing and responding to child abuse; as well as, regulations, laws and ISU policies that apply to child abuse prevention and reporting. All individuals interacting with youth in ISU programs are encouraged to complete this training.
How to Access Training:
Faculty, Staff and Students at ISU
Log into Learn@ISU (www.learn.iastate.edu) with your Network ID and password. Go to Course Catalog and find the Office of Risk Management Catalog. Click Launch to begin the training.
Outside of ISU
Please contact Learn@ISU to request an authorization code.
Please refer to the Learn@ISU FAQ for more information on a basic understanding of your Learn@ISU account