TLC sessions are now in Datatel and require myACCESS registration process.
To register for any TLC session, you must log in to myACCESS.
Once you are logged in, follow the steps out lined in this job aid.

If you are having difficulty, please contact the TLC by email at, by phone at ext. 3805, or by stopping by the TLC Lab (SRC 1105) weekdays from 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The TLC staff are happy to assist you as we transition to this new registration system.
Thank you.

Not all topics are offered each term, please check the TLC calendar for upcoming dates and times for the Safety training workshops listed below.

Active Violence Training


As part of ongoing preparations stemming from our active violence drill, we are hosting training sessions designed to specifically address options, methods of evaluating options, and the practical means to carry out decisions based upon those options, in the case of violence. Anyone who would like more information about how to increase their personal safety and safety of those around them is encouraged to attend.


Bloodborne Pathogen Annual Refresher Training


This workshop will provide employees with guidelines and procedures designed to prevent or minimize the occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens or other potentially infectious materials as defined in OSHA 29CFR 1910.1030. BBP training is required for employees that have the potential for contact with blood or body fluids during their daily activities when they are initially hired and annually thereafter. Hepatitis B vaccination information, Universal Precautions and COD procedures for decontamination of equipment and disposal of biohazardous materials will be reviewed.

Cyberbullying & Digital Citizenship


This session will emphasize the need for creating a digital culture within the college community, while highlighting current trends and digital platforms. Cyberbullying, digital citizenship, and internet safety will be addressed, as well as the available resources that will assist 

Fire Extinguisher Training


Hands on training in the proper use of portable fire extinguishers helps insure that when and emergency arises, your employees are trained to respond. Fire Training provides peace of mind that in the event of a fire, everyone knows what to do to safely protect lives and property.


Hazardous Communication/Right to Know


OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) and the Illinois Right to Know (RTK) Law are based on the concept that employees have a need to know the possible health risks that may result from working with hazardous materials and the precautions necessary to avoid unnecessary exposure to themselves and/or their co-workers.

All employees identified by their job description as having the potential for being exposed to hazardous materials through daily activities must complete this required training. This workshop has been designed to provide employees with the information necessary to protect themselves, co-workers, and the environment.

Hazard Communication - 
What is the Global Harmonized System?


The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has releaseed an update to the Hazard Communication Standard that determines how safety information, rlated to hazardous materials, is provided to the employees who use them. These revisions include modifications to primary and secondary labels, material safety data sheets and record keeping. All employees who use hazardous materials, and have completed the initial Hazard Communication Class, must complete this workshop.

Red Cross Adult CPR/AED Certification


This workshop provides training in American Red Cross Adult CPR and Automatic External Defibrillation (AED) skills. Participants use mannequins to practice to learn how to deal with breathing, choking and cardiac emergencies including Adult CPR and use of a defibrillator for victims over the age of 8 years. An adult CPR/AED card will be issued upon successful completion of skills and written test.

Safety and Hazardous Materials


This course is focused on providing Managers and Supervisors with the information they need in order to ensure that COD, state, and federal safety guidelines and protocols are being followed within their department. We will review what to do in case of an emergency, general regulatory compliance (OSHA/DOL, EPA and DOT), and the responsibilities or Managers/Supervisors.

Spotter Training


A course that teaches and refreshes the basic understandings of severe weather threats associated with thunderstorms. This course offers a chance to students to become a "trained weather spotter" and serve their communities as such. This course will cover basic thunderstorm statistics, structure, threats and warning preparedness.

Workplace Violence/Drug Free Workplace


What do I do if I suspect someone is angry, possibly violent? Who do I call? How do I detect it? This session will cover the possible causes and types of workplace violence, some warning signs of potentially violent individuals, how to prevent violence and how to report it will be covered.The video program, Creating a Drug Free Workplace: Back on Track will provide valuable information on how to create a drug-free workplace, symptoms of substance abuse, how to intervene and adverse effects of drug abuse. It will also help you to comply with the Federal Drug-Free Workplace Act and COD policy. If you ever wanted to learn about Drug Free Workplace, this is the workshop for you.


Contact Information

Teaching and Learning Center
Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 1105/1107, (630) 942-3805