Training and Activities



Laboratories Unit Training Program  

KUST laboratory management staff provides training for KUST staff, faculty, students, visitors and clients of which some are held on a regular basis while other on rotating basis and can be found on the schedule maintained as part of the KUST events online registration system. Some are seasonal, depending on specialized needs or are presented as part of an ongoing series. The training topics may be as below:

1. Environmental
2. Health and safety subject areas
3. First aid Training
4. Using lab instrument techniques

Any health and safety course can be presented specifically for a department depending on the number of trainees and availability of health and safety staff, and if we do not have a class already designed for a topic you need, we can work with you to create one. Please peruse our schedule and our courses at the KUST laboratory management staff, and contact us if you have questions about a particular topic or training need.

Certificate in Event Health and Safety Management

KUST staff, faculty, students and clients who earn the Certificate in Event health and safety management will be able to demonstrate the basic principles of organizing a successful event. They will gain a robust understanding of the diverse field of event safety planning and safety management at work.

Activities

KUST laboratory management staff can organize workshops (Seminars, Conferences and other events) to KUST staff, faculty, students and clients in a variety of environmental, health, and safety, first aid, using lab instrument techniques. Some activates are held on a regular, rotating basis, and can be found on the schedule maintained as part of KUST events online registration system. Some are seasonal, depending on specialized needs or are presented as part of an ongoing series.

Our experience and flexible approach means we can meet your needs on a wide range of subject
areas.



Laboratories Unit Training Program                                                                                                     Updated on: October 19, 2017