On this site, you will find information about relevant training, forms, procedures, programs and guidelines applicable for those working at Roger Guindon Hall, 600 Peter Morand and 850 Peter Morand. We encourage you to explore!
Training ensures that the University of Ottawa fulfills its commitment to creating and ensuring safe working environments for the whole uOttawa community. We recognize that most persons will not require all of the job-specific training, but if working in a lab, then completing Laboratory Safety and Autoclave Safety is required. Check with your supervisor to see if other training sessions are required as well.
- Note: Students (honours, co-op, graduate or postdoctoral) do not have to complete the Digital Self-Defence training
Job-specific training (Valid for 4 years)
Forms & Documents
Keys and Access Cards
All new personnel are required to complete and submit an Orientation Form and an Access Form. Please compete both forms electronically and forward to your supervisor for their signature. You may also wish to include your .
Supervisor: Once you’ve provided your signature, please forward (1) both forms and (2) the training certificates by email to your departmental office for processing:
- For personnel in Kidney Research (KRC): Email to
- For personnel in Neuroscience (NRI): Email to
- For personnel in School of Epidemiology and Public Health (SEPH): Email to
- For personnel seeking access to Flow Cytometry Facility: Email to
- For personnel seeking access to CBIA Core: Email to
- For all others not listed above: Email to