Other Resources

As our new LMS gets deployed, the resources will move to a new location.  Please come back again in February 2019.

Even More Resources

Get Out * Hide Out * Take Out * In an Active Shooter situation you should quickly determine the most reasonable way to protect your own life. Learn what to do before, during and after an Active Shooter situation by taking the Active Shooter: What You Can Do training.

Never go to Rally Points or EAP's if there is an Active Shooter!

This training is recommended, but not required, for everyone. Upon completion of the training, Humboldt employees should print and submit to their supervisor the Certificate of Completion which can then be filed in the Department Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) plan.

Note: please do not enter your Social Security Number. Instead, request a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number before you go through the course. You will need that ID number to complete and submit your test.

The Humboldt Library offers many resources you can access from your desk. Search from the Library's main page or access the many databases to find just the resource for your project.

Northern California Safety Consortium offers advanced training on a monthly basis. Classes are held in McKinleyville and cover a range of topics for specialized positions. Click here for a class schedule. Classes include 40 Hour Initial Hazwoper, CPR/AED Heartsaver, and other specialized topics. Please check in SkillPort to determine if this is a course offered through Humboldt. The cost of required courses not offered through SkillPort will be paid for by the University.