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Mandatory compliance training course work required

All faculty, supervisors, staff and student employees are required to complete annual compliance training to help the University advance its commitment to provide a supportive, inclusive and a safe working environment.

Effective July 1, this online course work includes:

• Tools for an Ethical Workplace — to be completed annually by all faculty and staff (except those who have taken the in-person course delivered in 2018 by the Ohio Ethics Commission); and

• HIPAA Update — to be completed annually by all Health Science Campus employees, individuals who work with patients, and employees who work in clinical areas on Main Campus. (These employees also may be required to take additional compliance training courses to satisfy Joint Commission and other regulatory requirements.)

“In direct response to employee feedback last year, we’ve streamlined the courses so they’re easier to complete this year, plus employees will no longer need to print certificates of completion because EVERFI — formerly LawRoom — will maintain completion data for us,” said Dave Cutri, executive director for internal audit and chief compliance officer.

Beginning Monday, July 2, you may access course work assigned to you by logging in to myUT, clicking on the Employee (or Affiliate) tab at the top of your screen, and scrolling down to the Training and Career Development section. Please read the instructions prior to starting.

You will be sent notification and reminder emails from the address “University of Toledo [mailto: donotreply@lawroom.com]” before your course work completion deadlines, and so you also may use the link provided in these emails to access your course work.

Twelve-month faculty and staff should complete their assigned compliance course work by Friday, Aug. 31, and nine-month and part-time employees should complete it no later than Wednesday, Oct. 31.

Allow approximately one hour to complete each course, although it may take you less (or more) time because course work is conveniently offered online and so you may work at your own pace.

If you have questions or need assistance accessing your assigned course work, contact Keenen Fisher in Human Resources at 419.530.1435 or keenen.fisher@utoledo.edu, or Cutri at 419.530.8718 or david.cutri@utoledo.edu.