EHSO Home Page
Environmental Health and Safety Office
Required Trainings
Additional Laboratory Safety Training Modules (External)
Research Safety Program
UMD Research Safety Plan
Research Compliance Manual
Safety-related Forms and Documents
Biological Safety Program
Hazardous Waste Management.
Infectious Waste Management.
Radioactive Waste Management.
Minors in The Laboratory
Volunteers and Visitors Lab Use Agreement

About ULearn

It is a Learning Management System (LMS) that allows for administration, tracking, and reporting of training content – both online and instructor-led.  To learn more about the system please go to:

Registration for All UMD research-related safety training classes is now offered through ULearn

How to register for safety related trainings in Ulearn?

There are two different ways to self enroll for training classes Through ULearn, depending on your role at the University.

1.  University employees, including
students employees
  • Make sure pop-up blockers are disabled in your browser.
  • Sign in to ULearn with your U of M internet ID and password.
  • Select "Health and Safety" Under browse for training on the right side of the screen.
  • Then click on "UMD EHSO Safety"
  • Select training then click "Launch" to start the training.
2.  Non-Employees, students, guest researchers, or volunteers (with a U of M
     internet accounts) need to create an account in ULearn in order to login and
     register for desired classes.
  • Make sure pop-up blockers are disabled in your browser.
  • Go to and follow instructions to create a self-registration account
  • Sign in to ULearn  with the email address and password you used to create your account.
  • Follow instruction as above then select the title of the course you wish to take, then click "Launch" to start the training
How to Self-Report any External, or Research-Specific Training to ULearn
Old Training Records
  • To obtain a copy of your old training records from PeopleSoft,  click on Training History Report and follow instructions Recent records may be obtained from the ULearn site under transcript.
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