Understanding Organizational Politics

Description:

Organizational politics are a natural part of any work setting. Sometimes those politics are ethical and helpful, other times they can be toxic and harmful. Being able to navigate the politics of your organization can help you be a better leader. This module will help you understand the dynamics of organizational politics.

As a result of this module, you will be able to:

· Shift your perceptions around organizational politics

· Differentiate between constructive vs. destructive org politics

· Discuss contributing factors, power, and influence

· Develop constructive political strategies

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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=understanding+org

Emotional Intelligence@Work

Description:

Practicing emotional intelligence (EQ) is an essential part of developing connection with others. The ability to recognize our own and others’ feelings is invaluable in today’s work environment. In this three-part course, you will learn and practice skills and strategies that build connection, trust, and cultivate inclusive decision-making and a sense of belonging. Emotional Intelligence@Work is offered in two formats: a three-part, highly interactive, in-person cohort experience, or pick and choose to learn about specific topics in 90-minute EQ@Work Skills and Strategies virtual sessions. You will be invited to bring your own experiences and understanding as tools for individual and collective reflection, learning, discussion, and practice with others. If you are interested in gathering with colleagues and build your awareness, understanding, and capacity for emotional intelligence (EQ) – this is for you! Use these links to check out each course offering format.

  1. https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=Emotional+Intelligence+%40
  2. https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=EQ+Skills+ 
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Learn more about the program here: https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/programs/inclusion-at-uw/emotional-intelligencework/

Recognize, Respond, Refer: Suicide Prevention Training for Faculty and Staff

Description:

Recognize, Respond, Refer: Suicide Prevention Training for Faculty and Staff is a multi-part, online program that provides information and guidance for faculty and staff around supporting mental health, intervening, and preventing suicide in UW-Madison students. This training does not offer immediate support to those in distress. Instead, it prepares faculty and staff to be better able to support students in the future. Suicide prevention training is one part of a broader suicide prevention strategy on campus. This course can also be beneficial for those not directly involved with students.

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https://canvas.wisc.edu/enroll/JJ8EJW

Chemical Safety Specialist EHS Department Training

Description:

Use the link below to find your EHS Department specific online trainings.

Please reach out to your supervisor with any questions.

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Click here for EHS Chemical Safety Specialist trainings.

Department Specific Learning: Business Services, Transportation

Description:

The following is a list of trainings specific to Business Services, Transportation:

  • T2 Flex
  • Digital Iris Portal (Just for Business Managers and Financial Supervisors)
  • Merchant Connect
  • NMI WebMIS
  • SinglePoint/US Bank statements, reconciliation, and cash vault
  • Windcave/Payment Express
Audience

Business Services Transportation employees

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Discuss these trainings with your supervisor.

Ergonomics Resources

Description:

EHS provides ergonomic services free-of-charge to eligible UW–Madison employees to promote health and safety, decrease injury potential and Worker’s Compensation expenses, and increase productivity.

Resources include virtual consultations, assessment sessions, and showroom appointments. Specific resources are available on the blue light impact on workers, Divisional Disability Representatives, ergonomics training, remote workspace ergonomics, backpack ergonomics, selecting a sit to stand unit, back safety and material handling, and Campus Furniture Memo.

Audience

All employees

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Click here for resources.

HR System Access Requests

Description:

As HR and Payroll Professionals, you may need to obtain access to a variety of business applications based on your role and responsibilities. Work with your manager to identify which of the systems on this list you should have access to.

  • Criminal Background Check
  • Cypress Reports
  • ETF One
  • Identity Proofing Process for HRS, HRS Security, OBIEE
  • HireRight I-9 System
  • Human Resource System (HRS)
  • Job Employment Management System
  • NetID/WiscMail
  • NetID Linking
  • Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE)
  • Student Information System (SIS)
  • Talent Recruitment Engagement Management System (TREMS)
  • WISDM
Register:
https://www.ohr.wisc.edu/cop/docs/system-access.pdf

Respiratory Protection

Description:

This course is a general campus offering for work units without a unit- or respirator-specific training. Consult your supervisor, respiratory authority (RA), and/or exposure control plan to determine what course is required and how it is delivered for unit tracking.

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SPLAAAF

Description:

Service Personnel with Limited Animal Area Access is an annual requirement for FP&M Physical Plant and UWPD only.

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Implementing a Hazard Communication Plan at Your Facility

Description:

Employees who work with chemicals need to have the tools and knowledge to work with those chemicals safely. This short training is for supervisors, facility managers, and others who need to develop a hazard communication plan for their work site. The main components of a hazard communication plan that are discussed here include chemical/product inventories, safety data sheets, labeling products, training, and facility visits.

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How to Dispose Common Items at Your Facility

Description:

This short training is for facilities personnel who need to dispose common items such as batteries, light bulbs, ballasts, and various types of oil.

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Herpes B Safety Training for Physical Plant Employees

Description:

Content in this online course covers important safety information including what is Herpes B, routes of exposure, appropriate post-exposure procedures, and disinfecting equipment.

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Hazardous Chemical Shipping/Transportation Training

Description:

This in-person course teaches you how to properly prepare chemical shipments and how to load and unload chemical shipments. All employees that perform shipping must be trained on how to identify, mark/label and package hazardous chemicals, as well as security and emergency response information.

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General Hearing Protection

Description:

This course is a campus-wide offering required for employees with noise exposures in 8 hours exceeding 85 dBA average. Consult your supervisor to determine if the campus offering or unit-specific is required and how it is delivered for unit tracking.

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Bloodborne Pathogens for Operations – Awareness

Description:

This course is a campus offering for work units without a unit-specific course. Consult your supervisor and exposure control plan to determine what Bloodborne Pathogens for Operations – Awareness course is required and how it is delivered for unit tracking.

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Bloodborne Pathogens for Operations – Spill Response & Cleanup

Description:

This course is a campus offering for work units without a unit-specific course. Consult your supervisor and exposure control plan to determine what Bloodborne Pathogens for Operations – Spill Response & Cleanup course is required and how it is delivered for unit tracking.

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Environment, Health and Safety Professional Expertise

Description:

Below are professional resources you can explore and connect with your supervisor/peers on.

 

To add additional resources, please contact Kayla Ruplinger

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Go to each respective organization to learn more

Vector/SafeColleges (access point)

Description:
Physical Plant is pleased to offer the Vector/SafeColleges Online Training System. Your supervisor will assign courses for you within Vector.

If you need assistance accessing your Vector account, please contact Nicole Frick. Custodial can contact Jacy Whitehead.

Audience

Vector is currently being used by all Physical Plant employees.

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Login in through http://uw.madison.wi.safecolleges.com/.

Asbestos Supervisor Certification

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Asbestos O&M

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