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Kick Off Panel Discussion: Improving Safety in Field Settings For Researchers and Educators

Learn from our Experts

Kick off the month of Field Safety Awareness with a panel discussion and Q&A focusing on resources, requirements and best practices related to all aspects of field safety at Oregon State University. Hear from OSU experts who are integrating field safety into research, teaching and engagement. Offered both in person and online.


Field Futures Workshop

Join this interactive workshop to learn how to prevent, intervene in, and effectively report incidents of sexual harassment and assault in field settings. The experts at Field Futures train researchers around the world with the vision that fieldwork should be safe, equitable, and welcoming to people of all identities and backgrounds. In this workshop you will learn to identify the unique risks posed by fieldwork and will utilize evidence-based tools, field ready protocols, and hands on skills practice. Armed with these tools all field participants can learn to prevent, intervene in, and respond to harassment and assault. Spaces are limited, reserve your spot now! 

Sessions are presented via Zoom.

Monday, May 13   9:00-11:00 A.M.
Monday, May 13     1:00-3:00 P.M.
Wednesday, May 15   9:00-11:00 A.M.
Wednesday, May 15    1:00-3:00 P.M.

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Wilderness First Aid

This in-person workshop features two days of highly interactive instruction focused on the fundamentals of emergency care in a non-urban environment including anatomy, physiology, injury assessment, short term care, small group rescues and more. This workshop is designed for those whose research takes them to back country environments where long-term care and evacuation are challenging.   This training results in an internationally recognized certification, both in wilderness first aid and CPR. 

Spaces are limited and registration priority given to those who teach or engage in wilderness/remote research. 



Adult CPR/AED and First Aid Basics (Shock, Bleeding and EpiPen) Training 

Get your CPR/First Aid certification in this instructor-led course that covers responses to the most common injuries in fieldwork environments. This training includes CPR, AED/defibrillator use, and basic first aid for wounds, burns, fractures, and more. In just 3.5 hours, you will receive your CPR/First Aid certification and be ready to respond to nearly any emergency situation. 

Spaces are limited, reserve your spot now! All classes are in person.

Cascade Hall Rm 140 on the Corvallis campus


Hatfield Marine Science Center
Gladys Valley Marine Studies Bldg Rm 164
, Newport