Compliance Training

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We strive for excellence in everything we do. And, as we’re a major recipient of federal and state funds, it’s essential that we comply with government regulations as well as the policies and procedures of the university.

Depending on your position within JHU, you may be required to take certain courses for compliance reasons. If so, you’ll be notified through myLearning.

Explore Our Offerings

Active Assailant

Our Preparing for an Active Shooter course was developed by Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Office of Emergency Management and Corporate Security using the Run, Hide, Fight framework endorsed by federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. This online training details how employees can respond to an active assailant, what to do when law enforcement officers arrive, and what to expect in the immediate aftermath.

Compliance Basics

Business Ethics Training for Faculty and Staff Working on Federal Contracts is an online course designed to promote an organizational culture that encourages ethical conduct and compliance with federal regulations as well as university policy. The course is required of all faculty and staff working on federal contracts with a value expected to exceed $5,000,000 and a performance period of 120 days or more.

Data Security

Protecting Sensitive Information is an online tutorial that explores how to protect sensitive information and guard against its misuse. It also details steps to take if a security problem occurs.

International Business Ethics & Policies

Business Ethics Training for Foreign Field Offices is an online course designed for staff working in foreign field offices. It details the ethical standards that guide conduct and business activities and explores topics such as conflicts of interest and how to report violations of ethical standards.

Research Compliance

Human Subject Research Training is required of principal investigators and study team members prior to submission of a human subjects research eIRB application.

Other sources of information on JHU’s compliance policies and procedures include the Controller’s Office and the University’s Statement of Ethical Standards.