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New Employees

Below you will find everything you need as a new employee at Queen's University's Department of Psychology. 

Your Queen’s NetID:

To activate a New ID and queen’s email address please follow the following link:
https://netid.queensu.ca/self-service/

Payroll:

Banking Information
Newly hired and rehired Student and Casual employees must go to the MYHR website page to add or update their banking information as soon as they receive their Net ID and their Queen’s employee email address.
http://www.queensu.ca/humanresources/peoplesoft/myhr

New Employees Tax forms
New employees who have not been paid by Queen’s before, must complete the Payroll – TD1 Fed Form, and  Payroll – TD1 Prov Form at the Financial Services link below.
http://queensu.ca/financialservices/forms

The completed forms should be sent to Payroll Services, Rideau Building.

Casual Employee form 
Click to open Casual Employee form (PDF, 473 KB)

Keys:

In order to be issued keys for your lab or workspace, you must complete this key requisition form and bring it to the General Office (Humphrey 232):
Click to open Key Tracking form (PDF, 81 KB)

Humphrey 221 Photocopier:

H221 photocopier cards are loaded a max of $50 (500 copies at 10¢/page) at a time. Fill out the form completely and give it to Janessa in the General Office for processing. Afterwards, Chris or Justin in the IT Shop will load the copies into your lab account. You’ll then be e-mailed a unique login code. Click here to open the Psychology Photocopier Form (PDF, 86 KB)

Health and Safety:

Queen's University policy for new employee orientation can be found at "New Employee Health & Safety Orientation (SOP-Safety-06)"
http://www.safety.queensu.ca/orient.htm

Mandatory Health and Safety Awareness Training
Ontario Regulation 297/13 under the Occupational Health and Safety Act came into force on July 1, 2014. Under this regulation every employer in Ontario must ensure all workers and supervisors complete, or have completed, an awareness training program that meets the regulatory requirements. This is mandatory in all workplaces in Ontario. Workers must take the training as soon as possible after being hired. Supervisors must take the training prior to assuming a supervisory role. The Queen’s Health and Safety Awareness course includes regulatory requirements for both workers and supervisors.

To access Mandatory Health and Safety Awareness Training go to:
https://moodle.queensu.ca/community/course/view.php?id=249 .

After completing the quiz, a page will open showing all the questions, your response and the correct response. The next page will show your final grade. Please print this page as proof of taking the course. After completing the quiz your supervisor or departmental safety officer will orient you to your new department.
Orientation Checklist (PDF, 54 KB)

Occupational Health & Safety for Supervisors Training
The Occupational Health and Safety Act in Ontario defines a supervisor as a person who has control over the workplace or authority over an employee. Therefore, in a university setting there are a wide range of positions, such as director, department head, departmental managers, departmental technicians, principal investigators, and in some cases post doctorate fellows and graduate students, that could be considered supervisors. These sessions are open to all faculty, staff and graduate students that have supervisory responsibilities at the university and have completed the mandatory on-line Health & Safety Awareness session.

To register for Occupational Health & Safety for Supervisors training please go to:
https://www.queensu.ca/safety/courses/supervisor.htm

WHMIS Training
The Occupational Health and Safety Act requires that all employees, or supervisors of employees, who work with or who are in proximity of chemicals receive WHMIS training. After completing the Full WHMIS training, you are required to complete the on-line Refresher quiz on an annual basis.

To register for WHMIS training please go to:
https://www.queensu.ca/safety/courses/whmis.htm

Accessible Customer Service Online Training

To ensure that the University achieves regulatory compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, everyone who interacts on its behalf with the public must be trained in accessible customer service. This training requirement applies to all faculty, staff, student leaders, managers, department heads and senior administrators. To fulfill its reporting obligations, the University is required to track all employees who complete the training. When you have completed the training, you will be asked to confirm your completion and provide your first name, last name and department, if applicable.

The course consists of three (3) modules and will take on average a little over one (1) hour to complete. You may complete all three modules in one sitting or you may bookmark and return where you left off to complete them at a later time. Please consider visiting our Frequently Asked Questions for answers to questions like who this training requirement applies to or whether you have to complete the Queen's training even though you've completed similar training at another organization.

For these or any other questions about the training or the AODA, please contact the Equity Office.

To begin the course please go to:
http://www.queensu.ca/equity/training/accessible-customer-service