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SAFE ENVIRONMENT TRAINING SESSIONS &

CURRENT HEALTH CRISIS

At this time, due to the serious health crisis caused by the coronavirus, the diocesan Office of Safe Environment is canceling all Safe Environment training sessions scheduled through June 15, 2020.  Individuals who need to attend either the initial or recertification Safe Environment training, except for volunteers whose credentials are suspended, will be given additional time to complete this requirement.  Upon the resolution of the health crisis, the Office of Safe Environment will post the dates of the grace period.  

As we continue to monitor the Coronavirus, these directives may be modified.

Please contact the Office of Safe Environment at 314.470.1421 or at safeenvironment@syrdio.org if you have any questions or concerns. 

SAFE ENVIRONMENT RECERTFICATION TRAINING

Click HERE to download the Safe Environment recertification training schedule and to register.                     Pre-registration is required.

WHO MUST ATTEND A RECERTIFICATION TRAINING SESSION?

Completion of the 1.5 hour Safe Environment recertification training session is required by the expiration of an individual's Safe Environment credential date.  The diocesan Child and Youth Protection Policy requires a Safe Environment recertification training (1 1/2 hour session) every five (5) years for:

  • All clergy
  • All members of religious orders
  • All parish and diocesan employees, including those who have no contact with children
  • All volunteers whose ministry or role continues to place them in regular contact with children, young people, or vulnerable adults

To complete the credentialing process, participants must pass another criminal background check.  

If you need to cancel your registration for any of the sessions please contact the Safe Environment office at 315-470-1421 or safeenvironment@syrdio.org

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