This bulletin highlights some of the lessons learned while navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic and how these lessons can be applied and implemented into future disaster preparation and business continuity planning for your district.
Conducting routine safety inspections of bleachers and indoor sports equipment can help public entities prevent injuries from faulty equipment, bleacher collapse, trip and fall hazards, and other equipment-related exposures.
There are more than 356,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests annually in the United States. This bulletin discusses the critical need for AEDs in the workplace and offers guidance on the placement and use of these life-saving devices.
Do your emergency plans and drills only consider the “ideal disaster”? Here’s why you should always have a Plan B – plus tips to develop one.
There is evidence that exposure to PFAS can lead to adverse human health effects. Learn more here.
This bulletin outlines some areas of consideration when constructing a layered security approach for your school district.
This DVD presents real-life slip and fall scenarios in six specific areas of your school
The use of substitute personnel is often necessary for many schools. Use this bulletin to learn more about the elements of liability that can arise from this situation.
This bulletin discusses precautions to avoid injuries in your school when students or faculty use table saw equipment.
Therapy dogs are becoming increasingly used in schools across the country. If your school is one of them, this bulletin will discuss important information that you need to know.
This bulletin explores need-to-know information for private auto insurance options to help your school determine what types of transportation should and should not be permitted.
A quick reference guide for schools on regulations established by the Safe Drinking Water Act.
If your school offers sports programs, this evaluation and preparation document will be helpful.
This technical reference bulletin discusses risks associated with student foreign travel and best practices for reducing those risks.
Field trips make great memories and learning experiences, but they also present risks. Help minimize your school’s exposure with this information.
Your school’s fitness facility can be more safely used by faculty and staff with some precautionary preparation. Learn more about the topic with this reference.
Health History Review
Lead in Water - Schools
Summer programs in schools can present different risks than those that are present during the academic year. Help your school prepare with these tips.
Stay up to date on the core elements of medical emergencies in schools, and keep your faculty and staff better prepared with this information.
This document lists recommended locker room standards to help keep students and faculty safe.
Help your school cultivate a culture of risk management by employing some of the suggestions in this bulletin.
Cover school exposures for students participating in athletics by using a consent form similar to this sample.
It’s important to ensure that your emergency plans consider the needs of all of your students. Here are five steps to help you develop a comprehensive plan.
This printable and customizable emergency card helps inform staff of what to do if an athletic-related injury occurs and reference who they should contact.
Use this sample form to help ensure your school’s students can safely participate in team sports and activities.
One of the most important ways to help manage your school’s risk is to use risk transfer where possible. Here’s how to identify those opportunities.
What you should consider before allowing others to use your facilities and ways you can help protect your school from the risks.
The media can help your school publicize your latest accomplishment – but they’ll also be at your doorstep when things don’t go right. Use these tips to help manage media relations.
December can be a busy month for schools – and that means there are unique risks you should consider. Help keep the holiday season joyful with these tips.
Virtually every adult involved in a school district will have some level of pupil supervisory responsibility. Here are a few characteristics and qualifications of ideal supervisors to consider.
Use this bulletin to learn the importance of eye wash stations and safety showers in schools, plus tips for placement, maintenance and inspection.
Dealing with the Media