6511 Staff Safety
The board recognizes that safety and health standards should be incorporated into all aspects of the operation of the district. Rules for safety and prevention of accidents shall be posted in compliance with OSHA and WISHA requirements. All hazardous chemicals will be identified and properly labeled. Staff members will be trained in the use of these chemicals specific to their respective jobs. Proper records will be maintained to verify that all of the preventive and safety measures are in place. Injuries and accidents shall be reported to the district office.
The district shall have at least one staff member at each school and work site in the district who holds a valid certificate of first aid training from the department of labor and industries, U.S. Bureau of Mines or the American Red Cross or equivalent training provided by the district nurses. Each school and work site shall have first aid supplies readily accessible and if the work site has more than fifty employees, a first-aid station shall be established.
The superintendent shall develop necessary safety and health standards to comply with Department of Labor requirements.
Board Policy 6510 Safety
6512 Infection Control Program
WAC 296-24-020 Management's responsibility
296-24-040 Accident prevention program
296-24-045 Safety and health committee plan
296-24-055 Safety bulletin Board
296-24-06105 What work places does this rule apply to?
296-24-06120 How must an employer ensure that first-aid assistance is available in the workplace?
296-24-06130 What must first-aid training cover?
296-24-06135 How often must employees complete first-aid training?
296-24-06140 How must an employer document first aid training?
296-24-06145 What is the requirement for first-aid supplies?
296-24-06150 What is the requirement to provide a first-aid station?
296-24-073 Safe place standards
296-62-054 Hazard communication standard
Procedure No. 6511P Staff Safety
The supervisor of each school and/or work site in the district is responsible for:
A. General Safety
- Maintaining a log and summary of all recordable occupational injuries and illnesses occurring at the work site. (A recordable occupational injury or illness is any injury or illness which results in an occupational fatality, lost work days, need for transfer to a new job, or medical treatment beyond first aid.)
- Providing training programs to improve the skill and competency in the safe use of powered materials handling equipment, use of machine tool operations, use of toxic material, and operation of utility systems prior to assignment to jobs involving such exposures.
- Implementing an accident prevention program which describes how to report unsafe conditions, how to use protective equipment, how to respond to emergencies and how to report injuries.
- Forming a safety and health committee composed of representative of management and employees, which shall review safety and health inspections to assist in correction of identified unsafe conditions or practices and to evaluate accident investigations and recommend improvements where needed. (Minutes of the committee shall be recorded and shall be retained for one year.)
- Maintaining a safety bulletin board sufficient in size to post and display safety bulletins, newsletters, posters, accident statistics and other safety educational material.
- Assuring that a person who holds a valid certificate of first aid training is present or available at all times.
- Maintaining a well marked first aid kit, or first aid station if the work site has more than fifty employees.
- Furnishing a work place free of safety hazards and containing such safety devices and safeguards as are consistent with Labor and Industries requirements.
B. Worker Right to Know (chemical hazards)
- Preparing and maintaining an up-to-date list of hazardous chemicals present at each site.
- Labeling of hazardous chemicals at each site.
- Photocopying or purchasing any required hazard warnings.
- Replacing missing, unreadable, or incorrect labels.
- Requiring Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all incoming chemicals.
- Maintaining current MSDS files and distributing to supervisors.
- Maintaining easily accessible MSDS files, and making MSDS's available to staff members.
- Training staff members at time of initial assignment or whenever a new hazard is introduced.
- Preparing a training manual which immediate supervisors can use to create training sessions specific to their site.
- Maintaining records which show that employees have received training and information.
FINANCIAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
6000 Program Planning, Budget Preparation, Adoption and Implementation
6001 Tax Deferred Annuity/Compensation
6020 System of Funds and Accounts
6021 Interfund Loans
6022 Minimum Fund Balance
6030 Financial Reports
6040 Expenditures in Excess of Budget
6070 Employee Suggestion Program
6100 Revenues from Local, State and Federal Sources
6101 Federal Cash and Financial Management
6102 District Fund-Raising Activities
6106 Allowable Costs for Federal Programs
6112 Rental or Lease of District Property
6114 Gifts or Donations
6120 Investment of Funds
6121 Personal Checks - Acceptance and Processing
6210 Purchasing: Authorization and Control
6212 Charge Cards
6213 Reimbursement for Travel Expenses
6215 Voucher Certification and Approval
6216 Reimbursement for Goods and Services: Warrants
6220 Bid Requirements
6225 Use of Electronic Signature
6230 Relations with Vendors
6250 Cellular Telephones
6500 Risk Management
6511 Staff Safety
6512 Infection Control Program
6513 Workplace Violence Prevention
6535 Student Insurance
6540 Staff Personal Property Protection
6570 Property and Data Management
6580 Continuity of Operations Plan
6605 Student Safety Walking, Biking and Riding Buses to School
6608 Video Cameras on School Buses
6610 Video surveillance
6620 Special Transportation
6625 Private Vehicle Transportation
6630 Driver Training and Responsibility
6640 School Owned Vehicles
6690 Contracting for Transportation Services
6700 Nutrition and Physical Fitness
6800 Safety, Operations and Maintenance of School Property
6801 Capital Assets/Theft-Sensitive Assets
6810 Energy Management, Education and Conservation
6881 Disposal of Surplus Equipment and/or Materials
6882 Sale of Real Property
6883 Closure of Facilities
6890 State Environmental Policy Act Compliance
6895 Pesticide Notification, Posting and Record Keeping
6900 Facilities Planning
6905 Site Acquisition
6910 Construction Financing
6920 Construction Design
6925 Architect and Engineering Services
6950 Contractor Assurances, Surety Bonds and Insurance
6955 Maintenance of Records
6959 Acceptance of Completed Project
6970 Naming of Schools/Facilities
6971 Works of Art