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Section 6 Prevention Protocols

Table of Contents

  • Introduction -- 3
  • Asbestos Management -- 7
  • Bloodborne Pathogens -- 9
  • Child Abuse and Neglect -- 11
  • Computer Crimes -- 13
  • Corporal Punishment -- 17
  • CPR/First Aid Designated Backup -- 19
  • DC-OSHA Inspections -- 21
  • Fire Alarm Evaluations -- 23
  • Fire Safety-- 25
  • Maintenance Means of Egress -- 25
  • Decorations and Art Work -- 26
  • General Housekeeping -- 26
  • Storage of Flammable Materials -- 26
  • Fire Extinguishers -- 27
  • Location of Classrooms -- 27
  • Hazard Communication and Toxic Substances -- 33
  • Food Safety -- 31
  • Fire Safety
  • Electrical Equipment and Wiring -- 27
  • Areas of Assembly -- 27
  • Emergency Lights -- 27
  • Hazardous Waste Disposal -- 37
  • Indoor Air Quality-- 39
  • Injury Reporting
  • Injury Report Form
  • Mail Handling Suspicious Packages -- 47
  • Personal Protective Equipment -- 49
  • Playground Safety-- 51
  • Property Loss/Damage Reporting -- 53
  • Property Loss/Damage Reporting Form
  • Safe Drinking Water -- 57
  • Safety Inspections -- 59
  • Search Procedures -- 63
  • Security Surveys -- 65

The full Section 6 of School Emergency Response Plan and Management Guide is available in both Word document (editable) and PDF versions.

 


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