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Policy EB
Environmental and Safety Program
School Board Approved: February 28, 2005
School Board Approved: October 3, 2022

The Superintendent will cause the formation of the Joint Loss Management Committee as required by RSA 281-A: 60 and a Crisis Management Plan that conforms to the national Incident Command System.

The practice of safety shall also be considered a facet of the instructional plan of the District schools by incorporating educational programs in traffic and pedestrian safety, driver education, fire prevention, emergency procedures, etc., appropriately geared to students at different grade levels.

Each Principal shall be responsible for the supervision and implementation of a safety program for his/her school. General areas of emphasis shall include, but not be limited to: in-service training; accident record keeping; plant inspection; driver and vehicle safety programs; fire prevention; catastrophe planning; and emergency procedures and traffic safety problems relevant to students, employees. The principal shall be responsible for developing student safety procedures to be used on School buses, school grounds (including playgrounds), during authorized school activities (such as field trips), and within school building(s) (including classrooms and laboratories). The building’s safety plan shall be on file in the SAU office.

Legal References:
RSA 281-A: 64, II, III, Worker’s Compensation: Safety Provisions; Administrative Penalty
RSA 200:40, Emergency Care
NH Code of Administrative Rules, Section Ed. 306.04 (d), (e), Policy Development, Safety

Section E
Policy Manual

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