Safe buildings, grounds and equipment will be maintained in order to prevent accidents or injury to students, employees and others from fire, natural disasters, mechanical and electrical malfunction and other hazards.
Buildings will be planned, equipped and maintained in accordance with appropriate local, state and federal safety regulations.
Buildings will be provided with alarm systems, fire extinguishers and other safety devices required by state and federal laws and regulations.
The superintendent will develop and maintain a written hazard communication program for the district. All personnel who, during the performance of their duties, or in an emergency, may be exposed to hazardous chemicals will be informed and will be trained to deal appropriately with these chemicals. All employees will be trained to recognize and respond appropriately to the presence of hazardous chemicals.
The superintendent will develop and implement a safety program which will include, but not be limited to, compliance with and enforcement of all state and federal laws, rules and regulations.
END OF POLICY
ORS 329.095 OAR 437-002-0140 OAR 437-002-0368OAR 437-002-0145 OAR 437-002-0390
ORS 654.003 - 654.022 OAR 437-002-0144 OAR 437-002-0377
OAR 437-001-0760 OAR 437-002-0180 to -0182 OAR 437-002-0391
OAR 437-002-0020 to -0081 OAR 437-002-0260 to -0268 OAR 581-022-0606
OAR 437-002-0100 OAR 437-002-0360 OAR 581-022-1420
Fazzolari v. Portland School District No.1J, 78 Or. App. 608 (1986); aff’d, 303 Or. 1 (1987).
Toxic Substances Control Act, 15 U.S.C. Sections 2601-2629, as amended by the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act of 1986, 15 U.S.C. Sections 2641-2656.
FA - Facilities Development Goals
FJ - Temporary District Facilities
JH - Student Welfare
JHF - Student Safety