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Title: MCPS Safety Programs and Training Overview


1
SYSTEMWIDE SAFETY PROGRAMS
Department of Facilities Management 45 W. Gude
Dr., Suite 4000, Rockville, Maryland 20850
  • MCPS Safety Programs and Training Overview
  • School Administrative Secretaries PLC
  • April 24, 2014
  • Peter Park, Team Leader
  • Systemwide Safety Programs
  • T 240-314-1070 F 301-279-3061
  • Email Peter_Park_at_mcpsmd.org

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Presentation Objectives
  • Meet Systemwide Safety Programs (SSP) staff
  • Learn about SSP functions and responsibilities
  • Learn how you can help keep your school safe.

3
Systemwide Safety Programs Staff
  • Peter Park
  • Team Leader
  • Laurie Lyons
  • Program Technician
  • www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/facilities
    /safety

4
Systemwide Safety Programs Major Functions
  • Provide guidance and direction to schools,
    departments, and offices
  • Oversee student and employee safety programs
    systemwide
  • Ensure compliance with safety and health
    regulations
  • Coordinate safety training
  • Evaluate hazards, investigate accidents
  • Coordinate playground installation/repair/replacem
    ent.

5
Why do we care about safety?
  • Legal requirements
  • Job performance (productivity)
  • Reduce injuries and illnesses
  • Minimize employer costs (WC, lost productivity,
    property damage, lawsuits)
  • Create and maintain a positive learning and
    working environment (morale)

6
How safe is MCPS?
  • CY2013 Occupational Injury/Illness Data
  • 942 recordable occupational injuries/illnesses
  • 3,164,262.44 incurred workers compensation
    costs
  • Incidence rate (injuries/illnesses per 100
    full-time employees) 5.7
  • CY2012 Occupational Injury/Illness Data
  • 1,278 recordable occupational injuries/illnesses
  • 5,339,537.08 incurred workers compensation
    costs
  • Incidence rate (injuries/illnesses per 100
    full-time employees) 7.9

7
Who is responsible for safety?
  • Executive Leadership
  • Facility ManagementDirectors, Principals,
    Assistant Principals, ASAs, SBAs
  • Employees
  • Contractors
  • Students
  • Visitors

8
Hazardous Chemical Spills
  • What should the school do?
  • (Discuss)

9
Fall Protection Portable Ladders
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Fall Protection Portable Ladders

11
Fire Safety
  • Common Fire Code Violations in Schools memo to
    all school principals
  • (handout)

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Fire Safety
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Fire Safety
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Fire Safety
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Fire Safety
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Fire Safety
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Fire Safety
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Fire Safety
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Is this permitted?
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Is this permitted?
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Is this permitted?
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Online Safety Training (PDO)
  • Bloodborne Pathogens Full (30 min), Refresher
    (15 min) June 2, 2014 deadline
  • All school staff Required annually
  • Ladder Safety (20 min) and PPE (20 min) June 2,
    2014 deadline
  • Building service staff
  • Hazard Communication Right to Understand (25
    min) and Safety Data Sheets (GHS) (19 min) Dec.
    01, 2013 deadline
  • Building service staff
  • Cafeteria staff
  • Art teachers
  • Secondary science, technology teachers
  • Security staff

23
Safety Program Information Updates and Reminders
  • Memo to all principals and directors (coming
    July)
  • Accidents, Injuries/Illnesses (report to OSSI)
  • Form 525-2 for student injuries
  • Infectious diseases (meningitis, tuberculosis,
    pertussis, rubella, measles, cholera, etc.)
    notify school nurse, call SSP immediately
    (301-370-2141)
  • 1-888-606-2562 (first report of injury for staff
    injuries)
  • Work-related fatalities/hospitalization call
    SSP immediately
  • MOSH inspection
  • Call SSP immediately

24
Systemwide Safety Programs Can Help You With.
  • Safety concerns
  • Hazard recognition and abatement recommendations
  • Safety training
  • Bloodborne pathogen issues
  • Hazardous chemical use and storage concerns
  • Fire safety concerns
  • Play equipment safety concerns
  • Building and grounds safety concerns
  • MOSH inspections

25
Systemwide Safety Programs Online
www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/facilities
/safety
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