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School Safety Audit Checklist

  • Front gate access to property

  • Vehicles are checked logbook filled out for vehicles

  • School grounds are fenced

  • Approximate height 4'?

  • There is one clearly marked and designated entrance for visitors.

  • Signs are posted for visitors to report to main office through a designated entrance

  • Restricted areas are clearly marked

  • Shrubs and foliage are trying to allow for good line of sight

  • Bus loading and drop off zones are clearly defined

  • Access to bus loading area is restricted to all the vehicles during loading and unloading

  • Steph is assigned to busload and drop off area's

  • Bus loading and drop off zones are clearly defined

  • There's a schedule for maintenance of

  • Outside lights

  • Locks and hardware

  • Storage sheds

  • Windows

  • School Exterior

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School Exterior and Play Areas

  • Parent drop off and pick up area is clearly define

  • There's adequate lighting around the building

  • Lighting is provided at entrances and other points of possible intrusion

  • The school ground is free from trash and debris

  • The school is free of graffiti

  • Play areas are Fence

  • Playground equipment has tamperproof fasteners

  • Visual surveillance of bicycle racks is possible

  • Visual surveillance a parking lot from main office is possible

  • Parking lot is lighted probably and lights are functioning

  • Accessible lenses are protected by some unbreakable material

  • All areas of school doings and grounds are accessible to patrolling security vehicles

  • Driver education vehicles are secure

  • Students staff or issue parking stickers for assigned parking areas

  • Students access to parking here is restricted to arrival and dismissal times

  • Outside hardware has been removed from all doors except at points of entry

  • Ground floor windows

  • No broken panes

  • Locking hardware in working order

  • Staff in visitor parking has been designated

  • Basement windows are protected with grill or well cover

  • Doors are locked when classrooms are vacant

  • High risk areas are protected by high-security locks and alarm systems

  • Main office

  • Cafeteria

  • Computer labs

  • Industrial arts room

  • Nurses office

  • Boiler room

  • Electrical rooms

  • Phone line access closet

  • Unused areas of school can be closed off during afterschool activities

  • There is two a communication between the main office and

  • Classroom

  • Duty stations

  • Re-location classrooms

  • Staff and faculty outside building

  • Buses

  • Students are restricted from loitering in Corridors and hallways and restrooms

  • Restricted areas are properly identified

  • There are written regulations restricted students access to the school grounds and buildings

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  • Categories are like folders. They allow for further organisation in your sections.

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  • When you are ready, move on to the next section.

Smart Fields

Smart fields

  • Smart Fields are one of the greatest features of iAuditor. They will allow you to show and hide different items depending on how a user progresses through the template.


  • Check this checkbox

  • This message has appeared because the checkbox has been checked.

  • Now check this checkbox

  • This message will disappear when the checkbox above is checked.

  • Type in some text

  • This appears because the text is not empty.

  • Turn the switch on.

  • Now this one

  • And this one

  • One more

  • And this one .. Just kidding. Smart Fields are pretty powerful things.

  • Sign this field by tapping on sign.

  • Great work!

  • Last thing, on a scale from 0-10 how awesome do you think Smart Fields are?

  • Oh.. Okay, is there anything we can improve on?

  • So they're pretty awesome.. Let us know if we can improve on anything.

  • Great! If you have any suggestions please let us know.

  • Awesome! That's what we like to hear!

Moving On

  • When you are ready for another great addition, continue to the next section.

Dynamic Fields

Dynamic Fields

  • Dynamic Fields will completely change how your templates are designed. They will allow you to include an unlimited amount of items in your template, to account for the unknown.

Employee Register

  • Please add an employee. You can add as many as you like!

  • Employee
  • Name

  • Employee Number

  • Signature


  • Did you add an employee? How many? 1? 2? 50? This is what Dynamic Fields are all about. They are for when you don't know the amount of items you will be assessing in an audit.


    Is there any faulty equipment?
  • Model #

  • Serial #

  • Is anyone at fault?

  • Who?

  • Person
  • Name

  • Employee #

Finishing up.

  • Once you've played enough with Dynamic Fields, continue to the next section.

Mandatory Fields

You must answer all of these questions to continue.

  • These questions have been made mandatory. Which means you must answer them to move on.

  • You can tell a question is mandatory by the red line on the left hand side of the question. Once you have answered it correctly, the line will disappear and you can move on.

  • You can make any style of question mandatory if you feel it is important enough.

  • Mandatory questions allow you full control and consistency over how your audits are being completed...

  • ...and ensures nothing important is being skipped.

  • Once you have completed all questions, continue to the next section.

Create New Template

Now try it yourself!

  • You should now have the tools required to build a great template. To do this, go to the "Templates" view in the main menu and tap on "New".

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