• Are classroom walking area in classrooms clear of book sacks, books, teaching materials, electrical chords, teaching material and other trip hazards?

  • Slip/Trip/Fall Hazards Observed

  • Are teachers wearing low, flat, closed heal footwear that is safe for the environment

  • Unsafe footwear observed

  • Has safety meeting been completed for all employees?

  • Comments

  • Are bulletin boards or items displayed at a level which allows teachers to reach items without standing on chairs or other makeshift items?

  • Comments

  • Are slip/trip/fall hazards in the kitchen/lunchroom observed?

  • Lunchroom slip/trip/fall hazards observed.

  • Has there been recent, documented training on " How teachers should handle students that act out".

  • Comments

  • Are dumpsters set up to allow loading from the side to in order to reduce back injuries?

  • Comments

  • Are procedures in place to reduce injury for employees assigned with emptying trash containers?

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  • Inspection comments

  • Principal or designee

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