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Department of Facilities Management 45 W. Gude Dr., Suite 4000, Rockville, Maryland 20850. S YSTEMWIDE S AFETY P ROGRAMS. MCPS Safety Programs and Training Overview School Administrative Secretaries PLC April 24, 2014 Peter Park, Team Leader Systemwide Safety Programs

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s ystemwide s afety p rograms

Department of Facilities Management

45 W. Gude Dr., Suite 4000, Rockville, Maryland 20850

SYSTEMWIDE SAFETY PROGRAMS

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@mcpsmd.org

presentation objectives
Presentation Objectives
  • Meet Systemwide Safety Programs (SSP) staff;
  • Learn about SSP functions and responsibilities;
  • Learn how you can help keep your school safe.
systemwide safety programs staff
Systemwide Safety ProgramsStaff

Peter Park

Team Leader

Laurie Lyons

Program Technician

www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/facilities/safety

systemwide safety programs major functions
Systemwide Safety ProgramsMajor 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/replacement.
why do we care about safety
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)
how safe is mcps
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
who is responsible for safety
Who is responsible for safety?
  • Executive Leadership
  • Facility Management—Directors, Principals, Assistant Principals, ASAs, SBAs
  • Employees
  • Contractors
  • Students
  • Visitors
hazardous chemical spills
Hazardous Chemical Spills
  • What should the school do?

(Discuss)

fire safety
Fire Safety
  • Common Fire Code Violations in Schools – memo to all school principals

(handout)

online safety training pdo
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
safety program information updates and reminders
Safety Program InformationUpdates 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
systemwide safety programs can help you with
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
systemwide safety programs online
Systemwide Safety Programs Online

www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/facilities/safety