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7.10.P.1 Staff Personal Security and Safety
PROCEDURE PROCEDURE

Reference:
Section 7.10 - Policy

 

Threats

Any employee who is threatened with harm by an individual or a group while carrying out assigned duties shall immediately notify the school principal or supervisor.  The principal or supervisor shall then immediately notify the Superintendent's office of the threat and together they shall take immediate steps in cooperation with the employee to provide every reasonable precaution for the employee's safety.  Precautionary steps, including any advisable legal action, shall be reported to the Superintendent's office at the earliest possible time.

Eye  Protective  Devices

Every student, teacher, and visitor in public schools shall wear appropriate eye protective ware while participating in or when observing vocational, technical, industrial arts, art, or laboratory science activities involving exposure to:
  • Molten metals or other molten materials.
  • Cutting, shaping, and grinding of materials.
  • Heat treatment, tempering, or kiln firing of any metal or other materials.
  • Welding fabrication processes.
  • Explosive materials.
  • Caustic solutions.
  • Radiation materials.

The Board shall equip the schools with eye protective ware.

Schools may receive and expend federal, state, and local monies to provide eye protective devices.

For purposes of this procedure, eye protective ware means devices meeting the standards of the U.S.A. Standard Safety Code for head, eye, and respiratory protection, Z21-1959, and subsequent revisions thereof, approved by the United States of America Standards Institute, Inc.