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Thurs., November 16, 2017

Monthly Regulatory Training
9:00 am

Mon., November 20, 2017

CRSIG Executive Committee Meeting
12:25 pm

Mon., December 18, 2017

CRSIG Executive Committee Meeting
12:25 pm

Thurs., January 18, 2018

Monthly Regulatory Training
9:00 am

Upcoming Trainings


Monthly Regulatory Training: BBP, Heat, Utility Cart, Mandated Reporter ~ Every Third Thursday of the Month
New Hire Training ~ Every First Wednesday of the Month

School Employee Training Matrix by Job Classification

Please call the CRSIG office at 579-7535 or email Valerie Caratachea to register for any training.


New Pesticide Training Requirements

Beginning July 1, 2016, any staff who intends to apply pesticides on school grounds must complete a training course provided by the Department of Pesticide Regulation. This new requirement defines pesticides to include, but not limited to, disinfecting wipes and sanitizers. This means that other staff besides custodial and maintenance (teachers, instructional aides, and clerical) would need to be trained annually. Below you will find a summary of the new requirements as well as instructions to the online training course approved by the state. Should you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact the CRSIG office.

DPR Training Information
Step-by-Step Online Instructions

Training Handouts

Accident Investigation Training Fire Protection Systems Training Workers' Compensation Workshop Job Accommodations & The Interactive Process

Online Training Available

CRSIG offers online training through TargetSolutions. Some trainings that are available in this program include AB1825 Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors, Bloodborne Pathogens, and other various training topics. If your district is not currenlty using this service and is interested in getting more information, please contact Angela Jacobson.

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Safety Training Handouts

Did you know that your School District's Injury and Illness Prevention plan requires  supervisors talk to employees about Safety on a regular basis? You should make Safety a topic at every staff meeting or opportunity.  Do you need some help with coming up with a training for staff?  Here are 52-one for each week of the year-different handouts you can use.

4 Reasons to be careful at work
4 Steps to Setting Up Your Computer Workstation
5 Things to do to Defuse Violence
Accident Prevention
Air Quality
Are you Stressed
Cafeteria And Food Service Safety
Can Walking Make You Fit
Clean and Safe Office Area
Computer Ergonomics-Are You at Risk for Pain
Death on Our Highways-Workers in Peril
Defensive Driving
Eliminate Top Safety Threats to Prevent Electrical Injuries
Extension Cord Safety
Eye Protection
Eye Safety
Facts on Fire Safety
Fertilizers and Pesticides
Fire Safety
Fundamentals of Housekeeping
Gas Welding
Give Yourself an Out-Emergency Exits
Guard Against Machine Injuries
Hand Tools
Hand Washing
Hazardous Chemicals in the Workplace
Heat Stress Tri-Fold Brochure
How Safe is Work-Stress
Integrated Pest Management
Keeping a Clean and Safe Office or Classroom Space
Ladder Safety
Lifting to Protect Your Back
MSDS
Near Miss Reporting
Parking Lot Security
Personal Protective Equipment-Feet First
Personal Safety Awareness
Power Lawn Mowers
Prevent, Slips, Trips, and Falls
Prevent Sprains and Strains
Preventing Back Injuries
Preventing Slips and Falls
Safe Driving Tips
Safe Lifting
Safety Tips for the Office
Safety-Attitude and Behavior
Slips, Trips and Falls
Surge Protector and Extension Cord Safety
The Hazard of Arts and Crafts
Tips to Prevent Eye Strain
Top Workplace Hazards
What You Need to Know About Hearing Loss
Winter Driving Safety
Working Safely with Chemicals
Workplace Hazards-Protecting your Eyes and Ears

If you have any ideas for which you would like to have a handout created, feel free to contact Terri Prichard or Angela Jacobson