It is the duty of Woodland Public Schools to keep its students and staff safe. As the Director of Facilities and Safety, it is my job to plan for emergencies and to provide an accident prevention program which includes staff training in safety and emergency procedures.
Woodland School District provides staff safety orientations, and employees can access various safety and job specific trainings under the online SafeSchools Training Program. Below are the links to the SafeSchools Training site, the Accident Prevention Program and the Hazardous Communication Program. Please take time to familiarize yourself with these programs, for the safety of students and staff.
If you have a safety concern or question, please don’t hesitate to contact me at:
Scott LandriganDirector of Facilities and SafetyMain: 1-360-841-2741Cell: firstname.lastname@example.org
The SafeSchools Training offers many safety courses.
Clock Hours are available for this training. Please see these directions for Clock Hours for SafeSchools courses.
Accident Prevention Program
Includes written plan, required notices, accident forms, record of hazard forms, ESD 112 Safety Talks, Safety Committee info and minutes, and Worker’s Compensation information.
To make sure that all affected employees know about information concerning the dangers of hazardous chemicals used in our workplace, the following Chemical Hazard Communication Program has been established.
Hazard Communication Plan
To view the Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for chemicals in your building, please go to this database and do a search:
Put the product or chemical in the search bar. Change the location to your school. Hit the search button. View the pdf SDS sheet by clicking on the pdf icon to the left of the product name.
The District occasionally applies certain products to control for weeds, woody plants, annual grasses, insects and rodents such as moles.
What is the definition of a pesticide?
The District complies with all legal requirements for record keeping regarding the application of pesticides to school grounds or school facilities. This includes creation of an Annual Summary Report of pesticide usage and compliance with state law and the Department of Agriculture rules regarding record keeping and notification. Such records are available on request by interested persons under the state Public Records Act and other laws.
Due to the age of some of our buildings, asbestos was used in adhesives, pipe insulation and other building systems. Over the years many of these systems have removed or abandoned and replaced with newer materials. The remaining asbestos in the building is managed through a program called AHERA (Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act).
This program requires public school districts and non-profit schools to: