Accident Prevention Program

The Woodland School District is committed to providing a safe and healthful environment for all students and employees. This site is intended to increase employee awareness of safety and health and to communicate management safety messages.

Yellow caution sign depicting person falling overAccident Prevention Program

Please read the Accident Prevention Program document. If you have questions regarding the information in this program, please contact Scott Landrigan, ext 2741, landrigs@woodlandschools.org.

Please read these important notices:

Employee Accident Report:

Please complete the online form.

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Non-Staff Forms:

Safety Talks

The Southwest Washington Workers' Compensation Trust produces "Safety Talks". You can find Safety Talks here.

Your Safety Committee

The purpose of the Safety Committee is to make recommendations on how to improve safety and health in the workplace. The current school year's Safety Committee minutes will be posted on this website.  If you have any safety concerns, please contact your representative (see the current committee members' list), and let them know, so that they can bring it to the Committee's attention.

2020-2021 Committee Members:

  • Scott Landrigan, Director of Facilities & Safety
  • Tegan Steen, District Safety Officer
NAME ENTITY REPRESENTING
Dan Uhlenkott District, Woodland High School Administrators
Paul Huddleston District Athletics
James Doty District Technology
Laura Perry District Food Services
Tegan Steen Faciilities and Safety Facilities and Safety Secretaries
Shannon Barnett KWRL Transportation
Suzy Davis TEAM TEAM Staff
Scott Landrigan District, Faciilities and Safety District Office
Teri Retter Lewis River Academy Lewis River Adademy Staff
Brian Peterson North Fork Elementary School North Fork Elementary School Staff
Columbia Elementary School Columbia Elementary School Staff
Nicole Caulfield Woodland Middle School Woodland Middle Staff
Sandra Brill Yale School Yale School Staff

Safety Committee Meeting Minutes.

Workers' Compensation

Woodland School District is self-insured through Southwest Washington Workers’ Compensation Trust (SWWCT). The Trust is fully funded by its member participants. Educational Service District 112 is contracted to perform claims adjustment services for the Trust.

To report a Workers Compensation Claim, please call the ESD 112 Workers’ Compensation Department at 800.749.5861 or 360.750.7504.

In Case of Accident or Work-Related Disease:

Call ESD 112’s Workers’ Compensation Claims Department

2500 NE 65th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98661
Phone: 360.750.7504 or toll free 1.800.749.5861 | Fax: 360.750.9836

  • Get correct Workers’ Compensation claim number from ESD 112 before you seek medical treatment, if possible. (Note: Most physicians and hospitals give you State L& I Claim numbers. This is not the correct number, as the District is Self-Insured. You must get the claim number from ESD 112’s Workers Comp Dept.) You can get this number from ESD112 over the phone.
  • Be sure the physician you see accepts Workers’ Compensation cases. They must be in the L&I medical provider network: https://secure.lni.wa.gov/provdir/
  • You will need to complete an Employee Accident Form.
  • Check with ESD112 to find out what is an allowable expense under Workers’ Comp. They will provide all the information regarding the Self-Insured Employers Workers’ Compensation. ESD 112 Worker’s Comp will handle the claim.
  • See A Guide to Workers' Compensation Benefits-For Employees of Self-Insured Businesses