Investigation and incident response guidelines

Guidelines for investigator and incident response guidelines.

Playground safety: The dirty dozen

The National Playground Safety Institute (NSPI) has identified 12 of the leading causes of injuries on playgrounds, which they call the “Dirty Dozen.”

Using reference point driving to navigate your buses to avoid collisions

Simple steps for determining reference points on your bus.

Playground injuries

In general, the most common causes of playground injury are falls from raised playground equipment or collisions with another child

Playground safety

Four key areas to significantly reduce the risk of injury on the playground - supervision, age appropriate equipment design, fall zones, and material types.

Preparing for infectious disease outbreaks or pandemic influenza

Having a practiced emergency action plan in place will increase your success in managing a potential crisis or communicable disease outbreak within your program.

Lessons learned to avoid a traffic accident

Ways to avoid being involved in traffic accidents.

Transportation rules and procedures checklist 

Review and download this transportation rules and procedures checklist to use for your employees.

Avoiding toy hazards

Tips to avoid toy hazards including toy size, how small a toy can be, and about toy safety.

Are you ready for winter? 

Cold weather conditions can increase the possibility of auto accidents, water damage due to frozen pipes bursting, and slip-and-fall accidents.