our programs cover each main sector of school safety
This training course will provide the necessary knowledge to help staff maintain fire safety measures and follow evacuation procedures. It will explain how they can minimize common fire safety risks in a school and support students and vulnerable people during a fire.
This one day course will give your staff a good knowledge of first aid to cover common risks for school students.
It is ideal for supplementing your statutory First Aid at Work or Emergency First Aid at Work training.
Crisis Management is that part of a school division’s approach to school safety which focuses more narrowly on a time-limited, problem-focused intervention to identify, confront and resolve the crisis, restore equilibrium, and support appropriate adaptive responses.
Food safety is the responsibility of every person in school nutrition programs.
Every action has the potential to impact the safety of the food, whether during purchasing, storing, preparing, holding, serving, or cleaning
School buses are the safest way for students to travel. Nearly two-thirds of school bus-related fatalities of school-age children occur outside of the school bus. Children need to do their part to stay safe both in and around school buses.
Psychological safety can be defined as having the belief that you will not be humiliated or teased for the ideas you offer, for asking questions, and for admitting to one’s mistakes.
Bullying prevention training materials, publications and resources, including community-based organizations, for educators, parents, and community members for recognizing bullying behavior and approaches for determining how to respond. equilibrium, and support appropriate adaptive responses.