ONTARIO SCHOOL DISTRICT

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February 18, 2009

ATTENDANCE
  
PRESENT
Mary Duran, Aiken; Rob Christensen, Alameda; Conrad Tester, Pioneer; Luis Duran, May Roberts; Moses Martinez, OMS; Jeff Church, OHS; Buckley Plummer, Maintenance; LisaAnn Riddick, District

ABSENT
Benny Quaid, Cairo; Doug Kaechele, Maintenance; Sam Lopez, Warehouse; Duke Clinton, Director of Operations

SCHOOL REPORTS

  • DISTRICT - None
  • AIKEN - Mary asked what can be used to hold entry mats in place and had a question about the rain gutters which Buckley said JP is looking into.
  • ALAMEDA - The door issue has been resolved. Maintenance fit the quad doors with locking handles so the area can be secured. Also, Rob took a look at the offending base heater and said there is a cover on it but the little boy can still get his fingers in it. Is there a way to further cover it?
  • CAIRO - Absent
  • PIONEER - None
  • MAY ROBERTS - Luis had a question about a water leak that Buckley said has been addressed.
  • OMS - None pending inspection.
  • OHS - Buckley said the eye stations will be replaced.
  • MAIN/TRAN - Absent
  • FOOD/CUSTODIAL - Absent

INJURY REPORTS
There were 23 student injuries reported between Feb. 19 and March 18, 2009: eight at Aiken; three at Alameda; eight at Pioneer; two at OMS; and two at OHS.

There were nine non-student injuries reported between Feb. 19 and March 18, 2009: one at Aiken; one at Pioneer; two at May Roberts; two at OMS; two at OHS; and one in transportation.

REVIEW OF STUDENT INJURY REPORTS
There were 19 student injuries reported between Jan. 28 and Feb. 18, 2009.

REVIEW OF EMPLOYEE INJURY REPORTS
There was one non-student injury reported between Jan. 28 and Feb. 18, 2009.

PRESENTATION
Moses did a presentation on ladder safety. There are three types of ladders: industrial, commercial and household. Ladders should be checked before using and inspected regularly. Use 1:4 lock ratio, lock braces, keep both feet on the ladder and don