ONTARIO SCHOOL DISTRICT

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It's our way of telling a story of the many
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May 27, 2009

CHAIRPERSON
Jeff Church

ATTENDANCE

PRESENT
Mary Duran, Aiken; Rob Christensen, Alameda; Benny Quaid, Cairo; Conrad Tester, Pioneer; Luis Duran, May Roberts; Moses Martinez, OMS; Jeff Church, OHS; Doug Kaechele, Maintenance; LisaAnn Riddick, District; Duke Clinton, Director of Operations                                        
                                                                        
ABSENT
Sam Lopez, Warehouse; Buckley Plummer, Maintenance

VISITORS
None

SCHOOL REPORTS

  • DISTRICT - None
  • AIKEN - Mary asked again about whether a solution was decided upon to secure entry mats because the rubber back slides on the carpet. Mary also mentioned that the rain gutters in the new wing are not secured.
  • ALAMEDA - None
  • CAIRO - None
  • PIONEER - None
  • MAY ROBERTS - None
  • OMS - None
  • OHS - None
  • MAIN/TRAN - None
  • FOOD/CUSTODIAL - Absent

INJURY REPORTS
There were 31 student injuries reported between May 27, 2009, and September 30, 2009: three at Aiken; three at Alameda; three at Cairo; seven at Pioneer; 10 at OMS; and five at OHS.

There were six non-student injuries reported between May 27, 2009, and September 30, 2009: one at Alameda; one at OMS; two at OHS; one in technology; and one in maintenance.

REVIEW OF STUDENT INJURY REPORTS
Through June 30, 2009, there were 163 student injuries reported in the 2008-2009 school year. Through September 30, 2009, there have been 23 student injuries reported in the 2009-2010 school year.

REVIEW OF NON-STUDENT INJURY REPORTS
Through June 30, 2009, there were been 58 non-student injuries reported in the 2008-2009 school year. Through September 30, 2009, there have been five injuries reported in the 2009-2010 school year.

PRESENTATION
No formal presentation was scheduled, however a ladder safety video by OSHA was presented. Key points were:

  1. Choose the right ladder.
  2. Inspect the ladder.
  3. Set up the ladder with care.
  4. Climb and descend ladders cautiously.
  5. Use common sense.

OSHA videos are available for others who want to view them through the OSHA audio/visual library.

COMMENTS
No dogs are allowed on school property. If loose dogs are on the property, the police should be called. If the dog is with a person, politely make contact. If they refuse to leave, contact the police.

Accident analysis forms are due within two days of the accident.

In regards to painting, the group was told that there is no limit to the height level that anybody outside maintenance can paint, however, training is needed for anything higher than 10 feet.

Some projects at smaller schools are on hold for at least a year.

NEXT MEETING
The next meeting will be Sept. 30 at 1:30 p.m. in the board room. Scott Brown from SAIF will share