Prevention/Loss Control: Provide loss control services in the field of safety and health to district members to assist them in accident prevention and WISHA standards compliance.
Standards Compliance Assessments: Conduct annual assessments on the status of all required safety programs within the district. Written reports on the findings and recommendations are provided
Safety Compliance Training: Provide training resources to district supervisors to support their meeting of compliance and safety goals.
Safety Programs: Assist districts in the development and implementation of federal and state mandated safety programs. Monitor OSHA and WISHA for changes in the required programs and work with districts on maintaining up-to-date programs.
Statistical Analysis: Use statistical analysis from claims data to identify the causes that produce the greatest number of injuries. Special emphasis in accident prevention is provided to reduce the losses caused by the greatest risk factors identified.
Worksite Safety Surveys: Conduct courtesy safety surveys of work areas to identify hazardous conditions or violations of safety standards. Loss Control will provide the collected data to the districts and consult with them on corrective actions.
Accident Investigation: Assist districts with on-the-job accident investigation to help them uncover the cause(s) and recommend corrective actions.
Job Analysis: Assist districts in the establishment and maintenance of a return-to-work program for injured employees. Loss Control Consultants can conduct on-site analysis of job tasks to identify the physical demands and essential functions.
Ergonomics: Assist districts in the detection, correction and prevention of work-related musculoskeletal disorders among their employees. Loss Control can provide worksite analysis, consultations and training to member districts.
Modified Duty/Return to Work: Work with districts and unions in the development and implementation of light/modified work for the purpose of bringing back injured employees while they are recovering from their injuries.
Industrial Hygiene Services: Provide technical support, expertise and training in occupational health and safety related fields such as indoor air quality (IAQ), management of hazardous chemicals, drinking water and any other exposure related issues. IAQ services include site inspections, monitoring, sampling, education and written reports on findings and recommendations. Chemical management services include assessment of hazardous chemicals in science laboratories, art and technical education areas and district operations, assistance with WISHA standards compliance, site specific solutions, and training (Hazard Communication and Laboratory Chemical Hygiene training).
Online Safety Training: Develop online training programs with member districts using the SafeSchools online computer-based training program. The online program assists school districts to comply with state regulations and to aid in the prevention of work-related accidents and injuries.