Welcome to the TUSD Risk Management onboardingclass! In this training, we will explain: TUSD Vehicle Driving Procedures. Blood Borne Pathogens in the Workplace. Hazard Communication Program. Asbestos Awareness Training. and School Site Emergency Plans. These procedures are in place in order tocreate a safe working environment and to adequately inform you of what to do if a student or staffmember is injured. Remember at TUSD, security is most important. We all have responsibilities in order to maintaina safe working and learning environment for our staff members and students. That includes hires reporting dangerou conditionsto their supervisor, or reporting them by request or emailing the TUSD Risk Managementoffice. If your duties at TUSD require you to transportstudents, drive a TUSD vehicle, or to drive your vehicle on territory business, you willfirst need to be authorized for driving.You can obtain this authorization by completingthe following two steps: 1) Submit a duplicate of your Arizona drivers license to riskmanagement @tusd1. orgfor a status check through the AZ Department of Transportation and 2) Complete the 20 minuteDriver Safety Training course on the TrueNorthLogic Professional Learning Portal. You can find the course by sought for Course #13272 District Wide Driver Safety Training in the course catalog. The OSHA standard on bloodborne pathogensrequires employees to protect themselves following exposure to blood at the worksite, due tothe potential for the transmission of dangerous viruses such as HIV and Hepatitis. Microorganisms carrying these ailments canbe transmitted if polluted blood comes into contact with your blood, looks, cavity or othermucus sheaths exposed while at work. Hand washing is the single, most-effectivestandard practice in the case of bloodborne pathogens. The job classifications shown here are consideredat a higher risk for potential blood birth pathogen communication. These jobs include: all health office staff, any employee who numerous assist with an injuredstudent, any person that may render aid to an injuredor sick student or hire, occupational therapist, or physical therapist, discussion clinicians, characters showed in CPR as a conditionfor employment, all ex ed hires, infant care specialists, or sporting trainersor tutors, all types of building architects, every type of superintendents or campus checks, all alternative professors, bus operators and busmonitors, all facilities beings that my meeting blood, fecal matter or bodily fluids, all clas refuge personnel in a non-administrativerole, or audiologists.If your job falls under this category, youwill need to contact Risk Management by term 520 -2 25 -6 602 or emailing them at: riskmanagement @tusd1. org. The Hazard Communication Standard states thatall employees have the right to know about the compounds they are working with evendesk cleans and common-use chemicals. Its communications standard is globally agreed, entail the terminology used and typifies within the standard are matched around the world. In other names, any refuge sheets, warninglabels or chemical tokens you appreciate on chemicals in a workplace will seem the same in any workplace around the globe. Safety data sheets, chemical names, inventorylists and written copies of these financial Hazard Communication Program are the variou channels OSHA requiresthat employees are informed of potentially hazardous substances in a workplace. They are either available with acquisition ofthe chemicals, per request of the chemicals manufacturers.Your duty supervisor are also welcome to be able to helpyou, or the safety data sheet could be googled as well. The safe data sheets are standardized, andwill always have a user-friendly format of 16 main sections. Regions 1-8 are for general information, such as the chemical refer, parts, storage prudences and safeties it constitutes with pictograms; areas 9-16 are for technical information, such as chemical qualities, stability, ecologicalinformation and disposal information. The chemical descriptions are also standardizedwith the same system, but arent able to include all of the information from the safetydata sheet. They do include the chemical appoint, manufacturerinformation, precautionary information and hazard information with pictograms. Label information is important for the employeeto use appropriate handling equipment, proper storage procedures and necessary first aidif contact does occur. Keep in mind a safety data sheet can alwaysbe provided by the manufacturer of the chemical at the employees request, if all the informationon the sheet is needed.Remember: all TUSD employees are responsiblefor identifying and index all hazardous chemicals in their workplace. They are also responsible for obtaining asafety data sheet for each chemical and filing it in the place or classroom security data sheetbinder. Specialty browses such as auto, welding andtransportation will have safety data sheet ring-binders in their special store. Likewise: NEVER bring your own substances fromhome to the school. If there is an emergency involving a chemical, it is your responsibility as a TUSD employee to do the following entry: First call 911 if the situation is life-threateningand then evacuate the place by removing self, students and other staff from harm.Notify the site executive. Notify the school site health office if medicalattention is needed. Notify the area custodial service for clean-up. Lastly, place all remaining compounds outof reach of children while the emergency is being taken care of. Asbestos was used in the construction of buildingswhich were improved from the 1940 s to the 1980 s, before the health risks of the materialwere completely known. If your job classification is custodial, siteengineer transportation, mechanical, engineering, depot, equipment and upkeep or anyone with the potential to shake asbestos. If your job classification is shown here, you will need to sign up for our mandatory self-paced Asbestos Awareness Training onthe TrueNorthLogic Professional Learning Portal. You can find the course by searching for AsbestosAwareness Training in the course catalog. Our class are required by Arizona statelaw to have a written Emergency Management Plans, or EMPs, that item necessary proceduresin the case of an emergency on campus. The EMP can be located in the department and mayalso are available at other arranges around campus. Check with your website head for specificlocations of the written EMP at your locate. It be important that schoolteachers, clas staffand site personnel specifically know expulsion and lockdown procedures, as well as how thesite notes for students and staff during an emergency.For further emergency questions, contact TUSDSchool Safety at 520 -5 84 -7 676. If you have any general safe questions, establish our Risk Management Office a call at 520 -2 25 -6 602 or emailing them at: riskmanagement @tusd1. org. Congratulations! You are now finished with the TUSD Risk ManagementOnboarding training. Head to Topic# 2 to take the quiz and finishthe course. Therefore welcomed TUSD !.