Having a great time and staying safe go hand-in-hand, because there’s nothing fun about getting stuck in a foreign hospital due to an injury that could have been avoided.
There are six basic strategies that all early childhood staff should follow.
Are student workers more likely to have slip and fall accidents than other trained custodial staff?
Input from school nurses can increase playground safety and reduce the risk of injury.
Back-to-school shopping isn’t just for the kids. If you work in a school cafeteria, it’s time to update your wardrobe with drab that’s safe and stylish.
Cafeteria workers don’t just need to focus on serving healthy, nutritious foods for children throughout the day – they also have to maintain a safe work environment for themselves.
No matter how long people have worked in schools, either as cafeteria workers, janitors or supervising administrators, it’s a good idea to look at some of the most common dangers and hazards in an average school cafeteria to prevent them from affecting students or employees in the future.
In order for janitors and custodians to protect students, teachers and administrators from common school dangers, they must first practice safe habits themselves.
It’s important to remember that just because there are budgetary restrictions and large-scale demand you don’t have to fall back to old classics like hamburgers or pizza.
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