The Injury Illness Prevention Plan is the foundation of our employee safety plan.
The Hazard Communication Standard, better known as the “Right to Know” law says employees have a right to know what chemical hazards they may face in the work environment, and how they can protect themselves.
- Login with your employee ID number.
- Each section of a course is saved as it’s completed. Employees can re-enter the website and continue working on a specific course.
Report Unsafe Conditions
Through the District’s Injury Illness Prevention Plan employees have a right and the responsibility to report unsafe conditions. The Report of Unsafe Conditions is one method available to employees.
Codes of Safe Practices
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS (MSDS) are included in the standard and are required for all chemicals or products that contain hazardous materials. The MSDS provides important information regarding the health effects of the chemical, routes of entry into the body, appropriate personal protective equipment to use, and first aid treatment if an exposure occurs.