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Safety

Preparing Your Family and Home for an Emergency/Disaster

As employees, substitutes and seasonal workers of the Temecula Valley Unified School District, in an emergency or disaster, we automatically become Disaster Service Workers. We are mandated by law (Government Code 3100) to stay at our work sites to assist the District, as needed, and until relieved of duty by designated personnel. Since emergencies and/or disasters can occur at any time, it is important to have your home and family prepared. Please click the links below to find checklists and helpful tips.

www.ready.gov

www.redcross.org

Fire/Emergency Drills

REMINDER: Each school site is required to conduct three (3) lock down drills, in addition to the fire and earthquake drills specified in Ed Code 32001 and 35297 (listed below).

 

K-8 sites are required to have one fire drill each month they are in sessions, and a "duck, cover hold" (earthquake) drill at least four times during the school year.  High school sites are required to have at least 2 fire drills and 2 "duck, cover hold" drills during the school year.

Drill Report Form (High School)

Drill Report Form (Elementary & Middle)

Site inspection reports

The District requires that each school site be inspected monthly.  Site personnel are responsible for conducting the inspection and forwarding the completed form as appropriate.

 

K-5 Safety Inspection Forms

6-12 Safety Inspection Forms

Food Service Safety Inspection Forms

Utility Vehicles

Safety Plans

New Hire Documents

General Responsibilities Oath - all new employees are required to print, complete/sign, and return to Risk Management.