Trainings / Workshops and Meetings


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Required by Federal and  State Laws for all employees

Right-to-Know, Hazard Communication, Blood-borne Pathogens 
Everyone must complete this training every year. If you are unable to attend your district's scheduled training, please attend at another district or contact our office for further information.
  • On-Line training is available through the Public School Works® program offered through the Safety Risk CoSer.
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  • Right-To-Know Law (Article 48, Section 4800 et sequ Public Health Law & Article 28, Section 875 et sequ of Labor Law).
  • Blood borne Pathogens Standard (OSHA Final Rule of 12/06/91- 29 CFR 1910.1030 enforced by NYS DOL).
  • Emergency Response Updates (Education Law 2801-a: School Safety Plains, Law 807(1-a), (b): Fire and Emergency Drills).
  • Employee Fire Safety Education (Section F406 of the New York State Fire Code)

Remember to schedule all required new custodial training for the new school year by contacting our office.
  • Confined Space
  • Lock Out - Tag Out
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • 2-Hour Asbestos 






During our 2018-19 School year we presented our Tick Awareness & Management Workshop For Schools.

This workshop was presented by The New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal, ONC BOCES (Safety and Risk Management) and NYS IPM Program - Cornell University.

Topics covered were:

  • Hour 1Classroom – Presentation by NYSIPM Specialist on tick species, ecology, disease potential & management strategies.
  • Hour 2 – Participants built tick drag mats for monitoring tick activity outdoors.
  • Hour 3 – Exterior grounds – Participants learned how to perform a tick drag and how to identify ticks and how to interpret the results. Various management strategies were discussed.
The NY State IPM Program has a long history of cooperation with K-12 schools to promote the adoption of integrated pest management & best practices for indoor & outdoor pests. Ticks are of increasing concern for New Yorkers & disease incidence is on the rise. To keep school children safe while attending school, grounds departments need to understand & effectively manage ticks & exposure to ticks
For more information please visit:
Tick Identification 
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