Forming A District-Wide Safety Committee
Forming a school safety committee can be a daunting task, especially for those who have never been involved with a safety committee in the past.
Selecting the right people, setting goals, delegating tasks and keeping the committee interesting are just some of the problems you may face as you start your safety committee.
This page contains links to documents that will guide you and your staff to successfully form a Safety Committee.
- Forming a District Wide Safety Committee
- Forming Joint Labor Safety Committees From NJ PEOSH
- Model Safety Committee Mission Statement
- Model School Safety Policy
- Sample Agenda for First Safety Committee Meeting
For Assistance Contact:
Risk Assessment Services, LLC
John W. Geitz, Safety Director
Jim Weber, Assistant Safety Coordinator