2021 Boiler Operator Seminar via Zoom

The SPELL JIF’s 2021 Boiler Operator Webinar was conducted August 10th via Zoom. Joe Biluck, SPELL JIF Consultant and President of GrāMin Consulting Services along with John Demree, Master HVAC-R Technician and HVAC-R Instructor reviewed Compliance Obligations, Boiler System Types, Controls & Protection Devices, as well as Emergency Response Planning. Click on the links below to view the Zoom recording, Boiler Presentation and Handouts: Click Here to View Zoom Session Recording Click Here to View Presentation Handouts: Department of Labor and Workforce Development – Boilers, Pressure Vessels And Refrigerating Plants  Guideline Logbook...

9th Annual Mold and Environmental Seminar via Zoom

The 9th Annual SPELL JIF Mold and Environmental Seminar was conducted July 14, 2021 from 8:30 am to 12 noon via Zoom. Click on the links below to view the Zoom recording and each session’s Presentation. Click Here to View Zoom Session Recording Session 1: EHRIP Update – Joe Biluck will discuss the EHRIP program, which helps reduce environmental risk among member districts by providing a qualified consultant’s third party evaluation. Session 2: Mold Prevention – John Geitz and Joe Biluck will focus on protocols for helping to reduce the risk of mold formation through proper inspection and maintenance. Session 3: Case Studies – How two districts recognized, responded and corrected water intrusion issues with Lindenwold BA Kathleen Huder (CLICK HERE) and Pitman BA Kelly Brazelton (CLICK HERE). Lindendwold’s Handouts:  IAQ Complaint Form    |    IAQ Occupant Interview     |    IAQ Plan – Revised_051319 Session 4: Risk Coverage and Mold Claims – Scott Tennant will conduct a discussion with claim professionals and members re: Mold Claims with Qual-Lynx Account Manager Christopher Roselli, and Somers Point BA Dr. Michele...

$90,500 Awarded to Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem County School Districts

Each year, the Gloucester, Cumberland, Salem School Districts Joint Insurance Fund (GCSSD JIF) rewards the extraordinary efforts of member districts for their commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment for students, staff and community by actively participating in risk management programs.  In particular, we recognized the challenges faced by school district employees who carried out their responsibilities while adjusting to the new normal that has become the hallmark of 2020. In all, twenty (20) member school districts were recognized and received awards totaling $90,500. • Elk Township School District, Woodbury Heights Board of Education, and Salem County Vocational Technical School District were recognized as Safety District of the Year for their ongoing contribution to safety efforts, earning an additional $2,500 reward. • Angela Harper, Transportation Coordinator from Gateway Regional High School received the Safety Star of the Year Award for going above and beyond on a daily basis, and for always lending a helping hand to embody the spirit of safety.   Click Here to View the GCSSD JIF Award Presentation  ...

$164,000 Awarded to Burlington, Camden and Mercer County School Districts

Safety Star Winner Rick Hillman – Mercer Cty Special Svcs and Vo-Tech Schools Safety Star Winner Dr. Christine Vespe – Superintendent of Shamong Safety Hero Winner Jodi Lennon – Business Administrator from Riverside Each year, the Burlington County Insurance Pool Joint Insurance Fund (BCIP JIF) rewards the extraordinary efforts of member districts for their commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment for students, staff and community by actively participating in risk management programs.  In particular, we recognized the challenges faced by school district employees who carried out their responsibilities while adjusting to the new normal that has become the hallmark of 2020. In all, thirty-eight (38) member school districts were recognized and received awards totaling $164,000. Magnolia Public School, Medford Lakes School District, Mount Laurel Township BOE, and Riverside Township BOE were recognized as Safety Districts of the Year for their ongoing contribution to safety efforts, each earning an additional $2,500 reward. Rick Hillman, Manager of Buildings and Grounds from Mercer County Special Services and Mercer County Technical Schools won the Safety Star of the Year Award for his commitment to providing a secure learning environment, and for going above and beyond to ensure both Districts are safe. Christine Vespe, Superintendent from Shamong Township School District also won the Safety Star of the Year Award for spearheading a safety initiative to provide training to staff members in “Stop the Bleed” bleeding control protocols for trauma. Jodi Lennon, Business Administrator from Riverside Township Board of Education won the Safety Hero Award for her ongoing contribution to safety efforts. Click Here to View the BCIP Safety Awards Presentation...

$99,500 Awarded to Atlantic, Cape May, Gloucester and Ocean County School Districts

Click Here to View the PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY Coverage  Each year, the  ACCASBO JIF rewards the extraordinary efforts of member districts for their commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment for students, staff and community by actively participating in risk management programs.  In particular, we recognized the challenges faced by school district employees who carried out their responsibilities while adjusting to the new normal that has become the hallmark of 2020. In all, 23 member school districts were recognized and received awards totaling $99,500.   • Lisa Smith RN, School Nurse from Folsom Board of Education received the Safety Star of the Year Award for serving as an invaluable resource to research and educate staff and students on measures to protect the school from COVID-19. Her dedication allowed the school to reopen safely and successfully. • Judi Bessor, Facilities Director from Mainland Regional High School also received the Safety Star of the Year. She is a committed and valued employee who has gone beyond the daily working hours to ensure the facility is safe and secure, both before and during this pandemic. • Brigantine Public Schools, Folsom Board of Education, and Pitman Board of Education were recognized as Safety Districts of the Year for their ongoing contribution to safety efforts, each earning an additional $2,500 reward. Click Here to View the ACCASBO 2020 State of the JIF Presentation...

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