Northland School Division values its employees and is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace and learning environment for students, staff, parents and community members. We believe that work-related incidents are preventable and their elimination is integral in achieving positive results. A safe and healthy work environment is a shared responsibility between the board, superintendent, staff, staff group representatives, as well as government, parents, students, volunteers, contractors and sub-contractors.
In order to provide a safe school environment:
- School facilities, grounds and equipment are to be maintained in a safe condition at all times.
- Student safety shall be provided through an established adult supervision program.
- Emergency procedures are to be developed to deal with unsafe situations or conditions.
- Procedures to provide for the medical treatment of students and staff.
- A safety education program is to be prepared for students and staff.
100 - Safe and Caring Schools
101 - Emergency Preparedness and Response
102 - Safety Program
103 - Fire Drills
104 - Emergency School Closure Due to Extreme Weather Conditions
105 - Workplace Hazardous Materials Information Systems
106 - Occupational Health and Safety
107 - Smoke Free Environment
134 - Visitors to the School
With support from the Project Brock Society and various supporters and sponsors, all Northland Schools are equipped with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). An AED is a portable device that checks the heart rhythm and can send an electric shock to the heart to try to restore a normal rhythm. AEDs are used to treat sudden cardiac arrest.
Our Health and Safety Department provides First aid and CPR training and AED training to all schools. If you have any questions please contact Safety Officer Andrew Irwin.
Phone: 780-624-2060 ext: 6168