Although the District makes every reasonable effort to prevent student accidents and injuries, accidents occur. The Superintendent or designee shall develop procedures to ensure that first aid and/or medical attention is provided as quickly as possible and that parent/guardians are notified of accidents.

Universal precautions shall be observed whenever it is possible that students, employees or others may have contact with blood or body fluids as a result of the accident.

District staff shall appropriately report and document student accidents.

Legal Reference:
Education Code
32040-32044 First aid equipment
49300-49307 School safety patrols
49408 Emergency information
49409 Athletic events; physicians and surgeons; emergency medical care; immunity
49470 Medical and hospital services for athletic program
49471 Medical and hospital services not provided or available
49472 Medical and hospital services for pupils
49474 Ambulance services
51202 Instruction in personal and public health and safety
Code of Regulations, Title 8
5193 California Bloodborne Pathogens Standard

First Reading: 5/24/01

Governing Board Adoption: 6/13/01

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