Whenever a disaster takes place in the campus or in school bus people from all walks of life and relevant authorities will question our unpreparedness or question the lapses in following the safety rules.
If 100% implication of rules is not possible, please incorporate appropriate safety features in your school premises.
A general commonsense with sincere thought process can make your school premises a safe place for the children.
Children should receive education in a safe and secured environment, So it is requested that the school managements take timely and general safety steps as may be required time to time.
Be optima in finalising the total student intake. Please follow the guided ratio of classroom area vs. number of students rule.
Make sure you have two exit /entry to all floors.
The staircase must be provided with hand railing.
Natural light and ventilation is a must in the classrooms.
School Chemical laboratory and kitchen should be adequately secured with appropriate fire extinguishing equipment and the staff and the student of above the age of 13 years should be trained to use the fire extinguishers.
Educate children about safety preparedness and emergency evacuation
Instruct the sports and games coach to strictly adhere the safety rules of the specific game and sports.
School children transport vehicles must follow 100% rules of the Road Transport Authority and a periodical check by third party is advised.
Wash Room (TOILET) for boys and girls must be maintained well, with standard washroom signage posted appropriately.
Keep Safe drinking water with in reach.
Make sure the electrical power supply distribution box and terminals are well laid with all safety elements and child protection gadgets in place.
Safety steps for educational tours are a matter of great concern. Tour program should be organized with authorized travel agent.
Follow the educational department guide lines in matters of educational tour/ cultural tours originating form the school.
Provide complete pre-information on travelling places including the risk factors to students and their parents.
‘Exit’ signage at appropriate places in the school campus.
No lock and key be maintained to any staircase or emergency exit.
First aid kits in each floor be maintained.
Emergency telephone numbers and list of persons to be contacted in case of emergency should be displayed in the notice board.
Playground should continuously be under the surveillance of sports coach or security guard.
Children must be aware of preparedness for potential hazards of any kind that can affect any campus. Natural disasters, such as earthquakes, floods, and catastrophes, such as chemical spills, biological threats, are potential hazards that can affect any campus. We must be prepared for all of these, as well as man-made crises, which can come in the form of bomb threats, terrorism or violence on campus.