School Risk Management and Compliance
must have Safety Programs
Additional safety programs
Driver Safety, n/a, Info
Annual Program Updates
Epinephrine Auto-Injectors: Requires all public K-12 schools to stock Auto-Injectors for emergency use.
Resources for Supporting Transgender Students: Guidance for School Districts regarding Title IX Requirements.
Suicide Prevention Policy: Requires local education agencies (LEAs) serving any of grades 7 to 12 to adopt a policy on pupil suicide prevention for those grades.
Bullying Prevention Education Code 234 - 234.5
School Safety Plans Education Code 32280 – 32289
Annual Training Requirements
Mandated Reporter Training Program: Requires annual training for all employees of all public K-12 schools.
Healthy Schools Act and Integrated Pest Management: Added requirements for all public K-12 schools for pesticide and sanitizer use.
Concussions: California law mandates that all coaches must receive training on concussions. The training may be fulfilled through the free, online course available through the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).
Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Training for all coaches as of the start of the 2017-2018 school year and every two years after initial training.
Competitive Cheer: Guidelines, procedures and safety standards for the purpose of classifying Competition Cheer as an interscholastic sport.
Lead Testing of Drinking Water: K-12 schools in California can receive free testing for lead.
Automated External Defibrillators (AED): Defines parameters for public K-12 schools that elect to install AEDs.
Indoor Air Quality: A protocol for responding to complaints about Indoor Air Quality
Title IX and Sex Discrimination: Guidance and information for School Districts regarding Title IX Requirements