Health & Safety

Reoccupancy Requirements Protocol and Test - UPDATED September 22, 2020
Upon review of the Reoccupancy Protocols, employees are required to complete the test - please use the links below for the document and test:

Incident Reporting

Work from Home Guideline

Home Office Ergonomics Tips


Standing Home Computer Ergonomics


Laptop Ergonomics - Basic Tips - Adult or Child Laptop Use at Home, Work or School

Violent Incident Investigations

All Workplace Violent Incident Reporting and Investigations is filled out via the forms in AMS.

Workplace Bullying & Harassment

​Site Emergency Preparedness

Asbestos Inventory

Click on the location name below to access the asbestos inventory for each location. 

The British Columbia Lung Association in partnership with School District 71 has screened for radon gas in all school in District 71. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that you cannot see, smell or taste. It forms from the breakdown of uranium in the soil and enters all buildings including home and schools. This gas can accumulate to high levels and become a health hazard. Radon is the first leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers.
Good News: None of the results of revealed levels of radon above the Health Canada guidelines of 200 Bq/m3. The highest level (33 Bq/m3) was found in the Maintenance and Operations Safety Office .

See school specific results below: 
Working Alone