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Classroom Evacuations – In some work-sites especially we are hearing that classroom evacuations are a too frequent of an occurrence. There are no mechanisms, however, to track these situations so we’re created a reporting form which will take you less than two minutes to complete. We think it is dysfunctional for classroom evacuations to be happening – certainly on a regular basis and want to assist you. We need you to complete this so we can.


Safe Schools Form – this form is an internal form to the school and again, there is no system data of the usage and effectiveness of these forms. Completing this survey will take less than 1 minute. Generally, we want to know: 1) how often here are being used, 2) are you being responded back to by your administration.



Safe Schools Form - PDF

Violent incident Reports – the forms that you complete are to be sent to the UCDSB Health and Safety Officer the same day you submit it to your principal (you are to be CC’d when they are sent). This is not the official form to complete rather it is a notification for us. Currently we only receive summary information monthly and we need to have more timely information. Your completion of this form will assist us intervene much more quickly.


Workplace Violence Incident Report - PDF

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Very Brief Surveys To Keep Us in the Loop

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) – the document to the left is  the UCDSB’s IAQ policy. Maintaining an excellent air quality is vital to everyone’s health.Poor IAQ can result in eadaches, fatigue, irritability, nausea, dizziness, dim inished ability to concentrate and can contribute to specific  problems related to asthma, sinusitis, and other respiratory diseases. If you have any concerns with the air quality in your work site please review the Board’s policy and complete ETFO-UCL’s survey:


IAQ Policy (form) - PDF

Teacher Absence - not replaced SURVEY