Register now for our upcoming monthly webinars! Wednesdays from 10:00-10:45am (see exact dates below).
Presented by Eric Durett, ETCP Certified Theatrical Rigger, and Owner of Lakeman Theatrical Services. For school theater and facility staff - in this session you will learn how to manage a safe school theater environment. We will also discuss preventing hazardous theater environments, such as electrical safety, rigging, fire safety, and theater construction.
Presented by Micheal Greenia, Assistant State Fire Marshal, Section Chief, Public Education, VT Department of Public Safety, Division of Fire Safety presents this webinar on the importance of fire prevention and Life Safety at your school.
Presented by Jim Fritz, President of the Snell Group in Barre will present on the applications of thermal camera imaging in the school setting.
Check out our past recorded webinars below! Feel free to reach out to the risk management team if you have any questions on the material or recommendations for future trainings.
Presented by Randy Yandow from WorkSafe New England. During this webinar, you will learn about the hazards of electricity, electrical programs, Lockout/Tagout, inspections, and methods required to maintain your electrical panels safely.
Presented by Brant Insero from the ISSA. This webinar will help you develop a school cleaning program that revolves around safety. COVID has required us to change the way we clean so let us learn how these changes will continue to be instituted in our cleaning programs.
Presented by the Risk Management team. Slips, trips, and falls are the #1 cause of injuries at schools throughout Vermont. During this webinar, learn how to proactively identify, reduce and/or prevent these injuries from occurring at your school
Presented by the Risk Management team. With our shared experiences inspecting playgrounds, we will take you through the typical playground hazards we see at schools and then discuss how to correct them. Additionally, we will go over playground maintenance for your playground equipment materials (plastics, metal, and wood).