-- 6500 -- OCAG Staff Safety Training

A.  Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Prevention

IAW OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030 The following school staff are required to complete training on Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure:

Admin. AssistAnnual
Art TeachersAnnual
Dean of StudentsAnnual
Athletics CoordinatorAnnual
Biology 6-12 TeachersAnnual
Chemistry TeachersAnnual
Facility ManagerAnnual
General Science 5-9 TeachersAnnual
Maintenance StaffAnnual
Physics TeachersAnnual
Student Services CoordinatorAnnual
Business ManagerOnce
Compliance OfficerOnce
Curriculum CoordinatorOnce
Kindergarten TeachersOnce
Grade 1 TeachersOnce
Grade 2 TeachersOnce
Grade 3 TeachersOnce
Grade 4 TeachersOnce
Grade 5 TeachersOnce
Grade 6 TeachersOnce
History 6-12 TeachersOnce
History/Math TeachersOnce
Human Resources ManagerOnce
Latin TeachersOnce
Literature 6-12 TeachersOnce
Math 6-12 TeachersOnce
Music TeachersOnce
Spanish TeachersOnce
Front Office Operations Specialist/ReceptionistOnce
Recess MonitorOnce
Operations Specialist (Back Office)/RegistrarOnce
Teaching AssistantOnce

B.  Hazard Communication: Right to Understand (GHS)

IAW HazCom 2012 (h)(1) The following school staff are required to complete training on hazardous chemicals in their work area at the time of their initial assignment, and whenever a new chemical hazard the employees have not previously been trained about is introduced into their work area. Information and training may be designed to cover categories of hazards (e.g., flammability, carcinogenicity) or specific chemicals. Chemical-specific information must always be available through labels and safety data sheets.
  • Facility Manager
  • Maintenance Staff

C.  DCF Child Abuse

IAW FS 1012.98 (12) School staff will participate in continuing education training provided by the Department of Children and Families on identifying and reporting child abuse and neglect.  All staff are required to complete this training once.  The training is performed on the DCF website.

D.  Youth Mental Health Awareness  and Assistance Training

IAW with F.S. 1012.584 all school staff must complete youth mental health awareness and assistance training by the deadlines established by the Florida Department of Education or sponsoring school district. 

E.  Non-Medical Assistive Staff

Per F.S. 1006.062, non-medical assistive (NMA) personnel in each school, designated by the principal, will be trained to assist students with medication administration.   NMAs will receive the following training.
  • Administering Medications to Students
  • First Aid Training 64F-6.005 F.A.C
  • CPR Training 64F-6.005 F.A.C
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Training
  • Head Lice Training
  • EpiPenĀ®/TwinJect Training
  • Other Child specific training as required (such as the use of Diastat and Glucagon)

Adopted: 02/06/2024