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The CSDSIP Risk Control Team is Here for You
Risk Control is designed to assist our Members with reducing loss exposures in order to control loss related expenses. Our Risk Control consultants are available to customize training tailored specific to meet your school’s needs, with the ability to train your staff in-person or virtually.
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Past Training Examples
Adult Sexual Misconduct
Two-hour interactive video-based workshop, designed for all school staff, and looks at incidents of adult sexual misconduct. Knowing and understanding appropriate adult conduct is critical to prevent incidents or allegations occurring and is imperative that all staff appropriate behavior in order to prevent incidents or allegations of sexual misconduct.
This presentation will help you better understand how to recognize and investigate sexual harassment incidents. We will also discuss the districts responsibility under state legislation to have harassment policies.
Defensive Driving for
School Bus Drivers
Interactive defensive driving program that utilizes Hartford Insurance for commercial and professional drivers, 3-D Driving program. This program is designed for good, experienced drivers who need reinforcement on how to improve their driving skills. It is based on the concepts of defensive, decisive and dependable driving.
Transportation Liability Concerns
This program focuses on the specific liability issues and concerns of drivers and transportation employees. Liability concerns can arise from student discipline, transporting students with special needs, emergency procedures, and student harassment claims. Transportation employees must be aware of the liability issues involved and how best to protect themselves, the students, and the school district.
First Observer Plus
School Bus Security
The First Observer Plus™ Program provides transportation professionals with the knowledge needed to recognize suspicious activity possibly related to terrorism, guidance in assessing what they see, and a method for reporting those observations.