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School Roof Management: Hiring Qualified Roofing Contractors

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Use these guidelines when hiring a qualified roofing contractor to ensure your roof is protected.
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Celebrate 20 years of EMC's school chemical management program, ChemEyes.

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Learn strategies to de-escalate an angry student at school with these de-escalation techniques for teachers.

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Many high school athletes have suffered concussions. Learn how to identify these injuries and mitigate their occurrence.

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Slips and falls are the leading cause of school accidents. Learn how to prevent accidents in schools.

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Ensure kids' safety by following playground safety standards. This playground safety checklist can help you get started.

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Some high school and middle school lab experiments are not safe. Learn about RAMP chemistry protocols today.

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Winter can be a treacherous time to drive school buses. Check out these five tips to keep your students and driver safe

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Smart sensors monitor your facility 24/7 and alerts you at the first signs of trouble.

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Check out our remote learning IT safety tips to keep students and staff safe this school semester.

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Learn about the causes of electrical equipment failure in schools and why preventative maintenance is so important.

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Schools should enact even stricter food safety measures than those that were in place prior to COVID-19. Learn more.

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Make sure your students are in the care of the safest and most qualified drivers.

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Colder weather brings ice, snow and sleet. Learn how to prevent slips and falls with these nine tips.

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Students require safe transportation to school events. Learn to manage risk when relying on volunteer drivers.

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Back-to-school training can foster an ongoing culture of safety, productivity and confidence. Learn the benefits EMC!

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To communities, schools are pillars for education. To fraudsters, they’re a target for quick payoff opportunities.

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Keep your school staff comfortable and productive by addressing potential ergonomic issues early. Learn more at EMC.

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Inspecting buses before the winter season and frequently throughout can help ensure any defects are noted.

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Learn how to maintain bleachers for safety and how to know when it's time to replace them.

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As winter approaches, it's important to make time for a full roof inspection at all your school buildings.

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This federal law aims to improve protections for athletes by ensuring sexual-abuse prevention policies and training.

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Ergonomic issues can cause back, shoulder and wrist injuries and can occur in many different jobs around your schools.

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Boilers and heating systems where proper lay-up procedures were followed will likely work well during winter.

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School emergency drills are important, but often done without proper planning.

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Slips and falls are a leading cause of accidents in schools. These three products may help reduce claims.

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Establishing firm driver criteria for school vehicles helps ensures the safety of students and the public.

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Prescription opioid abuse and addiction is increasing and can be a problem for your staff and students. Know the signs.

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While chemistry experiments can be great learning opportunities for students, they can also be risky.

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A number of emergencies, from medical to weather-related incidents, can affect schools.

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Find out more about ransomware and how you can prevent it from infecting your school’s servers.

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Confused about the new reporting and recordkeeping requirements for schools? Learn more here.

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Parking lot hazards increase the amount of slip-and-fall incidents at schools. Find out more about these hazards.

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Slips and falls lead to sprains, strains and broken bones. Follow these three tips to reduce classroom hazards.

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Find out if your staff is in compliance with OSHA’s blood-borne pathogens standard.

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Old and outdated chemicals can be hazardous. Learn how to prevent chemical stockpiles at your school.

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Ice buildups can easily lead to slips and falls. Follow these three ways to eliminate ice buildups.

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Check out these tools to develop a crisis response and prevention plan for your school.

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Hard drives are a common source of data breaches and leaked information. Follow these three ways to securely erase data.

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