Risk Management, Safety, & Loss Control Services2021-10-12T10:29:15-07:00

Loss control staff focus their efforts towards building a risk management environment at each one of our member’s facilities.

Services

Loss Control Services

As consultants to our member school districts, loss control staff focuses their efforts towards building a risk management environment at each one of our member’s facilities. Loss control staff work directly with our member school districts and provide them with risk control services and resources designed to help reduce exposure to potential loss and control loss-related expenses.

Services include:

  • Comprehensive facility surveys focused on safety and liability exposures
  • Standards compliance assessments of required safety programs
  • Review of specific operations and activities
  • Employee safety training, both in-person and web-based
  • Risk management workshops
  • Accident investigation to determine cause and to recommend corrective actions
  • Informational bulletins and newsletters on various risk management issues
  • Job Hazard Analysis
  • School Emergency Operations Plan assistance and review
  • Safety Committee consultation
  • Playground inspections by Certified Playground Safety Inspectors
  • Pressure vessel inspections
  • Ergonomic assessments
  • Participation with various school-related organizations

In an effort to help reduce losses, ESD 112 Insurance Programs is committed to providing risk management consultation services to member districts.

For our safety resources page click here: Safety Resources 

How Can We Help Your School District?

Our dedicated and experienced loss control staff can provide onsite district visitations and telephone or electronic consultations to help with your risk management questions and concerns. School districts have received assistance on a variety of topics including:

  • Climbing walls
  • Pedestrian concerns
  • Pest management
  • Construction safety issues
  •  Transportation issues
  •  Laboratory safety
  •  Athletics and extracurricular activities
  • Student and staff injury prevention
  • Security
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Field trips
  • Chemical safety
  • School safety patrol
  • Incident Command System for school administrators
  • Student supervision
  • Indoor air quality

Contacts

Who to Contact

Wendy Niehaus

Risk and Safety Consultant

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3574

Email: wendy.niehaus@esd112.org

Trista Greenwood

Risk and Safety Consultant

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3585

Email: trista.greenwood@esd112.org

Christine Poirier

Loss Control Specialist- ESD 123

Contact

Phone: 509-544-5720

Email: cpoirier@esd123.org

Submit an Employee Incident Report

Have an Accident? Near Miss?

Click on a logo below to report an employee injury.

ESD112 Online Employee Incident Report
ESD123 Online Employee Incident Report

Insurance Questions

If you have a question about the insurance programs or services we offer to districts, please reach out to:

Trista Greenwood

Risk and Safety Consultant

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3585

Email: trista.greenwood@esd112.org

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