Risk Management oversees all of the liability and property insurance needs, ADA accommodations, unemployment issues, and safety programs. The safety programs include accident prevention, worker's compensation, and the coordination of the district safety committee.
RCW 4.92.100 requires citizens to present the Standard Tort Claim form with the Renton School District (RSD). The law also requires RSD to post on its website the Standard Tort Claim form with instructions. In compliance with these requirements and for the convenience of citizens, ORM developed the Washington State Tort Claim Form Packet.
Board Policy 5660 states as follows: It is the policy of the Board to take every reasonable precaution for the safety of the students, employees, visitors, patrons, and all others having business with the district. The Board believes that safety is important to everyone not only as a protective measure during school hours, but also as an instructional means of developing safe behavior to minimize accidents at all times.
The superintendent or designee shall develop the total safety program. The general areas of the program include, but are not limited to, safety education, accident prevention, safety inspection of facilities, safety work order review, fire prevention, emergency procedures, and traffic safety management related to employees, students, and community.
Reporting an On-The-Job-Injury
Workplace Rights and Workers' Compensation
For information regarding liability issues, student injuries, or certificates of insurance, please contact Kim Long at (425) 204-2361. For workers compensation processing and information please contact Ryan Rudolph, (425) 204-2298 in Human Resources.
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