Rental groups must have a plan in place to deal with emergencies, such as; medical emergencies, fire, natural disasters etc. while on board property. Event Supervisors should familiarize themselves with the school’s layout; location of the AED, fire exits and outdoor “assembly area’ etc. A site tour can be scheduled with the CLASS Rental Office prior to the first rental date.
Injury Reporting Responsibilities
If an injury occurs the Event Supervisor should take appropriate emergency response (first aid, call 911 etc.) then report the incident to the custodian. If a critical injury occurs the Event Supervisor should stop activities, vacate/secure the site, obtain medical treatment, and report the incident to the custodian. Additionally, the Permit Holder must report injuries to the Rental Office the next business day using the online Injury Report. Even if an injury doesn’t appear serious it’s important to complete an Injury Report, especially when someone received medical or dental attention. To complete an Injury Report please click here.
A Critical Injury refers to an injury of a serious nature that: places life in jeopardy; produces unconsciousness; results in substantial loss of blood; involves the fracture of a leg or arm; involves the amputation of a leg, arm, hand or foot; consists of burns to a major portion of the body; or causes the loss of sight in an eye.
Property Damage Reporting Responsibilities
It’s the Event Supervisor’s responsibility to report damages to the custodian. Additionally, the Permit Holder must report any damages to the Rental Office the next business day using the online Property Damage Report. Financial responsibilities for damages to board property are borne by the permit holder. To complete a Property Damage Report please click here.