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In Service Seminars & Trainings

The NJSIG Safety and Risk Control Department is available to come to your location and provide safety training to district personnel. This service is available at no cost to NJSIG members.The following is a list of available topics. We can develop alternate topics or themes at your request.

Building Inspection

Train employees to inspect your facilities for safety problems and code violations using a checklist system.

Fire Safety

Training in egress, fire extinguisher inspections, detection and emergency lights.

Ladder Safety

Proper maintenance and use.

Material Handling

Safe lifting techniques, back care and safety.

Lockout/Tagout Safety Procedures

How to control hazardous energy.

Playground Inspections

How to inspect your playground and determine if your playground meets the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Guidelines.

Bloodborne Pathogens

Who is affected. Sample manual for compliance.

Hot Work

What should be done before the welding torch is lit. Sample program with permits.

Confined Spaces

Learn how to recognize which ones may be hazardous and how to safely enter and perform work.

Racial Tolerance

Legal definition with discussion of an actual school board case.

Defensive Driving(For Non-Professionals)

(For Non-Professionals); Avoiding road hazards.

Slips, Trips and Falls

Safety procedures to help prevent the most common types of school accidents.


A discussion of Bullying myths and Facts and how to create a successful bully reduction program.

Egronomic Evaluation

"Fit the Workplace to The Worker" evaluation, review of Cumlative Trauma Disorders and current office ergonomic work practices.

Playground Safety

Common playground safety issues are presented and the elements of an effective playground management program are discussed.