sure the insurance policy is up to date.
emergency kits on all buses.
fire extinguishers on all buses.
the safety checklist routine in all buses.
sure students do not walk around the parking area before all buses are in full
sure that all preschoolers and elementary students are accompanied to the buses.
is expected to follow the rules stated in the student section.
with bus supervisors to discuss any issues when needed.
sure all drivers and supervisors maintain the proper dress code and hygiene
sure all buses run for service of fuel and other needs when unattended by
safely at all times.
not to change the regular routing, unless necessity as this may create
discomfort for the students.
drink alcohol at any time until the last shift is over.
smoke is not permitted on the bus.
sure the fuel tank is full before you they pick up the children.
at any time they feel the bus needs tune up, or they are uncomfortable about
either part, no matter how minimal or not dangerous in their opinion it might
be, drivers must not attempt to run the bus at all
case the bus fails to start or you face any problems during their trip, drivers
should inform the office at once and then proceed with solutions.
not transport the children with private vehicles.
move students to another vehicle without authorization.
leave the bus unattended, while the children are on board.
leave the keys in the ignition at any time unless if they are sitting in the
leave the bus doors open at any time.
allow students to leave the bus and call others from homes.
allow strangers on the bus while transporting the students.
sure buses are clean at all times.
in charge of the bus cleanliness and maintenance.
shower, brush their teeth and use deodorant daily.
socks and shoes; " no sandals” are permitted.
parallel to the door with the students.
help for the students to go on and off the bus.
the seating arrangement for the students according to their routing.
action in case of behavior problems.
any problem at once to the Head of Non Academic Affairs.
by all safety rules.
sure to maintain the dress code regulation and the hygienic standards.
prevent conflict between and among students.
Evacuation Steps and Fire Safety
Students must evacuate if:
- alarm bell rings.
- informed by teacher in class or on duty: e.g. if fire/emergency has
caused the electric system to break down: Staff will be sent to all areas of
the school with a message to evacuate.
- follow teachers’ directions.
- move in silence.
- move in single line BY THE WALL out of designated exits of building.
- not to go to the lockers or use the restrooms.
- inform staff on duty if they suspect any missing friends.
- gather at the "back" of the designated area to permit the movement
of others along the path with safety.
- once in final location, remain with their group to facilitate the
- be gathered in rows of 5, in a way to allow the teachers to circulate around
Should an evacuation occur during a break time, again the alarm/bell will ring
continuously in the playground.
- Students are to move in the playground to the areas previously designated.
- Teachers should meet their students in the appropriate places and check that
all students are present.
- Maintenance staff should proceed to their responsibilities
- Floor wardens should proceed with their duties and make sure all students
have evacuated the building and closed all doors and windows.
- Teachers are asked to use their judgment to decide if they need to take
charge, whether they are assigned or not.
Once students and staff evacuate and leave a
building, they may not re-enter until authorized to do so.
Evacuation Steps and Earthquake Safety
What to Do in Case of
earthquake strikes, every person must remain calm and take appropriate actions
in order to minimize damage.
Taken for Earthquakes
Remember to "Drop, Cover, and Hold On.”
ensure physical safety
- remain calm and move away from furniture, glass windows, and light fixtures.
- seek shelter under a sturdy desk or table.
- put out any immediate fires and shut off the main circuit breaker.
- secure an escape route.
- keep the door open to ensure a clear exit.
- obtain accurate information from TV or radio.
- do not rush out of the building; watch out for falling objects.
- evacuate on foot
- carry basic necessities if possible.
- watch for aftershocks.
Evacuation Steps and Lock-down Safety Measures
intrusion, civil unrest, or any unexpected event with immediate safety
implications takes place, announce a lock-down through the PA system or by
utilizing the school bell in a specified manner.
Reasons for a lock-down to be initiated
- An out of control student or staff member who is a threat to the
safety of our students, staff, or himself/herself
- Someone who has a gun or weapon
- An intruder (could be an attempted kidnapping)
- Hazardous chemical outside the building
- A weather related event
Persons who can call a lock-down
- School Personnel
- Law Enforcement
remain with the students and teachers. The Principal and Heads of Sections (or
floor wardens) would communicate via the walkie-talkie or mobile phones to make
critical decisions while the students are locked down.
teachers are to
- Glance outside the room to direct
any students or staff members in the hall into the room immediately.
- Bolt all doors with furniture or
lock the door (only the teacher is privy to knowing the key location).
- Close the windows and curtains.
- Look for the safe corner.
- Turn out lights and fans, and computer
- Teachers and students should lie on
the floor, preferably under desks or anything providing protection and should
move away from windows. Students and
teachers are to remain on the floor until further instructions are given.
- Or place students against the wall,
so that the intruder cannot see them looking in the door if the door has a
window in it.
- Keep students quiet.
- Student mobile phones should remain
- Staff mobile phones should be set to
- No one is to answer the door under
- Remain in this position until "all clear” is
- After the "all clear” is sounded,
the Principal can authorize the contacting of parents, if appropriate.
and all employees should remain at their location if they are inside a
classroom, office, or any designated area.
and all employees that are present outside a covered area should immediately go
to the nearest classroom or designated area.
N.B. Bolt all doors with furniture or lock where feasible.