||What constitutes a reportable incident?
- Any injury to an employee or registered school volunteer. (If the injury results in death, disfigurement, or hospitalization the local office of the California Occupation Safety & Health Administration must be notified within eight (8) hours.) Instructions for reporting injury to Cal OSHA
- A student injury that requires treatment or follow up evaluation by a physician.
- Reported cases of sexual harassment, sexual molestation, sexual abuse or sexual assault.
- Hate crimes - criminal acts or attempted criminal acts against an individual or group of individuals because of their actual or perceived race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, or disability.
- Cases of physical abuse.
- Bullying that may require psychological counseling and/or may affect a student’s attendance at school.
- Police action on campus involving an arrest and/or an investigation.
- An environmental incident that involves the spillage or release of hazardous material.
- An accident resulting in injury or possible injury to a visitor.
- A fire on campus.
- Any incident that presents a potential for severe financial loss to the District.
Note: District policy and procedures regarding the reporting of suspected criminal acts and child abuse should be followed in addition to the District’s internal incident reporting procedures.