Collective Bargaining Agreement |

2015-2016

6.1

Every employee in the public schools shall hold pupils to a strict account for their conduct on the way to and from school, on the play-grounds, or during recess. A  teacher, assistant principal, principal, or any  other certificated employee of a school district, shall not be subject to criminal prosecution or criminal penalties for the exercise, during the performance of his/her duties, of the same degree of physical control over a pupil that a parent would be legally privileged to exercise but which in no event shall exceed the amount of physical control reasonably necessary to maintain order, protect property, or protect the health and safety of pupils and employees, or to maintain proper and appropriate conditions conducive to learning. (Ed. Code No. 44807)

6.2

An employee shall not be required to engage in any school related activity or assignment which can reasonably be deemed hazardous so that bodily injury might be caused. Should the situation involve student health and/or safety, employees may be requested to assist.

6.3

An employee shall report in writing to his/her immediate supervisor any unsafe, hazardous, or potentially dangerous working conditions.

The District shall investigate these reported conditions and follow the procedures as outlined in the CAL OSHA (California Occupational Safety and Health Act) regulations. The District shall inform a reporting employee of the resolution of this investigation.

6.4

An employee shall report to his/her immediate supervisor any situation in which a student's conduct threatens the safety of students or employees. The supervisor shall investigate these reported conditions as soon as possible and shall follow appropriate District procedures If requested, the employee shall be provided with all relevant and appropriate information regarding the findings of such investigations.

6.5

Employees at each duty site shall be involved in the development of written school related safety procedures and policies through the existing on-site CAL OSHA Safety Committee.

6.6

The District and the Association agree that health and safety is an increasing concern to school employees. To this end, the District and the Association shall work jointly to assist each school health and safety committee in developing school-wide health and safety procedures.

6.7

The District and the Association shall work jointly on a District-wide Safety Committee.

 

 

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Our Mission Statement:
"GGEA is an association of educators who advocate for the well-being of our membership and the students we serve."

Our Mission Statement:
"GGEA is an association of educators who advocate for the well-being of our membership and the students we serve."

Our Mission Statement:
"GGEA is an association of educators who advocate for the well-being of our membership and the students we serve."

Our Mission Statement:
"GGEA is an association of educators who advocate for the well-being of our membership and the students we serve."