With more than 55 million K-12 students attending school every day, educational institutions are on the front line of keeping people safe, in the classroom, on the bus, on the athletic fields and in the cafeteria. Add to those statistics the more than 20 million students attending nearly 5,000 colleges and universities and you have risk of colossal proportions.
At Hanover Risk Solutions, we’ve taken that risk down to manageable proportions, so that you can address the issues that are most important, in the simplest and most cost effective way possible, whether it’s how to keep bus drivers and their passengers safe, or how to keep the cafeteria from going up in smoke.
Risk Solutions Partners
Hanover has partnered with other expert safety professionals to provide our customers with discounted solutions to costly problems. Educational Institutions Risk Management professionals may find these especially helpful:
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|Active Shooter Training
ALICE Training, Inc., a national provider of online active shooter response training, helps organizations with a proactive response to active shooter events, and helps companies assess response strategies as well as providing training for staff to respond in a dangerous situation. Learn More
|Bus Driver Training|
Education & Training
The Hanover Driver Safety Advantage
Provides free driver safety training courses addressing the challenges most commonly encountered by fleet programs. Hanover policyholders can sign-in or register to take advantage of this program. Access Now
Assists any employee involved in screening and hiring employees and volunteers working with vulnerable persons in building a thorough employee screening process that evaluates each candidate’s ability to keep clients safe. Start Now
Supports adults working with children in their efforts to prevent bullying by describing bullying and its impacts and consequences and identifying effective methods of responding to and preventing bullying. Start Now
Child Protection Part I: Child Abuse and Neglect
Helps participants learn the basics of child abuse prevention: how to recognize child abuse and neglect and all its forms, identify the potential effects on the children they care for, and understand the scope of this tragedy. Start Now
Child Protection Part II: Prevention and Response Strategies
Aids participants in building a child abuse prevention strategy and helps employees and employers to identify their responsibilities, construct safe environments, and respond to allegations. Start Now
Mandated Reporter Responsibilities
Assists employees and volunteers in recognizing their mandated reporter responsibilities and outlines the penalties and protection for workers who are in contact with those who are abused or neglected, and the stressors they face. Start Now
Preventing Abuse of Elders
Gives participants the tools they need to recognize the signs of elder abuse as well as understand the scope of abuse in elder populations, and help those in charge begin to develop plans to address abuse and neglect when they’re discovered. Start Now
Assess Your Electrical Preventive Maintenance
Regular maintenance is key to preventing problems in your electrical system. Take this short assessment for insight into what your system needs to maintain its reliability Access Now
Electrical Preventive Maintenance
Costly electrical fires as well as system shut-downs can be costly, but are preventable. Electrical Preventive Maintenance outlines possible problem areas and methods of evaluating them to help head off problems before they result in fires or impact production. Access Now
Equipment Operations Efficiency for K-12 Schools
Improving efficiency of heating, cooling, lighting, ventilation, cooking and electrical systems can help schools save money, reduce environmental impacts, increase security and safety and decrease liability. This training from our RS Partner, Hartford Steam Boiler, contains helpful hints to improve efficiency. Start Now
Scenarios include driving decisions facing substitute drivers and volunteers.
Scenarios include driving decisions facing direct care workers and residential case managers.
Scenarios include driving decisions facing school bus drivers and school administrators.
Several of Hanover’s Risk Solutions Partners also provide education videos and safety training. Hanover Policyholders can sign in or register to take advantage of their programs.
- CPSC, CDC and NIOSH, School Chemistry Laboratory Safety Guide
- EPA – Does the Lead Contamination Control Act (LCCA) require schools to test drinking water for lead?
- EPA – Lead in Drinking Water at Schools and Child Care Facilities
- EPA – Testing Schools and Child Care Centers for Lead in the Drinking Water
- Federal Aviation Administration Memorandum on Educational Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
- Safe Supportive Learning
- The National Center for Education Statistics
- The National Athletic Trainers Association Heads-Up program
- The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Stop Bullying site
- The U.S. Passports and International Travel Smart Traveler Enrollment Program
- Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act
- Voluntary Guidelines for Managing Food Allergies in Schools and Early Care and Education Programs