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Knob Noster School District

Knob Noster School DistrictRequired Employee Training2015-2016

THANK YOU!!!!!Dear Knob Noster School District Employee:Thank you for your service to our students and our district. We are pleased that you have chosen to be a part of our learning community.The following mandated training is required of all employees. The purpose of the training is twofold:The training provides information which will assist you in your job responsibilities.The training prepares you to better serve our students. The training helps protect YOU, our students, and our school district during the course of your employment with the District.Again, THANK you for completing this very important training. Once you have reviewed all content, videos, and links, please click the link on the last slide so that you may confirm your training and notify Central Office.Required Training ContentCall to ActionHR FunctionsGrant ComplianceConfidentialityBlood Borne Pathogen AwarenessSeclusion, Isolation, and RestraintFire Extinguisher TrainingEpiPen TrainingAEDSexual HarassmentPolicy ReviewSmarter Adults Safer Students

Click Image to View Video.HR FunctionsTrainingContacts and DatesHR may be reached by calling 660-563-3186. Mrs. Tina Brant is the point of contact.

Payroll runs from the 14th to the 13th of each month and Payments are made on the 20th of each month.

Requests for reimbursements must be received by the last day of the previous month for payment on the 20th.Grant Procedures and ComplianceDistrict Personnel who are interested in submitting a grant; either through grant organizations, Community Sponsorship or other means, will notify the Director of the STE+AM Grant. The goals and scope of the grant requests will be noted for inclusion in the next Board of Education packet.Grant application approval by the Board of Education should occur prior to submission if there is time in the deadline window or at the next BOE meeting.No grants will be submitted that require matching funds without express permission of the Superintendent of Schools and Board of Education.Equipment and tangibles that are purchased with grant funds that are sought as part of fundraising efforts for the students and classrooms of Knob Noster are the property of the district.

HR PortalTo access the Portal go to http://hr.knobnoster.k12.mo.us/sishrportal.

8HR Portal LoginThe HR Portal is a web based application that will provide methods to print checks stubs, make demographic change requests, leave requests, and will provide various types of information to district employees. Anywhere that you have internet access you will be able to view/submit the following just by going to the Districts website at www.sedalia.org

Firstly, and anytime the HR Portal User ID and Password are resetthe Defaults are as follows:

User ID School District email address

Password5 Digit Employee ID Number

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SISFIN my PortalThis screen is used to access the various portal features. The most common features used are:

View Leave BalanceView Pay History and W-2sView Benefit HistorySubmit Leave RequestView Leave Request StatusView Deduction HistoryRequisitionsActivity Club (if sponsor)xxxxxxxxxxx10HR Portal 1.00 Day LeaveSubmit a Full Day of LeaveFrom Date08/21/2015To Date08/21/2015Duration1.00Type of LeaveSick LeaveLeave Request RoutingRequiredSubstitute RequiredCheck Yes(if needed)CommentsLocationRequiredLeave ReasonRequired

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSpeaker: LisaHR Portal .50 Day of LeaveSubmit a Half a Day of LeaveFrom Date08/21/2015To Date08/21/2015Duration.50 pmType of LeaveSick LeaveLeave Request RoutingRequiredSubstitute RequiredCheck Yes(if needed)CommentsLocationRequiredLeave ReasonRequired

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSpeaker: Lisa

HR Portal Requisition Formxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

ConfidentialityTrainingState and Federal LawFERPA: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act HIPPA: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA)IDEA: Individuals with Disability Education ActWhat does confidentiality mean?The protection of private, identifying information.Confidentiality is an inclusive concept that is designed to assure that information will be used responsibly. It is an integral part of professional codes of ethics that regulate the disclosure of information obtained in the course of professional interactions.Individually identifiable information Information, which makes it possible to identify an individual. This may be direct (name, SS#, etc.) or Indirect (information from which one can reasonably figure out the identity of an individual).Exceptions

EMERGENCYMANDATORY REPORTINGCOURT ORDERGUARDIAN OR CONSERVATORConfidentiality

Knob Noster School DistrictThis is Awareness Training only. Certification is given only after attendance at an on-campus training session.24Why is this important?OSHA BB Pathogen Standardanyone whose job requires exposure to BB pathogens is required to complete trainingemployees who are trained in CPR and first aid

The more you know, the better you will perform in real situations!

What is a BB Pathogen?Microorganisms that are carried in the blood that can cause disease in humansCommon BB Pathogen DiseasesMalariaBrucellosisSyphilisHepatitis B(HBV)Hepatitis C(HCV)Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

HIV is the virus that leads to AIDSHIV depletes the immune systemHIV does not survive well outside the bodyNo threat on contracting HIV through casual contactHuman Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

Hepatitis B (HBV)11.25 million Americans are chronically infectedSymptoms include: jaundice, fatigue, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, intermittent nausea, vomiting

May lead to chronic liver disease, liver cancer, and deathVaccination available since 1982HBV can survive for at least one week in dried bloodSymptoms can occur 1-9 months after exposureHepatitis C (HCV)Hepatitis C is the most common chronic bloodborne infection in the United States

Symptoms include: jaundice, fatigue, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, intermittent nausea, vomiting

May lead to chronic liver disease and death

Potentially Infectious Body FluidsBloodSalivaVomitUrineSemen or vaginal secretionsSkin tissue, cell culturesAny other body fluid

Transmission PotentialContact with another persons blood or body fluid that may contain bloodMucous membranes: eyes, mouth, noseNon-intact skinContaminated sharps/needles

Your Exposure PotentialIndustrial accidentAdministering first aidPost-accident cleanupHandling of returned productJanitorial or maintenance workHandling of any waste products

Universal PrecautionsUse of proper PPETreat all blood and body fluids as if they are contaminatedProper cleanup and decontaminationDisposal of all contaminated material in the proper manner

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Anything that is used to protect a person from exposure

Latex or Nitrile gloves, goggles, CPR mouth barriers, aprons, respiratorsPPE Rules to RememberAlways check PPE for defects or tears before usingIf PPE becomes torn or defective remove and get newRemove PPE before leaving a contaminated areaDo not reuse disposable equipment

DecontaminationWhen cleaning up surfaces use Hepacide Quat Do an initial wipe upSpray and allow it to stand for ten minutes then wipe upDispose of all wipes in biohazard containersPPE should be removed and disposed of in biohazard containersHand WashingWash hands immediately after removing PPEUse a soft antibacterial soapA hand sanitizer can be used, but wash with soap and water as soon as possible.

Regulated Medical Waste

Liquid or semi-liquid blood or other potentially infectious material (OPIM)Contaminated items that would release blood or OPIM when compressedContaminated sharpsPathological and microbiological waste containing blood or OPIMSigns & LabelsLabels must include the universal biohazard symbol, and the term Biohazard must be attached to:containers of regulated biohazard wasterefrigerators or freezers containing blood or OPIMcontainers used to store, transport, or ship blood or OPIM

Exposure IncidentA specific incident of contact with potentially infectious body fluidIf there are no infiltrations of mucous membranes or open skin surfaces, it is not considered an occupational exposure Report all accidents involving blood or body fluidsPost-exposure medical evaluations are offeredPost-Exposure EvaluationConfidential medical evaluationDocument route of exposureIdentify source individualTest source individuals blood (with individuals consent)Provide results to exposed employee

Hepatitis B Vaccination

Strongly endorsed by medical communitiesOffered to all potentially exposed employeesProvided at no cost to employeesDeclination form

RecordkeepingMedical records include:Hepatitis B vaccination statusPost-exposure evaluation and follow-up resultsTraining records include:Training datesContents of the trainingSignature of trainer and trainee

In ConclusionBB pathogen rules are in place for your health and safetyFailure to follow them is a risk that does not need to be takenSeclusion, Isolation and RestraintAnnual Training 2015-2016SeclusionWhat Is it?The confinement of a student alone in an enclosed space from which the student is physically prevented from leaving by locking hardware.When can it be used?Never, except in an emergency situation while awaiting arrival of law enforcement officersIsolationWhat is it?The confinement of a student alone in an enclosed space without locking hardware. Doesnt include ISS, detention or timeout.When can it be used?Sometimes In an emergency situationWhen less restrictive measures have not worked AND the school has a plan for how to respond to these situations