Schools Helping Schools

Building relationships to deliver innovative coverage
and services

I. Board Policy

1. The school board should have a policy and administrative regulation that outline the district’s commitment to safety/risk management and identifies specific accountabilities, including all upper administration. This may be in the form of the district’s Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). CCR Title 8, Section 3203 (a)

2. The policy should be reviewed annually.

3. The policy should be distributed and communicated to all employees.

4. The administration should review property, liability, auto, and workers’ compensation losses at least annually with the board. A loss/claim summary is sufficient.

5. Upper management (and board members when appropriate) should visit sites to gain an understanding of the operating systems within the disstrict, i.e., warehouse, transportation, maintenance, food service, etc.

Our Philosophy – “Schools Helping Schools”

Our Goal is to provide the best coverage and service to our members while keeping costs affordable and stable.

SISC is a Joint Powers Authority administered by the Kern County Superintendent of Schools Office, Mary C. Barlow, Superintendent


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