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School Health and Safety Program

 

 Jefferson County Public Health’s School Health & Safety program reviews public, private and parochial K-12 school construction projects to ensure the health and safety of students and other school occupants. Our approval is required before building permits and/or certificates of occupancy are issued.

Jefferson County Public Health’s School Health and Safety program is involved in three stages of the school construction process:

  1. We review proposed K-12 school sites to ensure they do not present any health problems.
     
  2. We review school construction plans and specifications before construction.
     
  3. We conduct pre-occupancy inspections prior to use/

 

For a review of your school related project contact:

Roger Parker, CHES, CPO
Environmental Health Specialist
Jefferson County Public Health Department
(360) 379-4489

 

 

Resources 

WAC 246-366 - Primary and Secondary Environmental Health and Safety

School Plan Review Process Application

School Plan Review Process

Playground equipment review for new schools

K-12 School Construction Project Review and FAQs

K-12 School Design Tips

FAQ page

Complete Safety & Health Manual 2002-2003

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