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"We've seen an 18% decrease in accidents and claims since rolling out the SafeSchools Online Training System!" - Kevin Wren, Former Risk Director, Rock Hill Schools

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Named 2016 Campus Safety Director of the Year, Kevin Wren, former Risk Director for Rock Hill Schools says:

"SafeSchools Training is an important part of our risk management program. Keeping up with training would be impossible without this system!"

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Lexington County & Cherokee County

Cherokee County School District & Lexington County School District One

Each year, managing school safety grows in complexity. How do administrators proactively address critical issues like active shooters and intruders, bullying and cyberbullying, drug and alcohol abuse, and student mental health and suicide prevention to best safeguard their schools and districts? See how these districts are using SafeSchools Staff Training and Anonymous Tip Reporting to prevent incidents and safeguard their schools.

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Hartford Public Schools Success Story

Hartford Public Schools

Administrators in the largest public school district in Connecticut needed a platform that could easily track completions of safety and compliance trainings, while also allowing them to create and deliver customized trainings specific to the district. Ease of use was also critical to support employees across the entire district. Since implementing SafeSchools Training, compliance rates have gone up over 50%.

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Denton Independent School District

As a fast growing district, Denton ISD administrators found it increasingly difficult to allocate the necessary time and resources to conduct face-to-face staff training. The district purchased SafeSchools Training because they wanted a more efficient way to train staff and track compliance. The transition from in-person to online training has helped the district save time and money, and improve compliance and accountability.

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Prince George’s County Public Schools

Before adopting SafeSchools Training, PGCPS did not have a uniform way to assign and track safety training for several thousand employees across hundreds of locations. District administrators knew they needed to find a training solution that would be efficient, convenient, and cost-effective. After a successful first year of providing online training through SafeSchools Training, the district’s Department of Special Education added the Exceptional Child course library to their subscription to deliver special education-related training to paraprofessionals, streamlining PD for all staff across the district.

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Catawba County Schools

Administrators in this North Carolina district were having a difficult time finding a way to conduct required compliance training and other needed safety training, in addition to reducing workers’ comp claims. The SafeSchools Training System gives Catawba an easy way for employees to complete training on their own time, as well as a way to hold staff accountable with reports to check compliance.

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Horry County Schools

The third largest district in South Carolina serves more than 38,000 students and has 5,866 employees. The district was seeking a training solution to help reduce work-related injuries and workers’ compensation claims. Now that employees are better trained, there are fewer serious injuries, and the district saved $787,000 in Workers’ Comp claims.

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Shelby County Schools

For the largest school district in Tennessee, administering and tracking mandatory training was a challenge. Shelby County was seeking a more efficient way to manage online and offline training and district-specific content. Since implementing SafeSchools Training, the district has saved significant time and achieved over 90,000 course completions in the first two years.

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Monroe Public Schools

Leaders in this Washington district knew they needed to find a more efficient, centralized, and cost-effective way to organize, document, and retain data related to harassment, intimidation, and bullying (HIB) incidents. The district uses the SafeSchools Alert system to track incidents, examine HIB data for trends, and log the actions the district took to respond to those incidents in one centralized location.

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