Healthy Schools Act and IPM
MANDATORY HEALTHY SCHOOLS ACT TRAINING
The Healthy Schools Act (HSA) requires anyone applying a pesticide (including antibacterial sprays and wipes) on a schoolsite must annually complete either a Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) developed training course or a similar course authorized or approved by DPR.
As provided by law, trainers must provide a course that covers integrated pest management (IPM) and the safe use of pesticides, taking into consideration the unique school setting and children’s health.
The slideshow and materials below are provided as a courtesy. Trainers are responsible for ensuring their training meets all requirements of the Healthy Schools Act. Member districts can contact Kurt Walling at STSIG for a personal training at your site.
Slideshow (For information purposes only, not for certification)
Healthy Schools Act Employee Statement of Understanding: Election form
INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT APPLICATORS TRAINING
For pesticide applicators using reportable pesticides, an annual training and certification is required. Below is information and components that should be included in your IPM binder. Ensure you have a current SDS in your binder for each pesticide!
IPM Handout 1 IPM Handout 2 IPM Handout 3 IPM Handout 4 IPM Handout 5 IPM Handout 6
Pesticide Use Report Pesticide Non-use Report
Prohibited Pesticide Products as of APR 16
Voluntary Respirator Use (Shasta County)
Written Safety Training Plan template
California Department Of Pesticide Regulation (School IPM) website link
CCR Regulations on Pesticide Training
CCR Regulations on Healthy Schools Act
Hand Sanitizer in Schools Guidance
Other HSA Training options available