Should schools teach both art and science

So that nothing happens: safety in schools

The organization of safety in the school was described with the KMBek “Safety in School and Statutory Accident Insurance” dated December 11, 2002.
In terms of the assignment of tasks, these are Bavaria seminar for traffic and safety education and the Specialist advisor * in the field of traffic and safety education Explicitly responsible for the area of ​​security in support of school principals at all school types. These are regularly trained by the Bavaria Seminar and the KUVB at the ALP in Dillingen.
Those supervised by these specialist advisors Security officer For the internal school area at the respective schools, their school heads must advise and support in the area of ​​safety and accident prevention (technical defects, test alarms and fire protection, first aid, accident prevention, the school's traffic safety concept, escape routes, multiplication of material for safety education, etc. ...).

*) Note on the specialist advisors

The specialist advisors have different names depending on the type of school:

  • Elementary / middle schools: Specialist advisor for traffic and safety education (traffic education and accident prevention) at the state school authorities
  • Special schools: Specialist advisor for traffic and safety education (traffic education and accident prevention) to the governments
  • Realschulen: Specialist advisor for traffic education and accident prevention at the ministerial representatives
  • High schools: specialist advisor for traffic education and accident prevention at the ministerial representatives
  • Vocational schools: Specialist advisers for safety matters at the vocational schools in Bavaria at the governments are also responsible for road safety as part of general education on occupational safety.

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