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The district’s regular maintenance of the schools includes asbestos inspection in all facilities. In compliance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA), we undertake the following: Reinspect all buildings and spaces every three (3) years for all asbestos-containing building material; sample previously tested building materials suspected of containing asbestos; and update our asbestos management plan. Several members of the district’s custodial and maintenance staff are trained and certified in the handling and removal of asbestos-containing materials. Their training is updated on a regular basis. The reinspection and updated management plans are available for review in the main office of each building and at the district office.
FIRE SAFETY REPORTS
Fire Safety Reports are available for review in the Facilities Office.
Please call for an appointment if you wish to view these reports.
The Lynbrook U.F.S.D. strives to control problems using Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Techniques. IPM is a process for managing, preventing, and suppressing pests with minimal impact on human health, the environment, and non-target organisms. IPM incorporates all reasonable measures by properly identifying, monitoring, and controlling pests through the use of cultural, physical, biological, and chemical control methods. Pesticides may be utilized periodically thorough the year but must only be used as a last resort, and if pesticides are needed, the least toxic pest specific alternative must always be selected. Any student, parent/guardian, or staff member may register to receive written notification 48 hours prior to a regulated pesticide application. Individuals may request that their names be added to the school registry at any time during the school year by contacting Mr. Jim Saitta, Director of School Facilities at (516) 887-0259.