Personal Protective Equipment

  1. Personal protective equipment will not be shared. 
  2. Protective gloves: a) Nurses, health technicians, and/or office staff attending ill or injured students or assisting with medical needs of special education students. 
    1. Custodians and other employees who use cleaning and sanitizing products, other than surface wipes. 
    2. Special education teachers and paraeducators who assist students with personal needs or assisting with medical needs of special education students. 
  3. Goggles or safety glasses 
    1. Nurses, health technicians, and/or office staff attending ill or injured students or assisting with medical needs of special education students. COVID-19 Prevention Program Page 15 
    2. Custodians and other employees who use cleaning and sanitizing products, other than surface wipes. 
    3. Special education teachers and paraeducators who assist students with personal needs or assisting with medical needs of special education students. 
  4. Face shields 
    1. To enhance the effectiveness of goggles, safety glasses, or face coverings. 
    2. Staff who are hearing-impaired or communicating with a hearing-impaired person. 
    3.  Employees who cannot wear face coverings due to a medical or mental health condition or disability.  The face shield must have a drape on the bottom 
  5. Respiratory protection 
    1. As supply allows, N 95 filtering face masks will be available for voluntary use to Nurses, health technicians, and/or office staff attending ill or injured students. 
    2. Respiratory protection will be provided according to the Oxnard Union High School District written respiratory protection program in the following situations:  
  6. The physical distancing requirements are not feasible with special education students who cannot wear face coverings due to a medical or mental health condition or disability.  
  7. During procedures for special education students that may aerosolize potentially infectious material such as saliva or respiratory tract fluids. (ie  Nebulizer treatment, Working with a student with a tracheotomy).