National Safe School Accreditation

A mark of excellence that is awarded - an independent, third-party accreditation body, when a School proves that it continuously maintains high standards of health & safety while providing their educational and other services. National Safe School Award Accreditation is based on Safe School Standard: SS10000, which is a voluntary health & safety accreditation for Schools, Colleges, Universities and Other Education & Training Institutions (School). The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (commonly abbreviated as the CRC, CROC, or UNCRC) is a human rights treaty which sets out the civil, political, economic, social, health and cultural rights of student. The Convention defines a child as any human being under the age of eighteen, unless the age of majority is attained earlier under national legislation. This accreditation endeavours to support all those who are concerned about the Right of the Child. This accreditation intends to build necessary effectiveness for Health & Safety Management in the face of changing needs of the society, parents, schools and students in a planned manner. Wherein a system approach made of interrelated elements fosters a culture of reflection and continuous improvement.

“National Safe School Award” accreditation means that a school meets the standards for:

  1. Framework;
  2. Governance;
  3. Space, Infrastructure & Environment;
  4. Planning & Policy Deployment;
  5. Financing and;
  6. Human Resources.?

“National Safe School Award” accreditation means that a school follows the best code of practice for:

  1.  Policies  
  2.  Architectural Design – Indoor & Outdoor  
  3. Access Control & Security
  4. Equipment
  5. Staff
  6. Safety
  7. Hygiene
  8. Maintenance
  9. Administration

Why “National Safe School Award” Accreditation

  1. Understand your present reality with respect to the school safety
  2. Receive full technical support from approved Solution Partners to implement the Safe School Standard SS 1000 in your school
  3. Assure all stakeholders about safety standard adopted by the school.
  4. Plan-Do-Check-Act with regards to the best practices and legal compliance
  5. Promote a safe & positive environment in school, conducive for learning & development, in partnership with the stakeholders
  6. Get recognized in the society for your school’s achievement to promote and manage safety
  7. Promote you school as a Centre of School Excellence
  8. Improve your safety culture, reduce accidents/incidents and make your defence against potential claims stronger?
  9. Protect your School name and brand image