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Seasonal Maintenance

Perhaps you were thinking that maintenance would not be a part of the Safety Officer job description, but it is a closely connected issue. The most frequent property claim received at Adventist Risk Management is related to water damage. The most common casualty claim is a slip and fall injury. Both of these typically stem from maintenance issues, such as torn carpeting or a leaky baptismal tank.
 
Many of the risks and hazards you will want to address will be maintenance issues. You will want to work closely with whoever is responsible for the care and upkeep of your church or school. Conducting seasonal maintenance on different parts of your building such as gutters, walkways, and roofing materials will play a big part in understanding and preventing the property and casualty risks that your church maybe facing. 
 
We have prepared a Seasonal Maintenance tool that you can use to plan and track maintenance issues.
 
A maintenance program is a great way of keeping track of when work needs to be done and at what time of year. These Seasonal Maintenance Forms will be helpful as you plan your maintenance and set aside a budget prioritizing the needs of your church. We have built the forms so you can mark progress on these items as you acquire estimates, board approval, funding and to mark when a project is complete. This approach allows you to track the progress of action items and work with your church processes until they are completed.

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