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- Healthy Schools Act text, PDF (259 kb)
Text from the California Business and Professions Code, Education Code, Food & Agricultural Code, and Health & Safety Code related to the Healthy Schools Act.
- Healthy Schools Act Requirements in English, PDF (134 kb) or En Español, PDF (125 kb) (from the School Administrators page)
- Table of Healthy Schools Act Responsibilities, PDF (237 kb) – For public K - 12 schools, licensed child care centers, and pest control or landscaping businesses that apply pesticides at schools or child care centers.
- Antimicrobials Flowchart, PDF (2.2 mb)
- Pesticide products prohibited from use in schools and child care centers English, PDF (51 kb) or En Español, PDF (55 kb)
- Webinar: Healthy Schools Act Updates
The School and Child Care IPM Team presented a Webinar explaining the new amendments to the Healthy Schools Act. If you were unable to attend or want to hear the information again, watch the recording of the Webinar. It includes both the PowerPoint presentation and the narration.
- If you watched the webinar and you still have questions about the new Healthy Schools Act requirements, check out the HSA Webinar Questions and Answers, PDF (278 kb).
- For School Districts and Child Care Centers, Healthy Schools Act Amendments fact sheet, PDF (195 kb)
On January 1, 2015, new amendments to the HSA went into effect. Schoolsites (K-12 schools and licensed child care centers) applying certain pesticides are required to complete an IPM Plan, report pesticide use at least annually to DPR, and, starting on July 1, 2016, complete IPM training.
- For Pest Management Professionals, Healthy Schools Act Amendments fact sheet, PDF (275 kb)
New amendments to the Healthy Schools Act that affect pest management professionals (PMPs) were recently passed. Starting July 1, 2016 a PMP must complete a DPR-approved school IPM training course before applying any pesticides at a school or licensed child care center.
- HSA Exempt Products Flowchart, PDF (271 kb) - The Healthy Schools Act exempts some products because they are reduced risk or used for health and safety purposes. Use this flow chart to help determine if you're using a lower risk product!
- The Healthy Schools Act Fact Sheet, PDF (1.9 mb) – for public K-12 schools that apply pesticides. This will help you better understand the Healthy Schools Act!
California Healthy Schools Act Compliance video
This entertaining, short video contains practical and up-to-date information needed to comply with the California Healthy Schools Act.