The School Environmental Health & Safety Program will complete routine inspections in all public, private, and parochial facilities used for the purpose of K-12 school instruction in Benton and Franklin counties.

Our team of Environmental Health Specialists will conduct on-site reviews and inspections of school facilities to verify compliance with the state health and safety regulations described in the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) Chapter 246-366.

The goal of these inspections is to promote a safe and healthy learning environment and reduce the risks associated with inadequate ventilation, improper chemical storage, poor indoor air quality, and other environmental hazards.

The checklists below are intended for school administration and staff to use between routine inspections as a self-evaluation and make corrections, as necessary.