At Ryan International Group of Institutions, we consider Health Safety and Child Protection (HSCP) as an innate school culture developed through an iterative process of risk assessment, risk mitigation, evaluation of control measures, and periodic review. It is a constantly evolving process based on honest feedback and timely corrective action measures. Our teams are guided by the Local/State/National mandate on school safety and by the best practices followed across the education sector.
The HSCP culture at Ryan Group heavily hinges on top leadership owning responsibility, effective working of School safety committees, competence creation, role-based clear accountability, safe recruitment, and, above all, a shared vision of keeping the child’s wellbeing at the center, all the time. The implementation has hinged around proactively supporting the schools with world-class training, regular review meetings, and periodic audits against global standards on school safety.
Campus Safety policy and process ensure safety at work for every individual on the school premises. It is achieved through safe building structure, safe electrical installations, continuous CCTV surveillance, physical perimeter safety, and adherence to strict visitor management policy. Our schools are equipped with all essential Fire fighting facilities based on a detailed risk assessment of the school that meets all regulatory norms. This is backed by periodic training and mock drills to evaluate readiness to handle emergencies.
Our schools are well-equipped with a First Aid Centre (Infirmary) manned by a qualified nurse on duty to meet any medical emergency. In addition, regular sensitization on health and hygiene-related issues has helped maintain the well-being of our learners. We have a well-trained squad of first aiders who can handle cases in a routine school environment.
Safety of our young learners whilst using School transport remains a key focus area of our schools, supported by a vigilant mechanism monitoring compliance to all mandatory safety requirements and best practices. Well-trained and professionally competent bus staff serve as a safety net whilst the bus is ferrying our learners.
We have always been guided by the maxim that "Prevention is better than Cure". For us, there is nothing more important than the safety and well-being of our learners. Accordingly, we have taken arduous efforts to prepare and make our campus safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are not fearful, but being careful. We conﬁdently welcome our young learners back to school and experience the joy of learning in a safe environment.
We are not fearful, but being careful. We conﬁdently welcome our young learners to join back at school and experience the Joy of Learning.
The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is trained in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, team organization, and disaster medical operations.
• Trained Staff
• Isolation Room
• Hygiene & Sanitation Protocols
The safety of our young learners is our main focus. Our school takes all the necessary precautions in order to prevent anything untoward from happening in the case of an emergency, like a fire. We have the following measures in place:
• Trained fire wardens in School
• Fire Extinguishers & Fire Fighting Equipments
• Periodic Electrical & Fire audits
• Fire Evacuation Plans
• Fire evacuation drills are conducted twice a year
Cybersafety is the safe and responsible use of information and communication technologies, such as the internet, social media, online games, smartphones, tablets, and other connected devices. Our Cybersafety protocols provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to stay safe in online environments.
• Online class-safety protocols
• Sensitisation of risks of Social Media
• Cyber Safety practices orientation
• Health risks due to screen time