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Interim Provisions on Safety Education and Management of Students in General Institutions of Higher Learning

2019-01-21 1880

Chapter I  General
       Article 1  In order to strengthen the management of higher education, maintain normal teaching and living order, protect the safety of students' personal and financial assets, and promote the development of physical and mental health, this provisional provision is formulated.
       Article 2  The main tasks of student safety education and management in colleges and universities are to publicize and implement the national guidelines, policies, laws and regulations on safety management, implement safety education and management for students, properly handle various safety accidents, and guide students to grow up healthily.
       Article 3  The safety education and management of students in higher education institutions shall be based on prevention, and in the principle of protecting students, educating first, defining responsibilities, combining education and management, seeking truth from facts, and properly handling them, and do a good job in education and management.
       Article 4  The term "student" as used in the Interim Regulations refers to a full-time student who has obtained a student's status at an ordinary higher education institution, that is, a student who is enrolled in accordance with the state's tasks, the employer's entrusted training, and at his own expense.

Chapter II  Safety Education
       Article 5  Institutions of higher learning should take safety education for students as a regular task, include in the important agenda of school work, and strengthen leadership. All departments of the school and relevant mass organizations or organizations must cooperate with each other, actively carry out safety education, popularize safety knowledge, enhance students' safety awareness and legal concepts, and improve their prevention capabilities.
       Article 6  Student safety education shall be based on the characteristics of different majors and young students, from the entrance of students to graduation, in all kinds of teaching activities and daily life, especially before the holidays, and be good at using the safety accidents to educate students. Suffering from it.
       Schools should conduct education on anti-theft, fire prevention, special prevention, disease prevention, and accident prevention according to the environment, seasons and relevant regulations, and make them regularized and institutionalized.
       Article 7  In order to carry out safety education for students, higher education must focus on psychological counseling, strengthen ideological and political work, educate students to pay attention to maintaining a healthy psychological state, help students overcome psychological obstacles caused by various reasons, and eliminate accidents in the bud.

Chapter III  Safety Management
       Article 8  Institutions of higher learning shall do a good job in the daily safety management of students, strengthen safety precautions, establish and improve rules and regulations, and strictly manage them. Schools should incorporate safety education and management into their responsibility for leadership and implementation, and implement them at the grade level and class teacher. The school should be primarily responsible for the leadership of a school.
       Article 9  Institutions of higher learning shall establish the competent departments for student safety education and management, clarify their responsibilities, and organize the implementation of safety education and its management. All relevant departments should work together and cooperate actively.
       Article 10  All faculty and staff must proceed from caring for students and caring for students, establish safety ideas, work hard to do their jobs and improve the environment and conditions, and protect the safety of students' personal and property.
       Article 11  When a student has an accident and the student requests protection of personal or property safety, the school shall promptly take effective measures.
       Article 12  Students must strictly abide by national laws and regulations and the school's rules and regulations, pay attention to their personal and property safety, and prevent various accidents.
       Article 13  In daily teaching and various activities, students shall abide by discipline and relevant regulations, obey instructions and obey management; in public places, they must abide by social morality, enhance safety awareness and improve self-protection ability.
       Article 14  Students' organization of extracurricular activities shall be subject to the school's consent and subject to the school's regulations. Schools must conduct security reviews carefully and may not approve them when conditions are not available.
       Article 15  Students shall strictly abide by the regulations on dormitory management, consciously maintain the safety and health of the dormitory and improve their self-management ability.
       Article 16  If criminal or public security cases or traffic or disasters are discovered, the students present shall protect the scene and report to the school or public security department in time for assistance. Within the school, schools should take prompt measures to control developments and mitigate injuries and losses.

Chapter IV  Accident Handling
       Article 17  After the general injury occurs to the student's person and property, the school promptly investigates and handles it, and according to the fault of the party or other person, orders it to compensate for the loss, and gives criticism and education or corresponding administrative and disciplinary action. On campus, after a student’s abnormal death, serious injury or theft, fire, etc., the school should quickly take measures to rescue and protect the scene, while strengthening ideological and political work, stabilizing mood, restoring order, and coordinating the place. The relevant departments will handle them properly.
       Article 18  If a school considers that it is involved in criminal responsibility after an accident investigation, it shall promptly contact the public security department to assist in investigation and handling. In the event of a major accident, the relevant leaders of the school should personally participate in the investigation, and carefully study the investigation report and deal with it in a timely manner.
       Article 19  In the process of safety management or accident handling, the school considers it necessary to search the residence of students and must report it to the public security department for legal action. The investigation and handling of cases shall be based on facts and shall not be forced or tempted.
       Article 20  After a major accident occurs, the school shall report to the relevant competent department of the province, municipality directly under the Central Government or autonomous region within one day. And inform the parents in time. The relevant competent department shall report in writing within one week after the completion of the accident.
       Article 21  In the course of teaching, internship and daily life, students are responsible for death, serious injury or disability due to the responsibility of the school or the unit. The school or the relevant unit shall take responsibility and handle the work and aftercare. In teaching, internships and daily life, students are not liable for accidents due to non-compliance or non-compliance.
       Article 22  Due to neglect of safe production and poor management; irresponsible work, illegal command; negligent duties, malpractices, etc., causing serious personal or property damage to students, by their unit or superior department, depending on the specific situation The responsible persons shall be instructed to inspect, compensate for losses, and impose administrative sanctions until they are investigated for criminal responsibility according to law.
       Article 23  If a student leaves the school without authorization and does not return to an accident, the school shall not be liable. For students who do not return to school without authorization, and the school does not know where he or she is, the school should promptly search for and report to the local public security department, and notify the parents in time. If the student does not return for half a month and does not explain the reasons, the school can announce the student's disciplinary violation and delist him or her.
       Article 24  If an accident occurs during a student's vacation or after he or she leaving the school, the school shall not be responsible for it.
       Article 25  In the normal activities of the school and the activities organized by the school outside the school, accidents caused by unavoidable causes or natural disasters, shall be handled by the school as the case may be.
       Article 26  A qualified institution of higher learning may apply for personal insurance for students.
       Article 27  Students who have been diagnosed as mental illness or epilepsy patients in a professional hospital designated by the school shall be withdrawn from school and their guardians shall be responsible for their collection. The students and their guardians shall not be unreasonably entangled and disturb the school's teaching and living order.
       Article 28 If students who have been disabled due to accidents are stable in treatment and the school believes that they can take care of themselves, they can stay in school to continue their studies. Those who cannot adhere to school should withdraw from school. The actual length of study is issued to the professional certificate, and appropriate financial assistance is given at one time according to the nature of the accident and the degree of disability. The student who has dropped out of school will return to the place where his guardian is located, and the local labor department shall be resettled according to the relevant provisions of the State on labor and employment for the disabled.  
       Article 29  If a student dies due to illness and the accident is not borne by the school, the school does not bear the funeral expenses. If the family does have difficulties, the school may, at its discretion, give a one-time economic subsidy.
       Article 30  If the student who is not responsible for his accidental death is treated by the school or the relevant unit in accordance with the relevant provisions of the State on the death and funeral of the employee, and the burden of funeral expenses is paid, the school may grant appropriate financial assistance at one time. The economic assistance given in any case (accident) generally does not exceed the average scholarship for the student's school period (in four years).
       If the responsibility for the accident is borne by other units or individuals other than the school, the school will no longer provide financial assistance.
       Article 31 Students who are disabled or heroically sacrificed for their protection of state property and the personal safety of others shall be reported to the people's government of their province, autonomous region or municipality directly under the Central Government for the honorary title and corresponding treatment.
       Article 32 Anyone who disagrees with the handling of an accident or holds a dissent may appeal to the school or the higher level department of the school or file a civil lawsuit with the people's court according to law.

Chapter V   Supplementary Provisions
       Article 33 The handling of postgraduate accidents in ordinary institutions of higher learning shall be implemented with reference to these Measures.
       Article 34 This Interim Provisions shall be tested in conjunction with the Provisions on the Administration of Students in Colleges and Universities and the Several Provisions on the Management of Campus Order in Colleges and Universities.
       Article 35 The administrative departments of education and the institutions of higher learning of the provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the Central Government may formulate implementation rules in accordance with the provisional provisions.
       Article 36 This provisional provision shall be interpreted by the National Board of Education.
       Article 37 本This provisional provision shall be tried and implemented as of the date of promulgation.

National Board of Education
April 15, 1992