PHONE (909) 820-7700
FAX (909) 879-8611
182 East Walnut Avenue
Rialto, CA 92376
We are located at the District Office in Building C, Room 4
Lead Risk Management and Transportation Agent
Risk Management/Compliance Officer
Benefits/Insurance Claims Technician
Welcome to Risk Management. We are responsible for ensuring our employees work in a safe and healthy environment. We also ensure our employees good health with our health and welfare benefits. For more information on our benefits please click on our appropriate tab. For information regarding our Worker's Compensation Program please click the corresponding link.
The health and safety of the Rialto Community is our number one priority. Rialto Unified continuously monitors the guidelines and directives released by the Governor's Office, the California Department of Education, the California Department of Public Health and local county health departments and agencies in an effort to comply with all policies and keep everyone's health and safety at the forefront at all times.
For information regarding COVID-19, please click here.
FREE Daily COVID-19 Testing for RUSD Students and Staff - Updated as of October 20, 2022
Please click the link below for more information on COVID-19 testing for RUSD students and staff.COVID-19 testing is available EVERYDAY for all RUSD students and staff according to the updated schedule. Ple
ase take note of changes as they relate to your specific site or location. If you have any questions, please contact Risk Management Services at (909) 820-7700, ext. 2110.Please Note: Last test is administered 20 minutes prior to test ending time (if testing ends at 3:00 pm, the last test would be administered at 2:40 pm)
On August 1, 2022, Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency and issued a proclamation, as part of the State’s ongoing response to the monkeypox outbreak. As of August 4, 2022, there were 1,310 confirmed cases of monkeypox in the state of California. All cases, with the exception of 3, are individuals who are 18 years of age or older. There are 8 known cases in San Bernardino County. The District is aware that our community has concerns about the monkeypox virus and more specifically, how it relates to the safety and wellness of students and staff.
Please see the bulletin below on the monkeypox virus for more information:
Bulletin No RM-23-001 Monkeypox Virus
YOU are important to us! Should you become injured or ill, as a result of your job, we want to ensure you receive prompt quality medical treatment. Our goal is to assist you in making a full recovery and returning to your job as soon as possible. In compliance with California law, we provide workers’ compensation benefits, which includes the payment of all appropriate medical treatment for work-related injuries or illnesses.
Should you experience a work related injury or illness, notify your supervisor or employer representative so you can secure medical care. Please see the forms and information below.