In this research, the perceptions of school administrators about health and safety risks at schools were investigated, and it was also examined whether these perceptions differed in relation to such variables as age, gender, education level and work experience or not. In the research, general survey model was used. The universe of the research consists of all the school administrators employed at pre-schools, primary, middle and high schools that are affiliated to Ministry of Education in Çankırı. In total 82 administrators took part in the study through simple sampling. The obtained data were processed and analyzed using. A scale developed by the researcher was used to collect data, and the internal consistency Cronbach Alpha coefficients of the scale were measured to ensure reliability of the data. Frequency counting and percentage calculations were made to analyze personal information of the sample. The 37 questions were asked to determine the perceptions For the purpose of exploring the different ideas among the group, independent group t-test and ANOVA test were used and the results were evaluated. At the end of the research, it was found that the perceptions of school administrators about health and safety risks at schools did not differ in relation to variables.
School Safety, School Health, Manager