What 3 things should every daycare have?
- Health & safety supplies.
- Cleaning supplies.
- Furniture & equipment.
- Play materials.
- Daycare technology.
- Health & Safety Supplies.
What are the most common hazards in a childcare environment?
- lifting, carrying and moving children and objects.
- working at low levels (on the floor or children’s furniture)
- slips, trips and falls, for example on the floor or children’s furniture.
- standing on chairs and tables to put artwork up.
- communicable diseases.
What are some examples of safety concerns for early childhood setting?
- Falling Objects. Kids are curious and sometimes rambunctious.
- Choking. Food and small objects present a choking hazard for children, especially infants and toddlers.
- Old Playground Equipment.
- Inadequate Supervision.
- Poorly Trained Staff.
- Unsanitary Environment.
What are the four steps for assessing risk in childcare?
- Risk Analysis.
- Risk Evaluation.
- Risk Communication.