c) Toxic plants are not allowed in a child care room. In good weather, the children came out of the doors every day. This section, which is in 4 Pa. Code 7a.1 (in terms of definitions) is cited; 4 Pa. code 7a.11 (in terms of definitions); 34 Pa. Code 403.22 (regarding health facilities); 55 Pa. Code 168.2 (in terms of definitions); 55 Pa. Code 3041.13 (with respect to parental choice); 55 Pa. Code 3041.16 (regarding subsidy restrictions); 55 Pa. code 3680.1 (applicable); and 55 Pa.
Code 3800.3 (with respect to exceptions). c) Appropriate forms for compliance verification are kept in the registration application. (5) Information on the specific needs of the child, as indicated by parents, doctors, medical assistants or the NPR, is needed in an emergency. 3. A child in the care of the facility is left unattended in the facility when the facility is closed. i) The upper level of bunk beds should not be used for children as young as 8 years old. (f) children`s toys and equipment, including furniture and residual equipment that the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission describes as hazardous, should not be used by children in the facility. E.V.
toys and objects less than 1 inch in diameter, objects with removable parts less than 1 inch in diameter, plastic bags and Styrofoam objects may not be accessible to children who still put objects in their mouths. (5) Physicians or NRCs assess those who are fit for custody of the children. (c) within 48 hours, the operator or designated person of the SPC responsible for reviewing the report will provide a written report on suspected child abuse. (6) Health insurance and child insurance number as part of a family policy or, if applicable, medical assistance (MA). Hot water pipes and other heat sources over 110 degrees Fahrenheit accessible to children must be equipped with protective devices or insulated to avoid direct contact. c) children cannot be denied food for disciplinary reasons. Before, during and after admission, an operator or facility must not discriminate when serving a child with a disease that is not transmitted by casual contact. (c) a corporation or a representative of the corporation participates in orientation training offered by the Department in the twelve months prior to the issuance of a registration certificate. The orientation does not include the biennial minimum of 12 hours of child care training provided by Articles 3290.31 (f) (with regard to age and training). (d) prior to sole custody of children for more than three children who are not related to the operator, the corporation requests a registration certificate and is issued a registration certificate.
Early care and education professionals should have an asthma action plan for every child or staff member with asthma. The Asthma Action Plan provides instructions from the doctor on what to do if the child has an asthma episode.