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Emergency Preparation, Administering medication, Preventing and responding to emergencies due to food or an allergic reaction, Understanding building and physical premises safety, incl

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8 hours of Daycare orientation is required for new hires.

An overview of the minimum standards found in this chapter

An overview of your operational policies including discipline and guidance practices, and procedures for the release of children;

An overview of your policy on the prevention, recognition, and reporting of child maltreatment, including:

(A) Factors indicating a child is at risk of abuse or neglect;

(B) Warning signs indicating a child may be a victim of abuse or neglect;

(C) Procedures for reporting child abuse or neglect; and

(D) Community organizations that have training programs available to employees, children, and parents;

(4) An overview of the procedures to follow in handling emergencies, which includes sharing the emergency preparedness plan with all employees. Emergencies may include, but are not limited to, fire, explosion, tornado, toxic fumes, volatile persons, and severe injury or illness of a child or adult;

(5) The location and use of fire extinguishers and first-aid equipment; (continued)
(6) Administering medication, if applicable, including compliance with §746.3803 of this chapter (relating to What authorization must I obtain before administering a medication to a child in my care?)

(7) Preventing and responding to emergencies due to food or an allergic reaction; Medium

(8) Understanding building and physical premises safety, including identification and protection from hazards that can cause bodily injury such as electrical hazards, bodies of water, and vehicular traffic;

(9) Handling, storing, and disposing of hazardous materials including compliance with §746.3425 of this chapter (relating to Must caregivers wear gloves when handling blood or bodily fluids containing blood?);

(10) Precautions in transporting children if your center transports a child whose chronological or developmental age is younger than nine years old

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