Description: Bravo Take 5 is a Out of School Time in El Dorado AR, with a maximum capacity of 166 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of School Age; . The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.
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|2021-12-21||Facility Visit||1200.1201.7.b.Fire and tornado drills shall be practiced as follows:Fire and tornado drills shall be practiced on separate days and at different times of the day;
1200.1201.9.a.The OST Facility shall maintain an evacuation pack that shall be taken on all drills and during actual emergency evacuations. The pack shall be easily accessible in an emergency and all staff shall know the location of the pack. The evacuation pack shall include, but is not limited to the following:List of emergency numbers;
300.304.2.e.Staff members in an Out-of-School Time (OST) Facility shall be age eighteen (18) years or older. Exceptions may be allowed for individuals sixteen (16) or seventeen (17) years of age to work in an OST Facility if they meet all of the following criteria:The individual shall be a high school graduate, have a General Education Diploma (GED) or be enrolled in a high school or GED curriculum.
300.307.4.a.All new staff, including volunteers who are counted in the ratios, shall receive the following orientation within three (3) months of employment (and every three (3) years thereafter) and shall not be left alone with children until this is completed.Introduction (eight (8) clock hours): Proper supervision of participants Behavioral guidance practices Shaken baby syndrome; which includes prevention (Carters Law, Act 1208) Emergency procedures in the event of severe weather, or fire, including evacuation procedures and routes, and location and use of fire extinguishers Mandated reporter training Administering medication Caring for participants with special needs or care plans. Transportation and car seat safety Policies regarding release of participants to authorized individuals Prevention and control of infectious diseases Building and physical premises safety, including the identification of, and protection from, hazards, bodies of water, and vehicular traffic Nutrition and physical activities Prevention and response to food sensitivities and allergic reactions Basic child development The handling and storage of hazardous materials and the appropriate disposal of bio-contaminants See Division Website for a list of courses that The Division maintains contracts for which meet the above requirements.
600.603.1.g.Staff records may be maintained off site, unless otherwise noted, and shall contain the following:Initiation of Criminal Record Checks and Central Registry Checks and the results obtained when received;
600.604.1.l.The Out-of-School Time (OST) Program shall maintain a record for each participant in care which shall be on site. Records for participants no longer enrolled may be maintained off site. Participants records shall contain the following information:An authorized record of up-to-date immunizations or documentation of a religious, medical, or philosophical exemption from the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH).
|2021-07-06||Facility Visit||300.307.3.All new staff members who provide direct care to children shall receive a basic orientation to facility management policies, center schedules, The Minimum Licensing Standards, and emergency procedures prior to providing care. This shall be documented in the employee file.
300.307.5.a.The director, assistant director or site supervisor, and fifty percent (50%) of the facility staff that are on site at any given time shall have a certificate of successful completion of first aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) from an approved organization.The curriculum shall conform with current American Heart Association or American Red Cross guidelines;
|2021-04-21||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2020-12-16||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2019-12-20||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2019-06-26||Facility Visit||1200.1201.6.a.Fire and tornado drills shall be practiced as follows:Monthly
1300.1301.10.Rosters listing the date, the names and ages/dates of birth of all participants being transported as well as the name of the driver and any other staff member on the vehicle shall be maintained. These rosters shall be used to check participants on and off the vehicle when they are picked up and dropped off at home, school, etc. and when they arrive at and leave the facility. Transportation rosters shall be kept by the facility and available for review for one year.
1300.1301.3.d.Staff transporting participants shall meet the following requirements:At least one adult on the vehicle shall be certified in CPR and First Aid.
300.301.1.A Licensee shall not have more participants in care at any one time than the maximum specified on the license.
|2019-04-22||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2018-12-12||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2018-04-25||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
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