Description: We impact our community by nurturing and developing healthy habits in children through supportive staff who assist children in reaching their full potential through experiences and learning in a caring, honest, respectful and responsible atmosphere. Learning together, playing together, becoming part of a family that supports fun, friendship and endless possibilities.
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|Date Cited||Date Abated||Regulation Number||Summary|
|2018-06-19||2020-04-06||3A:52-4.10(b)(1)||Child Abuse Record Information background check procedures|
|When the center applies for a new or renewal license or Certificate of Life/Safety Approval, the sponsor or sponsor representative shall submit to the Department the completed CARI consent forms for all staff members who are or will be working at the center on a regularly scheduled basis. Within two weeks after a new staff member begins working at the center, the sponsor or sponsor representative shall submit to the Department a completed CARI consent form for the new staff member.|
|The sponsor or sponsor representative shall designate individuals with the authority and responsibility to develop and implement written policies and procedures for the operation of the center, including a table of organization that illustrates lines of authority, responsibility and communication.|
|The center shall maintain on file a Staff Records Checklist designated by the Office of Licensing, as specified in N.J.A.C. 3A:52-4.1(b), indicating that the center has obtained documentation of the applicable staff education and experience, as specified in 3A:52-4.6(b) through (d).|
|The director shall meet the following qualification requirements for early childhood programs licensed to serve more than 30 children, the director shall meet the qualification requirements as specified in N.J.A.C 3A:52-4.6(b) for education and experience.|
|For school-age child care programs the program supervisor shall meet the qualification requirements specified in one of the applicable options set forth in N.J.A.C. 3A:52-4.6(d) for education, training, and experience, based on the center's licensed capacity.|
|2018-06-19||2020-03-09||3A:52-5.3(i)(5)(i)||Physical plant requirements for all centers|
|Environmental condition precautions are as follows: at the time of the initial application, any renewal application, relocation of an existing licensed center and, in the discretion of the Office of Licensing, any other time, the applicant or facility operator shall certify in writing that the center provides a potable water supply provided by a public community water system. If the facility is supplied by a public community water system, the applicant or facility operator shall provide documentation of water testing conducted by a laboratory certified by the Department of Environmental Protection for water testing for lead and copper from all faucets and other sources used for drinking water or food preparation and at least 50 percent of all indoor water faucets utilized by the center.|
|2018-06-19||2020-03-09||3A:52-5.3(l)(4)||Physical plant requirements for all centers|
|Emergency procedure requirements are as follows: the center shall conduct two lockdown drills per year and maintain on file a record of each lockdown drill. The center shall ensure that lockdown drills are conducted during each session provided at the center.|
|2018-06-19||2020-03-09||3A:52-5.3(n)(1)||Physical plant requirements for all centers|
|Fire prevention requirements are as follows: the center shall conduct fire drills at least once a month, as specified in the NJUFC. The center shall ensure that fire drills are conducted during each session provided at the center and that one fire drill per year is conducted during nap time, if applicable.|
|2018-06-19||3A:52-5.3(o)(1)||Physical plant requirements for all centers|
|First aid requirements are as follows: at least two staff members who have current certified basic knowledge of first aid principles and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), as defined by a recognized health organization (such as the American Red Cross), shall be in the center at all times when enrolled children are present.|
|2018-06-19||2020-03-09||3A:52-6.8(a)(2)||Parent and community participation|
|The center shall complete and maintain on file for each enrolled child a Children’s Records Checklist, signed by the director, sponsor, or sponsor representative and designated by the Office of Licensing, indicating that the center has obtained documentation of the name(s), home and work address(es), home and work telephone number(s) and signature(s) of the parent(s).|
Orientation training as specified in N.J.A.C. 3A:52-4.8(a) may be included for six of the required hours of staff development specified in N.J.A.C. 3A:52-4.8(c) and (d).
Violation Observed: Ensure newly hired staff receive orientation within the first 2 weeks and all staff receive orientation annually.
The center shall ensure that all staff members who work at the center complete 12 hours of continuing staff development each year.
Violation Observed: Ensure staff complete 12 hours in training and credentialed staff complete 20 hours of training annually.
|2018-06-19||2019-09-16||3A:52-7.6(b)(1)||Injury to a child while in the center's care|
The center shall maintain on file a written record of each incident resulting in an injury as specified in N.J.A.C. 3A:52-7.6(a). These records shall include the following: the name of the injured child.
Violation Observed: Provide an accident report.
|2018-06-19||2019-09-16||3A:52-7.9(a)(1)(i)||Illness log for early childhood programs|
For early childhood programs, the following shall apply: the center shall maintain on file a log of the initial illnesses, symptoms of illness, or diseases that are exhibited by each child while in the center’s care, as specified in N.J.A.C. 3A:52-7.1(c) and (d). This illness log shall include the child's name.
Violation Observed: Provide an illness log.
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