Description: Jay Peak Child Care is a Center Based Child Care and Preschool Program - Non-Recurring - Licensed Provider in VT, with a maximum capacity of 30 children. The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.
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|Type||Create Date||Due Date||Corrected Date||Status|
|Regulation/Restriction: VA8: Furniture, equipment, and climbing structures shall be clean, sturdy, without sharp edges, and present minimal hazards. Bookcases and other shelving units shall not present a tipping or falling hazard.|
|Regulation/Restriction: VO1: The facility's building, grounds and equipment shall be maintained in a clean and orderly fashion and kept in good repair.|
|Regulation/Restriction: VG4: Children shall wash their hands with soap under warm running water: upon arrival, before eating, after using the toilet or having their diaper changed, after handling animals, and after playing outside.|
|Regulation/Restriction: IIIC18: A child's presence in the facility shall always be documented by using a Time In and Time Out procedure for each child in attendance.|
|Regulation/Restriction: VA2: Children in care shall be protected from any and all conditions, which threaten a child's health, safety and well-being. This includes protecting children from stoves, unstable furnishings and equipment, pools, window covering pull cords, telephone and electrical cords, poisonous plants, asbestos, wells, chips and dust from lead paint, traffic, toxic substances, pressure treated wood containing creosote or pentachlorophenol, and other hazards.|
|Regulation/Restriction: IIID5: Each newly hired staff member (even those not employed in direct care) shall have at least three positive written references from people who are not their relatives. These references may be taken over the telephone by representatives of the program from persons who are unrelated to the potential staff person which attest to his/her ability to perform the duties required by the job description. Each reference obtained over the telephone shall be dated and signed by the program's representative and shall include the name and the telephone number of the person who gave the reference.|
|Regulation/Restriction: VA11: Toys for infants and toddlers (or children at those developmental levels) shall be large enough to prevent swallowing or choking. Floors and play areas where infants and toddlers are in care shall be checked daily for small objects such as: wads of paper, push pins, buttons, crayon pieces, coins, small parts of toys, tiny stones, marbles, and balloons.|
|Regulation/Restriction: VB5: Hospital grade germicides which are registered with the EPA as disinfectants or bleach solutions may be used to disinfect surfaces. Surfaces shall be allowed to dry as directed on the product label. Care shall be taken that children and adults do not inhale the disinfectant during spraying. Disinfectant solutions such as diluted bleach shall be mixed fresh daily and dispensed from a spray bottle which is labeled with the name of the product and precautionary safety information.|
|Regulation/Restriction: IIID2: The licensee or designee shall submit a completed Licensing Records Check Form upon employing a person, arranging for the presence of an aide, substitute or other person who will have contact with children in the early childhood program.|
|Regulation/Restriction: IIB5c: Persons between 16 and 18 years of age who assist in the program shall: not be left alone with children.|
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