Description: American Martial Arts is a fun, friendly place for the entire family to come and have a good workout. If you are not apart of our TaeKwonDo family, then come join us today!!!!
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|2018-04-10||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2017-06-29||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2017-06-08||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2017-04-18||Facility Visit||1300.1301.13.Any vehicles designed or used to transport more than seven (7) passengers and one (1) driver must have approved child safety alarm devices installed. These devices must be properly maintained in working order at all times. Vehicles in service at licensed facilities prior to July 1, 2005, shall have the alarm installed by a qualified technician or mechanic no later than December 31, 2005. On or after July 1, 2005, all vehicles at newly licensed facilities and newly acquired vehicles at existing facilities shall have a child safety alarm installed before placing the vehicle in service. The Child Care Licensing Unit shall maintain a list of approved alarm systems. Clarification ? The alarm system shall be installed so that the driver must walk to the very back of the vehicle to reach the switch that deactivates the alarm. Alarm switches installed in locations that do not require the driver to walk to the back of the vehicle and view all seating areas will not be acceptable. ? The alarm system may be installed by any certified technician or mechanic employed by a recognized electronics or automotive business in accordance with the devices manufacturers recommendations. ? The time delay from activation of the alarm until the alarm sounds shall be no longer than one minute. Any of the following three options are acceptable to meet the intent of Act 1979 when participants are being delivered at the facility. Other options must be approved by the Licensing Unit. Options 1. Unload all of the participants, walk through the vehicle to ensure that no participants remain on board and deactivate the alarm. (This option will only work if you are able to unload all participants in less than one minute.) 2. Upon arrival, have one staff member immediately walk through the vehicle to deactivate the alarm system. That staff member will remain near the alarm switch at the back of the vehicle until all participants have been unloaded to e
|2016-12-14||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2016-05-25||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
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