Mighty Tots On Cots Llc - Philadelphia PA Child Care Center

2110 S Broad St , PHILADELPHIA PA 19145
(267) 761-4301

About the Provider

Description: Mighty Tots On Cots Llc is a Child Care Center in PHILADELPHIA PA, with a maximum capacity of 14 children. The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: CER-00167119
  • Capacity: 14
  • State Rating: 1
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • District Office: Early Learning Resource Center for Region 22
  • District Office Phone: (215) 382-4762 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Inspection Date Reason Description Status
2020-09-16 Renewal 3270.32(a)/3270.192(4) - Comply with CPSL/CPSL information Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The facility was not in compliance with the CPSL and with Chapter 3490 (relating to protective services): One facility person's record did not contain the required CPSL hiring documents. (#1- hired 6/11/19- no proof of completed NSOR)

Correction Required: The operator shall comply with the CPSL and with Chapter 3490 (relating to protective services). LACKING REQUIRED HIRING DOCUMENTS; A facility person's record shall include a copy of requests for the criminal history record and child abuse registry clearance information, a copy of the disclosure statement and a copy of the completed clearance information required under the CPSL. Facility Person #1 cannot work in a childcare position at the facility until the required CPSL documents have been obtained, completed and submitted as specified. Submit a copy of the required, completed CPSL clearance documents for the identified staff person. Amend and submit written policies and procedures regarding the CPSL hiring requirements to ensure that all staff persons (new and existing) have the required CPSL clearances documents within the required timeframes in accordance with the CPSL.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Facility Person #1 will not work in a childcare position at the facility until the required CPSL documents have been obtained, completed and submitted as specified. We will submit a copy of the required, completed CPSL clearance documents for the identified staff person. We will amend and submit written policies and procedures regarding the CPSL hiring requirements to ensure that all staff persons (new and existing) have the required CPSL clearances documents within the required timeframes in accordance with the CPSL.
2020-09-16 Renewal 3270.27(b) - Plan reviewed/updated annually Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: There was no written documentation indicating that the emergency plan had been reviewed and updated within the past 12 months.

Correction Required: The operator shall review the emergency plan at least annually and update the plan as needed. The operator shall document in writing each review and update of the emergency plan and kept on file at the facility. Submit a written copy of the updated emergency plan. Ensure that the plan is reviewed and documented in writing annually as specified.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will review and update the emergency plan. A written copy of the updated emergency plan will be submitted. We will ensure that the plan is reviewed and documented in writing annually as specified.
2020-09-16 Renewal 3270.31(e)(4)(ii) - Fire safety - 1 yr. Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: One staff person's record did not contain written verification of annual fire safety training.

Correction Required: Staff persons shall participate, at least annually, in firesafety training conducted by a fire protection professional. Staff persons and volunteers shall receive training in maintenance of smoke detectors, the duties of facility persons during a fire drill and during a fire and the use of the facility's fire extinguishers, not including discharge of the fire suppressant agent. Obtain and submit written verification of annual fire safety training for the identified staff person.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will obtain and submit written verification of annual fire safety training for the identified staff person.
2020-02-19 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.32(a)/3270.192(4) - Comply with CPSL/CPSL information Needs Verification

Noncompliance Area: The facility was not in compliance with the CPSL and with Chapter 3490 (relating to protective services): One staff person's record reviewed did not contain the required CPSL hiring documents. (#1-hired 12/2/19- no proof of requests for STATE POLICE prior to working with children; no proof of request for CHILD ABUSE and NSOR-nothing in record. Documentation submitted on 2/14/20 did not contain written policies and procedures regarding the CPSL hiring requirements to ensure that all staff persons (new and existing) have the required CPSL clearances documents within the required timeframes in accordance with the CPSL. . CONTINUING NON-COMPLIANCE

Correction Required: The operator shall comply with the CPSL and with Chapter 3490 (relating to protective services). LACKING REQUIRED HIRING DOCUMENTS: A facility person's record shall include a copy of requests for the criminal history record and child abuse registry clearance information, a copy of the disclosure statement and a copy of the completed clearance information required under the CPSL. Facility Person #1 may not work in a child care position at the facility until the required CPSL documents (CHILD ABUSE and NSOR) have been obtained and submitted as specified. Submit a copy of the required CPSL clearance documents for the identified staff person. Revise and submit written policies and procedures regarding the CPSL hiring requirements to ensure that all staff persons (new and existing) have the required CPSL clearances documents within the required timeframes in accordance with the CPSL.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will revise and submit written policies and procedures regarding the CPSL hiring requirements to ensure that all staff persons (new and existing) have the required CPSL clearances documents within the required timeframes in accordance with the CPSL.
2020-02-19 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.94(a)/3270.94(b) - Fire drill every 60 days/Written record Needs Verification

Noncompliance Area: There was no written record of fire drills being held at the facility. Documentation submitted on 2/14/20 did not contain a record of completed fire drills

Correction Required: A fire drill shall be held at least every 60 days. Facility persons and children in attendance shall participate in the fire drill. Facility persons and children shall exit the building, weather permitting. A written record shall be kept of the date, the time of day, the hypothetical location of the fire, the evacuation time, the names of facility persons and the number of children participating in the fire drill. Revise and submit written fire drill policies to ensure that fire drills are completed at least every 60 days and recorded in writing as specified in this regulation. Conduct and send a record of all fire drills completed within the next 30 days.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will ensure that fire drill are held at least every 60 days and will keep a record of each fire drill. We will conduct and send a record of all fire drills completed within the next 30 days.
2020-02-19 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.27(c) - Training regarding plan Needs Verification

Noncompliance Area: Several staff person's records did not include written verification of initial emergency plan training. (#1, #2, and #4).Documentation submitted on 2/14/20 did not contain written verification of completed training for staff #2. CONTINUING NON-COMPLIANCE

Correction Required: The operator shall assure that each facility person receives training regarding the emergency plan at the time of initial employment, on an annual basis and at the time of each plan update. The operator shall document the date of each training and the names of all facility persons who received the training and kept on file at the facility. Provide and submit written verification of the completed training for all identified facility persons. Ensure that emergency plan training is completed and documented in writing upon initial employment and annually.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will provide and submit written verification of the completed training for all identified facility persons. We will ensure that emergency plan training is completed and documented in writing upon initial employment and annually.
2020-02-19 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.131(c) - Completed or signed by physician, PA, or CRNP Needs Verification

Noncompliance Area: One child's record did not contain a current up-to-date health report that had been signed by a physician, physician's assistant or a CRNP. (#2) Documentation submitted on 2/14/20 did not contain a current up-to-date health report that had been signed by a physician, physician's assistant or a CRNP. CONTINUING NON-COMPLIANCE

Correction Required: A health report must be written and signed by a physician, physician's assistant or a CRNP. The signature must include the individual's professional title. Obtain and submit a current up-to-date health report that contains the signature and professional title of the physician, physician's assistant or a CRNP. Ensure that all children's records include a properly signed health report as specified in this regulation.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will obtain and submit a current up-to-date health report that contains the signature and professional title of the physician, physician's assistant or a CRNP. We will ensure that all children's records include a properly signed health report as specified in this regulation.
2020-02-19 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.192(5) - Two written references Needs Verification

Noncompliance Area: Several facility person's records did not include two written, nonfamily references from individuals attesting to the person's suitability to serve as a facility person. (#1, #2 and #3). Documentation submitted on 2/14/20 did not contain copies of the required written references as specified. CONTINUING NON-COMPLIANCE

Correction Required: A facility person's record shall include two written, nonfamily references from individuals attesting to the person's suitability to serve as a facility person. Obtain and submit the required written references as specified for the identified staff persons. Ensure that all facility staff records contain written references as specified

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will obtain and submit the required written references as specified for the identified staff persons. We will ensure that all facility staff records contain written references as specified
2019-12-09 Renewal 3270.27(a)(3)/3270.27(a)(4) - Contact when arises/Contact when ended Non Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The facility's emergency plan did not provide for a method for facility persons to contact parents as soon as reasonably possible when an emergency situation arises and for a method for facility persons to inform parents that the emergency has ended and to provide instruction as to how parents can safely be reunited with their children.

Correction Required: The facility shall have an emergency plan that provides for a method for facility persons to contact parents as soon as reasonably possible when an emergency situation arises. The facility shall have an emergency plan that provides for a method for facility persons to inform parents that the emergency has ended and to provide instruction as to how parents can safely be reunited with their children. Revise and submit a copy of the facility emergency plan to include a method for facility persons to contact parents as soon as reasonably possible when an emergency situation arises and a method for facility persons to inform parents that the emergency has ended and to provide instruction as to how parents can safely be reunited with their children.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will revise and submit a copy of the facility emergency plan to include a method for facility persons to contact parents as soon as reasonably possible when an emergency situation arises and a method for facility persons to inform parents that the emergency has ended and to provide instruction as to how parents can safely be reunited with their children.
2019-12-09 Renewal 3270.32(a)/3270.192(4) - Comply with CPSL/CPSL information Non Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The facility was not in compliance with the CPSL and with Chapter 3490 (relating to protective services): One staff person's record reviewed did not contain the required CPSL hiring documents. (#1-hired 12/2/19- no proof of requests for STATE POLICE prior to working with children; no proof of request for CHILD ABUSE and NSOR-nothing in record..

Correction Required: The operator shall comply with the CPSL and with Chapter 3490 (relating to protective services). LACKING REQUIRED HIRING DOCUMENTS: A facility person's record shall include a copy of requests for the criminal history record and child abuse registry clearance information, a copy of the disclosure statement and a copy of the completed clearance information required under the CPSL. Facility Person #1 may not work in a child care position at the facility until the required CPSL documents (CHILD ABUSE and NSOR) have been obtained and submitted as specified. Submit a copy of the required CPSL clearance documents for the identified staff person. Revise and submit written policies and procedures regarding the CPSL hiring requirements to ensure that all staff persons (new and existing) have the required CPSL clearances documents within the required timeframes in accordance with the CPSL.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Facility Person #1 will not work in a child care position at the facility until the required CPSL documents (CHILD ABUSE and NSOR) have been obtained and submitted as specified. We will submit a copy of these completed documents for the identified staff person. We will revise and submit written policies and procedures regarding the CPSL hiring requirements to ensure that all staff persons (new and existing) have the required CPSL clearances documents within the required timeframes in accordance with the CPSL.
2019-12-09 Renewal 3270.36(b)(5)/3270.192(2)(ii) - HS/GED + 2 yrs/Exp, educ., training prior to facility Non Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: One staff person's record did not contain written verification of experience for their assistant group supervisor position. (#2)

Correction Required: An assistant group supervisor shall have a high school diploma or a general educational development certificate and 2 years experience with children. A facility person's record shall include verification of child care experience, education and training prior to service at the facility.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will obtain and submit written verification of experience for the identified staff person.
2019-12-09 Renewal 3270.94(a)/3270.94(b) - Fire drill every 60 days/Written record Non Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: There was no written record of fire drills being held at the facility.

Correction Required: A fire drill shall be held at least every 60 days. Facility persons and children in attendance shall participate in the fire drill. Facility persons and children shall exit the building, weather permitting. A written record shall be kept of the date, the time of day, the hypothetical location of the fire, the evacuation time, the names of facility persons and the number of children participating in the fire drill. Revise and submit written fire drill policies to ensure that fire drills are completed at least every 60 days and recorded in writing as specified in this regulation. Conduct and send a record of all fire drills completed within the next 30 days.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will ensure that fire drill are held at least every 60 days and will keep a record of each fire drill. We will revise and submit written fire drill policies to ensure that fire drills are completed at least every 60 days and recorded in writing as specified in this regulation. We will conduct and send a record of all fire drills completed within the next 30 days.
2019-12-09 Renewal 3270.21 - General Health and Safety Non Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Fire detection system inspected. Operator was not able to activate system or submit written verification from fire alarm company indicating that the fire detection system had been tested within the past year. The one on file was dated 6/3/18.

Correction Required: Conditions at the facility may not pose a threat to the health or safety of the children. Demonstration of compliance with 34 PA Code 403.23 is required.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Operator will temporarily install smoke detectors with a 10 year lithium battery and take a picture of the installation and submit to the rep prior to resuming caring for the children. Operator will also obtain current written verification indicating that the fire detection system is operable and has been tested within the past year.
2019-12-09 Renewal 3270.25(a) - Post the certificate of compliance Non Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: A copy of the 55 PA CODE 3270 regulations was not posted in a conspicuous location used by parents, with instructions for contacting the appropriate regional day care office posted at the same location.

Correction Required: The facility's current certificate of compliance and a copy of the applicable regulations under which the facility is certified shall be posted in a conspicuous location used by parents, with instructions for contacting the appropriate regional day care office posted at the same location. Post a copy of the regulations in a conspicuous location as specified.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will post a copy of the 55 PA CODE 3270 regulations, with instructions for contacting the appropriate regional day care office near the certificate of compliance at the parent information board where it can be easily seen.
2019-12-09 Renewal 3270.27(a)(1) - Shelter Non Compliant - Finalized

Noncompliance Area: The facility's emergency plan did not provide for shelter of children during an emergency including shelter in place at the facility.

Correction Required: The facility shall have an emergency plan that provides for shelter of children during an emergency including shelter in place at the facility and shelter at locations away from the facility premises. Amend the facility emergency plan to include the shelter in place. Submit a written copy of the amended emergency plan.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
We will amend the facility emergency plan to include the shelter in place and submit a written copy of the amended emergency plan.

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