Sleep in the same room the family child care operator is in
Sleep or nap in a room with a closed door between children and the operator
Be provided alternate activities if the child chooses not to rest
Sleep on their backs
Be free of grass and other natural ground coverings
Have home use items such as lawn movers, garden tools or fertilizers accessible to the children.
Be kept clean and orderly and free of items that are potentially hazardous to the children
Be free of all plants
Completed monthly and a record of the inspection kept on file.
Be completed and submitted to the Consultant every two weeks
Designed by the family child care home operator based on the individual lay out of the outdoor play area
The car must have a full tank of gas
The children in a vehicle must never be left unattended for no more ten minutes.
Have emergency and identification information about each child in the child’s file at the residence.
Have written permission from a parent to transport his or her child and notify the parent when and where the child is to be transported, and who the transportation provider will be.
Must meet standards for construction, be permitted and inspected annually by a representative from the local health department.
Must use chlorine verses salt
Must be no more than two feet deep.
Used daily for water play when the weather permits
Blocked off by children two years old and younger
Made of concrete or brick
Stored at least five feet off the ground
Stored off the premises
In a bedroom or other space not used by the children
An electrical outlet
An area other than a bathroom that is shielded from view
All of the above
Making eye contact when speaking to a child
Using a harsh tone of voice for behavior modification
Helping children develop problem-solving skills
Facilitating learning through positive reinforcement, encouraging efforts and recognizing accomplishments
From any organization offering a class on accident and injury prevention.
On or before the expiration of the training certificate or every two years, whichever is less.
Only if infants are enrolled.
On or before the expiration of the training certificate or every three years, whichever is less.
Having a space where all children are cared for on the ground level with an exit at grade.
Having a structure that complies with the North Carolina Building Code for family child care homes or has written approval for use of a family child care home by the local building inspector.
Having only two battery-operated smoke detectors.
Having only two five pound 2-A: 10:B: C Type fire extinguisher readily accessible.