Who's Who
Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
Staff Safety
Child Abuse Prevention
Incident Reports

100

Who is your branch’s Safety Committee Chair Person?
Branch-Specific (Introduce Yourself!)

100

Where is your branch’s designated evacuation meeting area?
Branch-Specific

100

If you have an exposure to blood or bodily fluids (through an open, unprotected wound, piercing, or bodily opening) how long do you have to report to the ER for care?
2 Hours

100

How often are you required to take the online Child Abuse Prevention Training?
Annually

100

How soon after an incident should you fill out an incident report and turn it in to your Supervisor?
ASAP, but no later than by the end of your shift

200

Who is your department’s Safety Committee Representative?
Department-Specific (Introduce Your Safety Committee!)

200

In an emergency, who should communicate with members/media/public? Who should not?
a. CEO, Branch Exec., Director of Marketing, Director of Risk Management b. Any other staff member/volunteer/etc.

200

What is the single most important piece of personal protective equipment you should ALWAYS wear when giving care?
Gloves

200

If you suspect child abuse or see evidence of child abuse, what is your first step?
Tell your supervisor; fill out an incident report

200

If there is a field of the incident report sheet that is not applicable to your incident, should you leave it blank? Why or why not?
No; fill in every field, using N/A where necessary

300

Who is your branch’s Vehicle Point Person?
Branch-Specific (Introduce Yourself!)

300

What is the purpose of a lockdown and what are two key components?
a. To keep imminent threats out of the building b. Lock and block all windows and doors; Turn off lights

300

What is the purpose of Safety Week?
To allow staff to practice their skills in a controlled environment and receive coaching for improvement.

300

If a child tells you an abuse had occurred or you see significant evidence of abuse, what should you do?
Tell your supervisor; fill out a CPS report

300

“Location Incident or injury occurred” means what?
Where in the facility, on the property, or where off-site the incident occurred

400

Who is your branch’s Child Abuse Prevention Coordinator (Puzzlemaster)?
Branch-Specific (Introduce Yourself!)

400

In the event of a bomb threat or threat of violence via the telephone, what two things are critical?
Have another staff call 911; keep the caller on the line and talking using prompt questions in your ERP

400

If you injure yourself on the job, what should you do?
Tell your supervisor, fill out an incident report, fax it immediately to HR and Risk Management

400

Adults who are sharing secrets with children, giving them small presents or privileges, and spending extra time with them are doing what?
Grooming

400

For a serious incident, how long should it take for Risk Management to receive the incident report? How long for minor incidents?
a. Within 24 hours by fax or scan b. Within 1 week

500

Who are two people you can speak to regarding staff safety concerns?
Your Direct Supervisor, Safety Committee Chair, Associate Executive, Executive, Risk Management Director, etc.

500

During a Code Adam (Missing Child Procedure), how long should staff search for the missing child before calling 911?
No more than 5 minutes

500

Even if you wear gloves, what should you do after giving care?
Wash your hands and all exposed skin thoroughly with soap and hot water, or use a generous amount of anti-bacterial hand sanitizer

500

What is the role of the Child Abuse Prevention Coordinator (Puzzlemaster) in our Child Abuse Prevention policy?
To track incidents with children, parents, and staff and look for patterns of behavior and red flags that might point towards a child being abused, a parent being an abuser, or a staff member grooming or abusing children.

500

When should you fill out the “Follow-Up” section?
Any time a follow-up call is made, a member shares any additional information after the fact, or anytime the incident results in a work order, policy change, or meeting (whether among staff or between staff and participants)