Health and Safety
Supervision
Forms and Processes
Forms and Processes
Miscellaneous
100

Requirement for all staff who participate in snack preparation.

What is Safe Food Handler's certification?

100

A child may be released to.

What is the parent/guardian and authorized pick ups?

100

Form(s) needed for a child with lactose intolerance or non-anaphylactic allergies.

What is the Allergy and Dietary Restrictions Form?

100

Form(s) to track child presence in program.

What is daily attendance, wellness checks, and roster checks.

100

The foundation(s) of our provincial, pedagogical guidance document.

What is Belonging, Engagement, Expression, Well-Being?

200

Frequency of fire drills during Summer Camp and why.

What is weekly due to roster changes?

200

The ratio(s) we may recognize as school age childcare providers.

What is 1:13 for Kindergarten, 1:15 for Primary/Junior School Age, and 1:20 for Junior School Age?

200

Form(s) needed for a child with asthma.

What is an individualized Plan for a Child with Medical Need and an Authorization for the Administering of Medication?

200

Checklist(s) for safety and cleanliness.

What is the Daily Safety Checklist and Cleaning and Disinfecting Log?

200

Daily writings to support planning activities for next days and week.

What are observations?

300

Emergency and crisis supports within the program environment.

What are emergency numbers list, fire evacuation procedures, Quicklists, policies, cell phone for emergency calls, walkie talkies, and the first aid kit?

300

When to perform roster checks/head counts.

What is formal roster checks during times of transition between spaces (buses, indoor to outdoor, program room to gym, etc.)at minimum, and headcounts regularly during program.

300

Process to follow when having recurring challenges and incidents with a child who has an Individualized Support Plan.

What is reviewing the ISP to ensure all strategies are being followed, asking for clarification if you do not understand a supportive measure, connecting with your co-educator and co-ordinator for support, documenting all incidents so we can present a clear picture for All Kids Belong and begin to track any patterns in behaviour.

300

Scenario:
A child discloses that there was domestic violence observed between his Dad and his older brother. But he tells you it's okay because his Mom knew about it and he wasn't going back there.
You should:

What is document on a Suspicion of Child Abuse Form, call on-call, call Family and Children's Services.

300

Ways that you can include children in creating the program environment and program exploration.

What is asking them questions, quoting their words, allowing them to write on the forms, base planning off of their conversations and actions, value their input within the space and include them in operations/planning.

400

Acronym (including the words for each letter) representing possible symptoms of anaphylaxis.

What is FAST. Face (itchiness, redness, swelling of face and tongue), Airway (trouble breathing, swallowing, or speaking, coughing), Stomach (stomach pain, vomiting, diarrhea), Total Body (rash, itchiness, swelling, weakness, paleness, loss of consciousness)?
Anaphylaxis can also cause dizziness, hives, increased heartrate, tightness in throat, etc.

400

Things that should happen before a child is released from care.

What is sign out recorded by staff, any accident/incident reports gathered for signing, any meds retrieved and returned to families, staff prepared with a few words about their day, ID of parent/guardian checked and compared to Quick List until staff are familiar with caregivers.

400

Steps to be taken if a child is struggling with transitions.

What is providing transition warnings and count downs, communicate with family to see if there are any changes, collaborate with other staff to see what they are noticing, visual schedules, timers, begin tracking behaviour through supplemental logs, buddies during transitions, involve your coordinator for support, offer sensory experiences for grounding or decompression etc.

400

Forms for injuries and incidents and their purpose.

What is accident report for injury documentation, incident report for behaviour related incident documentation, supplemental logs for the documentation of behavioural disruptions which do not require parent signature.

400

Rules for water play and sensory bins.

What is water tables are filled with fresh water and sanitized after each use, sensory bins cleaned and sanitized weekly, if materials cannot be cleaned they must be disposed of at the end of the program week.

500

Steps to take when a child sustains a head injury during program.(7)

What is administer first aid as required, utilize concussion checks and reference concussion symptoms in daily binder, notify parents/guardians, notify on-call, re-assess as needed. If medical attention is required, follow protocols for child pick up or dispatching an ambulance?

500

Supervision strategies and supports to use within the program.

What is shoulder to shoulder communication, distributing staff within the space, doorways in view, not having back to children, verbal communication of staff leaving/entering space or providing one to one supervision, roster checks, attendance, visual reminder of the number of children present, walkie talkies, playing with the children, buddy system, establishing expectations that children ask permission before exiting spaces.

500

What to do in an emergency evacuation (e.g. fire).

What is the Educator who becomes aware notifies all other Educators of the emergency, if outdoors everyone proceeds to evacuation site and communicates to other educators. Educators who are indoors must remain calm, gather children/attendance record/emergency contact information/medications/program phone. Perform headcount and exit building- if possible, bring outdoor clothing if needed. Escort children to the assigned meeting place, perform another headcount and attendance. Wait for further instructions.
For a fire, the fire station pull will need to be used and all fire procedures followed.

500

Forms for individualized plans and allergies (all).

Individualized Support Plan, Allergy and Dietary Restrictions form, Authorization for the Administering of Medication, Individualized Plan for a Child with Medical Need, Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan, sign offs for any individualized plan.

500

Types of serious occurences.

What is death of child while receiving childcare at a childcare centre- abuse,neglect or allegation of abuse or neglect of a child while receiving childcare at a childcare centre- life threatening injury or illness to a child who receives childcare at a childcare centre- missing child or temporarily unsupervised- unplanned disruption of the normal operation of the childcare centre that poses a risk to the health, safety, or well-being of children.

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