Health and Safety: The First Line of Defense

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Overview

Teachers study tools to implement safe and healthy practices, both inside and outside their classroom. Disease risks, hand washing procedures, sanitation, and supervision measures are also discussed. A brief review of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Shaken Baby, and Child Abuse and Neglect issues are included.

Course Information The importance of a safe and healthy environment for children cannot be overstated. This online course provides the necessary tools to implement safe and healthy practices in their schools, both inside and outside. Review disease risks, hand washing procedures, sanitation, and supervision measures that must be maintained for children's safety. A brief review of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Shaken Baby, and Child Abuse and Neglect issues are included. Funding for this 1-hour training course was provided by the Workforce Solutions as part of their Early Care and Education Quality Improvement initiative.

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