Minimizing Risk in Early Childhood Settings

Type
Course
Date of Publication
July 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

Beyond regulatory standards, this course delivers information needed to create/implement a risk management plan including preparing for emergency situations; maintaining the safety of people, facilities, equipment, and materials; preventing legal issues; creating communication plans; and, handling the aftermath of a crisis.

Course Information Maintaining a healthy and safe environment must be a basic premise for early childhood programs. This course assumes basic familiarity with state and local regulatory standards and provides directors with the information needed to:create and implement a risk management plan which includes ways to prepare for emergency situationsmaintain compliance with standardsmaintain the safety of people, facilities, equipment, and materials; prevent legal issuescreate communication plansand handle the aftermath of a crisis. Funding for this 2-hour training was provided by the Workforce Solutions as part of their Early Care and Education Quality Improvement initiative.

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