Spring into safety
Spring is the perfect time to check your safety programs.
- Do you have plenty of sun block (SPF 15 or higher) to protect children playing outdoors?
- Are the supplies in your first aid kit sufficient and up-to-date?
- Are there any defects on the playground that need to be corrected?
- Have any bees, hornets, or wasps nests developed? If so, have you removed them?
- Does your staff maintain the proper staff-to-child supervision ratios?
- Have you reviewed your crisis management procedures and conducted a practice fire drill?
- Is adequate protection in place to prevent a child from falling out of windows?
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