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    Although I may not be able to always shield your child from all potential hazards I can at least make sure that proper precautions are taken to prevent accidents. Below are listed the ways I keep your child as safe as humanely possible 1. Risk assessments/policies The first step into thinking about safe supervision of children is to be aware of the risks and hazards in my own setting. By recognizing these risks and creating plans, including actions that can be taken to prevent them, I am better prepared within my provision. 2.…

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    Cyp 3.3 11.1

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    every child has the right to feel and be safe in their learning environment. Parent/carers entrust their children to the care of a school and should leave their children feeling confident that they are with competent adults who will keep their children safe and protected from harm. A childâ€TMs surroundings should be free from danger, and one way to achieve this is by ensuring all equipment and activities are safe, implementing risk assessments where appropriate. If a child learns and plays…

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    with the training, knowledge and skills to carry out these arrangements. It is the appointed person's (Health and Safety Co-ordinator) responsibility to ensure that everyone within the setting is made aware of, read and signed the changed or new policies and procedures. People within the work setting must be made aware of where of the Health and Safety Policy is kept, up to date training must be provided and copies of risk assessments must be given when necessary, for example when going on…

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    safe for children, teachers and non-teaching staff. The Act on Occupational, health and safety, 2007 notes that heads of early childhood settings have the responsibility of ensuring that children, teachers and workers stay in a safe environment while in early childhood settings (Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, 2007). In this regard, this report is a guide on how early childhood settings can create a conducive learning and working environment for children and workers respectively.…

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    Child Safety Procedures

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    Safety is defined as being safe from injury, danger, loss, or any type of harmed. Safety procedures are necessary in a child care facility because that is what keeps children safe throughout the day and it also gives the parents a state of mind that they are putting their children in a safe place to be look after while they are at work. It is important to have procedures that explain conduct protocol so that the staff, administration, and parents can get an understanding or idea of what should…

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    Fair Child Labor Work ethic is essential to maintain a healthy and prosperous livelihood. Countless hours of work could be beneficial for people, but are there more benefits or consequences for children having a job? The United States maintains age and safety standards for child employees. This was made during the Industrial period when children were risking their lives while working in factories. The United State’s Fair Labor Standards Act is beneficial because it states clear limitations on…

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    Roles and Responsibilities In keeping children safe and secure This month we thought we would explain what our practitioners role and responsibilities are in keeping the children safe and secure. Practitioner Roles Our practitioners are fully qualified in observing the health and safety requirements within the setting. This means observing the following policies: • Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. • EYFS 2014 (2017) • Food Hygiene 2006 • Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992…

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    Health and Safety is a big priority when working within a school, the school has to be a safe environment for both the children attending the school and the members of staff. Many factors should be taken into account when planning healthy and safe indoor and outdoor activities. Firstly, the children need to be taken into account, are the activities being set out safe for them and that they have the ability to do them, are there any children with illness’s that would need anything for certain…

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    Majority of those children who do not attend schools are in the workforce, in some areas where the schools are free do not give the children the resources to participate as they cannot provide it. The children do not have the time nor the supplies to be able to attend and have to work for their bread. Children are even sent to construction sites where dangerous conditions force them to work around the safety hazards. These long hours, isolation from a social environment, lack of education,…

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    Health and Safety Policy and Procedure The health and safety policy is aimed make the setting a more healthy and safe environment as the health and safety of all children, young people, staff and other adults is vital. For that reason all children, parents, staff and volunteers are to be made aware of any risks and hazards to health and safety to minimize the risks and hazards to enable children and young people to succeed. The entitled health and safety person at the setting has to undertake…

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