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Summer Camp Safety 1st
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Summer Camp Safety 1st
Summer Camp Safety 1st
Summer Camp Safety 1st
Summer Camp Safety 1st
Summer Camp Safety 1st
Summer Camp Safety 1st
Summer Camp Safety 1st
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Summer Camp Safety 1st

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Create a safe and fun Summer Camp experience for students and staff on a college campus.

Create a safe and fun Summer Camp experience for students and staff on a college campus.

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  • We are State Certified Summer Camp, 2 camp nurses, trained CPR, 1st Aid, AED staff and Emergency Response Team and Public Safety Officers, State approved Emergency Plan and Health Plan in place. All of our Staff/Instructors/Counselors have a current FBI & State of Maryland background check. 
  • Demographic – maximum number of students for all classes, number of staff, instructors and counselorsLocation of classes on each campus – keep contained to certain buildings & areas
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    • 1. SAFETY 1ST
      Creating a Summer Camp Program
      that is Safe & Fun for Everyone
      LaVerne “Cookie” Robertson
      Life Enrichment Coordinator
      Email: lrobertson@ccbcmd.edu Office: 443.840.1253
    • 2. CCBC SUMMER LEARNING ADVENTURES CAMP
      State of Maryland Certified Summer Youth Camp
      14 Admin Staff, 40 Instructors, 12 Counselors and
      2 Volunteers
      652 Students ages 7 thru 17
      61 Morning and Afternoon Classes
      Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday
      Extended Hours: Before/Aftercare & Lunch
    • 3. PLANNING TEAM
      Camp Coordinators, Director & Dean
      Camp Administrative Staff
      Public Safety
      Plant Ops: Indoor and Outdoor Facilities
      Medical Supervisors – Camp Nurses
      Food Services
      Maryland Public Transportation
    • 4. CCBC Essex - Open Campus Environment
      ACCOUNTABILITY: It’s all about the numbers
      • Number of classrooms used for campers and where are they located?
      • 5. Number of Summer Camp Students on campus at all times?
      • 6. Number of other youth & activities on campus at the same time?
      • 7. What could possibly go wrong - the worse possible scenario?
      • 8. Who’s your neighbors in the surrounding area ?
    • CCBC EMERGENCY PLAN
      • College Emergency Response Manual
      • 9. Types of Emergencies:
      • 10. Fire, medical, criminal, public safety, major spills,
      engineering, plant operations, power failure, elevator, emergency, water problems, weather closings and bomb threats
      • CCBC’s Emergency Response Team
      • 11. Emergency Phone Numbers + 911
      • 12. Public Safety Emergency and Non-Emergency Phone #’s
      • 13. College Emergency Alert System
    • SUMMER CAMP – WRITTEN EMERGENCY PLAN
      • Complements CCBC College-Wide Emergency Plan
      • 14. Fire Safety Inspection
      • 15. Practice Drills – Silent Alarm
      • 16. Evacuation Area
      • 17. Emergency Response Team
      • 18. Campus Lock Down
      • 19. Accountability Procedures
      • 20. Student sign-in and sign-out procedures
      • 21. List of authorized individuals to pick up students
      • 22. Class Attendance Rosters
    • IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY –
      DON’T PANIC!
    • 23. Emergency Protocol
    • 24. Accountability Procedures
    • 25. SAFETY CHECKLIST
      • Set boundaries
      • 26. Establish Safety Zones and Danger Zones
      • 27. Students use colored coded T-Shirts
      • 28. Sufficient number of staff & ID badges
      • 29. Counselors utilize handheld radios-ER
      • 30. Counselors stay with same students
    • THE FOLLOW-UP: STAFF TRAINING
      • Criminal History Record Checks & FBI Fingerprint
      • 31. Staff and Counselor Roles & Responsibilities
      • 32. Severe Weather Emergency Plan
      • 33. Lunch Safety
      • 34. Building Safety – Evacuation Procedure
      • 35. Crime or Suspicious Behavior Reporting
      • 36. Students Safety 1st – Reporting an emergency
      • 37. Monday morning meetings & debriefing
    • ADDENDUM
      CCBC Summer Learning Adventures Camp - Written Emergency Plan
      CCBC Summer Camp Fact Sheet
      CCBC Summer Camp Class List
      CCBC Summer Camp Instructor’s Roles and Responsibilities
      CCBC Summer Camp Counselor Roles and Responsibilities
      CCBC Summer Camp Student Sign In and Sign Out Sheet
      CCBC Summer Camp Student Information & Consent Form
      CCBC Summer Camp Emergency Evacuation Form
      CCBC Summer Camp Health Program, Safety Plan &
      Emergency Plan Form
    • 38. RESOURCE INFORMATION
      • CCBC Summer Learning Adventures Camp Brochure
      http://www.ccbcmd.edu/media/ceed/summercamps.pdf
      • CCBC Emergency Manual
      http://www.ccbcmd.edu/media/publicsafety/emergency_manual.pdf
      • Maryland Youth Camp Certification Resources
      http://www.cha.state.md.us/ofpchs/comm_srv/ycamp.html
      • Guideline to create a Health Plan and Emergency Plan
      http://www.cha.state.md.us/ofpchs/comm_srv/pdf/Health-Program_Emergency-Procedures.pdf

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