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Progressive enforcement training spanish version2

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  1. 1.  serán aplicadas progresivamente por cada violación a los estándares.   Además, los proveedores recibirán asistencia técnica conjuntamente con cualquier sanción disciplinaria. Cada violación al estándar tiene asignada una clasificación basada en el tipo o la severidad de las violaciones según lo identificado en el Child Care Facility Standards Classification Summary (el resumen de la clasificación de los estándares para facilidad del cuidado de niño), Forma CF-FSP 5316.
  2. 2.  CLASE I –es la más seria, presenta una amenaza inminente (a punto de suceder) a un niño incluyendo abuso o descuido y pudiese causar la muerte o daño serio a la salud, la seguridad o el bienestar de un niño. CLASE II – menos seria que violaciones de la clase I ya que puede anticiparse que plantea una amenaza a la salud, a la seguridad o al bienestar de un niño, aunque la amenaza no es inminente. CLASE III – son menos serias que violaciones de Clase I o II y plantea un daño potencial bajo para los niños.
  3. 3.  Por la 1ra violación de la Clase I . . . (1/1) – una multa no menor de $100 ni mayor de $500 por dia y pudiese imponer otras sanciones disciplinarias además de la multa. Por la 2da violación de la Clase II… (2/2) -una multa de $50 para cada violacion. Por 3ra violación de la Clase II . . . (2/3) - una multa de $60 POR DIA para cada violación. Por la 3ra violación de la Clase III . . . (3/3) –una multa de $25 por cada violación. Por la 4ta violación de la Clase III . . . (3/4) – una multa de $30 POR DIA para cada violación.
  4. 4. Child Care Facility - Non-compliance Violations Summary 7/1/2010 - 4/12/2011 General Requirements: Total Class Class Training: Total Class Class Count 1 2 Count 1 21. License Displayed/Citation Posted 59 41. Training Requirements 2202. Licensed Capacity 61 5 42. 10-Hour In-Service 1343. Minimum Age Requirements 43. Credentialed Staff 44 134. Ratio Sufficient 42 36 Health Requirements: 5. Supervision 19 2 6. Drivers License, Physician Certification & First Aid/CPR Training 5 1 44. Communicable Disease Control 3 1 7. Vehicle Insurance and Inspection 4 3 45. First Aid Requirements 43 9 8. Seat Belts/Child Restraints 46. CPR Requirements 20 16 9. Transportation 1 47. Emergency Telephone Numbers 1310. Planned Activities 24 48. Accident/ Incident Notification and Documentation 24 711. Field Trip Permission 4 49. Medication 6 112. Child Discipline 6 2 213. Discipline Policy 7 Food and Nutrition: Physical Environment: 50. Meals and Snacks 614. Facility 46 9 51. Meal and Snack Menus 1615. Toxic Substances and Hazardous Materials 7 6 52. Food Service 216. Supplies Labeled/Stored 5 3 53. Bottles Sanitary and Labeled 4617. Lighting 8 54. Sufficient Seating18. Temperature and Ventilation 1 55. Single Service Items 119. Indoor Floor Space 1 Record Keeping:20. Outdoor Area/Square Footage21. Outdoor Play Area 25 4 56. Records 2422. Fencing 15 9 57. Childrens Health/Immunization Records 59423. Individual Bedding 11 1 58. Enrollment Information on File/Current 12824. Bedding and Linens 8 59. Personnel Records 16825. Nap Space Requirements 23 3 60. Background Screening Documents 381 18526. Exit Area Clear 5 2 61. Daily Attendance 3527. Crib Requirements 62. Emergency Plan/Posted 1328. Toilets and Basins 25 2 Enforcement:29. Potty Chairs30. Bath Facilities and Supervision 15 63. Child Abuse or Neglect / ACCESS 1 2 131. Bathroom Supplies and Equipment 12 1,917 2 23232. Operable Phone 18 6 Grand Total 2,491 6 37533. Fire Drills 113 47 % of Total: 0.2% 15%34. Window Screens35. Proper Hand Washing 5 336. Drinking Water Available 3 337. Sanitary Diapering 4138. Diaper Disposal 8 239. Indoor Equipment 340. Outdoor Equipment 79 34 574 4 143
  5. 5. Classrooms of one age group:• Birth through 1 year of age, there must be one staff for every 4 children.• 1 year of age or older, but under 2 years of age, there must be one staffmember for every 6 children.• 2 years of age or older, but under 3 years of age, there must be one staffmember for every 11 children.• 3 years of age or older, but under 4 years of age, there must be one staffmember for every 15 children.• 4 years of age or older, but under 5 years of age, there must be one staffmember for every 20 children.• 5 years of age or older, there must be one staff member for every 25 children.Mixed Ratios:• In groups of mixed age ranges, where children under 1 year of age areincluded, one staff member shall be responsible for no more than 4 children ofany age group at all times.• In groups of mixed age ranges, where children 1 year of age but under 2 yearsof age are included, one staff member shall be responsible for no more than 6children of any age group at all times.• When children 2 years of age and older are in care, the staff-to-children ratioshall be based on the age group with the number of children within the group.For every 20 children, a child care facility must have one (1) credentialed staffmember.
  6. 6. 5. Supervision rule 65C-22.001(5)(a)-(d), 65C-22.001(6)(f), 65C-22.002(4)(c)2. & 65C-22.007 (2), F.A.C. 2 Direct supervision of children in the [ ] group was inadequate in that [ ]. 2 Staff were not within sight and hearing of all the children during nap time. 2 There were insufficient personnel readily accessible to meet ratio requirements during nap time. 2 Children in the outdoor play area were not adequately supervised in that [ ]. 1 A child was unknowingly left behind in a vehicle, at the facility or on a field trip. 1 A child was not adequately supervised and left the facility premises without the knowledge or awareness of staff. 2 In addition to the staff required to meet staff-to-child ratios, an additional adult was not present during a field trip. 1 The operator, employee or substitute was observed supervising children while under the influence of narcotics, alcohol or other drugs that impair the
  7. 7. 12. Child Discipline rule 65C-22.001(8)(a)(b), F.A.C. & 402.305(12), F.S. 2 A staff member did not comply with the facilitys written discipline policy. A method of discipline was used at the facility that was severe, humiliating or frightening to 1 children in that [ ]. The facilitys discipline practices included the use of spanking or other form of physical 2 punishment. 1 A form of discipline used by staff was associated with food, rest and/or toileting.
  8. 8. 33. Fire Drills & Emergency Preparedness rule 65C-22.002(7) & rule 65C-22.006(5)(e), F.A.C. Fire drills were not conducted and/or did not include one drill during napping/sleeping times, one drill using alternate evacuation routes, or one in the presence of the licensing 2 authority. The facility operator did not have a current fire safety inspection by the local fire 2 authority. 2 All adults and children failed to evacuate the facility when the fire alarm was activated. The facility operator/staff failed to possess a current attendance record during a fire drill, 2 emergency preparedness drill or an actual emergency. 2 The operator failed to conduct emergency preparedness drills.
  9. 9. 40. Outdoor Equipment rule 65C-22.002(9)(b), F.A.C. 2 The play equipment was not safe for the children to use in that [ ]. 2 A resilient surface was not provided beneath and within the fall zone for [ ]. Sharp, broken and/or jagged edges were observed on the [ ] that pose a threat to the 2 health, safety or well-being of the children in the play area.
  10. 10. 57. Childrens Health/Immunization and Records rule 65C-22.006(2)(a)-(c),(3)(c)3. F.A.C. & 402.305,F.S. 3 A Student Health Examination/DH Form 3040 or equivalent, was not available for the child(ren). 3 The Student Health Examination/DH Form 3040 was no longer current (over two years since last examination) for the child(ren). 3 A current DH Form 680, Florida Certification of Immunization, was missing for the child(ren). 3 The immunization record was incomplete for the child(ren). The record did not document signature of a physician, dates immunizations were administered, or the expiration date. The parents of children enrolled were not provided information detailing the causes, 3 symptoms, and transmission of the influenza virus.
  11. 11. 60. Background Screening Documents ss. 402.3054(3), 435.04(1), & 435.05(1)(a)(c) F.S., & rule65C-22.006(4), F.A.C. 2 Documentation of Level 2 screening was missing for staff. A finger print card for the purpose of conducting state/federal criminal records check was 2 not on file for the employees. CF-FSP Form 5131, Background Screening and Personnel File Requirements, was not on 2 file for the employees. The fingerprint card had been completed but was never submitted to FDLE for the 2 employees. 2 Verification of employment history for the past 2 years was not on file for the employees. Background screening was not completed every five years after the initial screening for 2 the individuals.
  12. 12. 63. Access/Child Abuse or Neglect/Misrepresentation ss. 402.319, F.S. & rule 65C-22.001(9),(11),F.A.C. The owner, operator, employee or substitute, while caring for children, committed an act or omission that meets the definition of child abuse or neglect provided in Chapter 39, Florida 1 Statutes. As a mandated reporter, the owner, operator, employee or substitute failed to report 1 suspected child abuse or neglect as required in section 39.201, Florida Statutes. The owner, operator, employee or substitute failed to grant access to the child care facility 2 during the hours of operation to the licensing authority or parent/legal guardian. Child care personnel misrepresented information, impersonated, or provided fraudulent information related to the child care facility to a parent/guardian, licensing authority, or law 1 enforcement.
  13. 13.  Visit the DCF Child Care Website  www.myflorida.com/childcare Go to: Laws and Requirements Click on:  Family Day Care Standard Classifications  Large Family Child Care Standard Classifications  Facility/Center Standard Classifications  AND  Chapter 65C-22, Florida Administrative Code (facilities)  Chapter 65C-20, Florida Administrative Code (homes)  

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