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Crossing safety

Posted by Kelly Huntley on

Centre car park – ensure family members are aware of pedestrian safety rules such as holding their child’s hand and alighting children from the safety door. Encourage families to always supervise their children in the car park to prevent accidents and injuries which could occur as a result of reversing vehicles There a a wide range of car park safety weatherproof signs available at www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au #safety #crossing

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Safe Food Handing

Posted by Kelly Huntley on

Food borne illness commonly occurs in settings where food is prepared or served to a large number of people, and types of illness include bacterial and viral gastroenteritis, food poisoning from toxin producing bacterial contamination, and potentially serious infections such as hepatitis A, salmonella, shigella, and shiga-like toxin producing Escherichia coli It is vital that services have a designated area for food preparation and storage, which is safe and hygienic. Vinyl sticker from www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au

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Fire Hose Location

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Have a fire extinguisher and fire blanket readily accessible near areas where fires are likely to start, such as the kitchen. Ensure extinguisher is tested annually and is in good working order, clear fire exits, (all doors in centre should be easily opened in an emergency), install smoke detectors, test regularly, replace batteries when required. Develop, keep up to date, prominently display (in each playroom and at each main exit of the centre), fire and emergency evacuation plan which includes: - emergency warning alert regularly practiced and with which all centre staff are familiar - pre-planned evacuation procedure with which...

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First Aid Kit Sticker

Posted by Kelly Huntley on

Recommended First Aid Supplies, please keep a fully stocked first aid kit within easy reach of all caregivers but out of reach of children.  Check your kit(s) regularly, and restock as necessary.  Your first aid kit should include; Box of nonporous disposable gloves Sealed packages of alcohol wipes or antiseptic Small scissors Cold pack Tweezers (for removing splinters) Thermometer Adhesive bandage tape Sterile gauze squares (50mm and 75 mm) Triangular bandages Flexible roller gauze (25mm and 50mm widths) Safety pins Eye dressing Insect-sting preparation Pencil and notepad Syrup of ipecac Small Splints Sealable plastic bags for soiled materials PDF Education...

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Egg Allergies Stickers

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Food allergies in children are common and can be due to peanuts, other tree nuts (brazil, cashew, hazelnuts, almonds), fish, shellfish, eggs, wheat, milk, milk products, soy, seed and some fruits. Food allergies are more common in children under 5 years of age than in older children because young children may grow out of food allergies. The commonest food allergies are due to milk, egg and peanut. Peanut allergy is the most likely allergy to need availability of adrenaline. Other substances to which children can have a severe allergic reaction are drugs (especially antibiotics and vaccines), bees, other insect stings,...

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