Crossing safety

Crossing safety

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
Kelly Huntley - Sep 29, 2016
Sanitising for safety

Sanitising for safety

What is sanitising? Sanitising is killing harmful microorganisms that can be on a surface even if it looks clean.  When to sanitise - Before and after preparing food, always clean and sanitise: • Countertops. • Sinks. • Highchair trays. • Tables used for eating. • Place mats. • Bibs. And don't forget toys. Vinyl sticker from www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au #workplacehealthandsafety #sanitising #clean  
Kelly Huntley - Sep 26, 2016
Correct storage of medication

Correct storage of medication

It is vital that all medicine is stored away from children in a locked cabinet. This vinyl sticker will indicate where it is stored and also show that you have followed the correct procedures.  www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au
Kelly Huntley - Sep 20, 2016
Back Care & Lifting Sticker

Back Care & Lifting Sticker

Back Care Policy  - The centre will minimise the risk of back injury in child care staff and other staff members by applying principles of back care and correct lifting and carrying technique. To assist PDF Education Supplies have made this vinyl sticker to attach to items that require 2 people to lift. www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au Tips for better back care: Have shelving, filing cabinets, and storage cupboards at suitable height to avoid stretching to reach them Where possible, kneel rather than bend down, to avoid neck and back problems Carry children only when necessary, in the correct way - with one arm under the child’s buttocks and your other arm supporting the child’s back. At the same time, hold the child facing you, as close to your body as possible, try to avoid carrying a child on your hip because this may strain your back Lift or move furniture using at least...
Kelly Huntley - Sep 19, 2016
Emergency Assembly Areas

Emergency Assembly Areas

Evacuation may be required in the event of a fire, chemical spill, bomb scare, earthquake, gas leak, flood, bush fire. Planning for and responding effectively to fire and emergency evacuations is important to ensure safety in children’s centres. Weather proof sign to show where your emergency assembly point/gate is www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au
Kelly Huntley - Sep 07, 2016
Keeping parents informed of illnesses

Keeping parents informed of illnesses

It is important and a requirement of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation to keep a record of any illness or injury occurring to a centre staff, child, other staff member or visitor to the centre for the effective management of the illness or injury, and to help prevent future occurrences. Public liability, workers compensation and personal sickness and injury insurance policies also require to be informed. This laminated poster will keep parents informed, simple write on and wipe off www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au
Kelly Huntley - Sep 05, 2016
Safe Food Handing

Safe Food Handing

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
Kelly Huntley - Sep 01, 2016
Fire Hose Location

Fire Hose Location

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 all centre staff are familiar - pre-planned designated meeting area which is accessible at all times - safe, quick, and calm evacuation of all children and staff - account for all centre children and staff - comfort any children in distress and treat any injuries - dial 000 for the...
Kelly Huntley - Aug 30, 2016
No Smoking Signs

No Smoking Signs

In accordance with the NEW No Smoking laws in Queensland from 1 September 2016, PDF Education Supplies have created 2 new products (1 x corflute weatherproof outdoor sign for the fence and 1 vinyl sticker for the windows and doors) www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au no-smoking at or near under-age organised sporting events and skate parks no-smoking in and around approved early childhood education and care facilities, including kindergartens and places offering after school hour care no-smoking at public swimming pools no-smoking at outdoor pedestrian malls no-smoking at public transport waiting points such as bus stops, taxi ranks and ferry wharves no-smoking at prescribed national parks or parts of parks no-smoking at prescribed State Government precincts the no-smoking area at non-residential building entrances increases from 4 to 5 metres no sales of tobacco products from temporary retail outlets local governments may ban smoking at any other outdoor public place not already covered by state laws....
Kelly Huntley - Aug 23, 2016
Save water reminder

Save water reminder

To encourage children to develop good sustainability habits sometimes they just need a visual reminder (this also can apply to adults) We have in our collection some vinyl sticker to help out - Turn the lights off and Turn the tap off.  www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au.  Just by turning off the tap while you brush your teeth in the morning and before bedtime, you can save up to 30 litres of water! That adds up to more than 900 litres a month, enough to fill a huge fish tank that holds 6 small sharks! The same is true when you wash dishes. Turn off the tap! Scrape your dirty dishes into the trash—then put them in the dishwasher.
Kelly Huntley - Aug 18, 2016
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