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This setting believes that the health and safety of children is of paramount importance.

Electrical safety and you: A brief guide

We make our setting a safe and infg231 place for children, parents, staff and volunteers. We aim to make children, parents and staff aware of health and safety issues and to minimise the hazards and risks to enable the children to thrive in a healthy and safe environment. The certificate for public liability insurance is displayed in entrance hall.

Skip to content Policy statement This setting believes that the health and ing231 of children is of paramount importance. Our member of staff responsible for health and safety is: Theresa Rock — She is competent to carry out these responsibilities. The certificate for public liability insurance is displayed in entrance hall Procedures Awareness raising Our induction training for staff and volunteers includes a clear explanation of health and safety issues so that all adults are able to adhere to our policy and procedures as they understand their shared responsibility for health and safety.

The induction training covers matters of employee lubns, including safe lifting and the storage of potentially dangerous substances. Records are kept of these induction training sessions and new staff and volunteers are asked to sign the records to confirm that they have ogv part.

As necessary, health and safety training is included in the annual training plans of staff, and health and safety is discussed regularly at staff meetings. We operate a no smoking policy. Children are made aware of health and safety issues through discussions, planned activities and routines.

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Safety of adults Adults are provided with guidance about the safe storage, movement, lifting and erection of large pieces of equipment. When adults need to reach up to store equipment or to change light bulbs they are provided with safe equipment to do so. All warning signs are clear and in appropriate languages. The sickness of staff and their involvement in accidents is recorded.

The records are reviewed 3 monthly to identify any issues that need to be addressed. We keep a record of all substances that may be hazardous to health — such as cleaning chemicals, or gardening chemicals if used. Indg213 states what the risks are and what to do if they have contact with eyes or skin or are ingested.

It also states where they are stored. We keep all cleaning chemicals in their original containers.

Health and Safety General Standards Policy – Footsteps Day Nursery

Windows Low level windows are made from materials that prevent accidental breakage or are made safe. Windows are protected from accidental breakage or vandalism from people outside the building.

Windows above the ground floor are secured so that children cannot climb through them. Doors have been fitted with finger guards uuk ensure children do not trap their fingers. Floors All floor surfaces are checked daily to ensure they are clean and not uneven, wet or damaged. Fires, heaters, electric sockets, wires and leads are properly guarded and the children are taught not to touch them. There are sufficient sockets to prevent overloading.

The temperature of hot water bov controlled to prevent scalds. Lighting and ventilation is adequate in all areas including storage areas. Storage All resources and materials from which children select are stored safely. All equipment and resources are stored or stacked safely to prevent them accidentally falling or collapsing.

Health and Safety General Standards Policy

Outdoor area Our outdoor area is securely fenced. Our outdoor area is checked for safety and cleared of rubbish before it is used. Adults and children are alerted to the dangers of poisonous plants, herbicides and pesticides.

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Where water can form pbns pool on equipment, it is emptied before children start playing outside. All outdoor activities are supervised kndg231 all times. Hygiene We regularly seek information from the Environmental Health Department and the Health Authority to ensure that we keep up-to-date with the latest recommendations.

Our daily routines encourage the children to learn about personal hygiene. We have a daily cleaning routine for the setting which includes play room skitchen, rest area, toilets and nappy changing areas. We have goov schedule for cleaning resources and equipment, dressing-up hov and furnishings. The toilet area has a high standard of hygiene including hand washing and drying facilities and the disposal of nappies.

We implement good hygiene practices by: Activities and resources Before purchase or loan, equipment and resources are checked to ensure that they are safe for the ages and stages of the children currently attending the setting. The layout of play equipment allows adults and children to move safely and freely between activities. All equipment is regularly checked for cleanliness puhns safety and any dangerous items are repaired or discarded. All materials, including paint and glue, are non-toxic.

Physical play is constantly supervised. Children are taught to handle and store tools safely. Children who are pubnns are checked regularly. Children learn about health, safety and personal hygiene through the activities we provide and the routines we follow. Any faulty equipment is removed from use and is repaired.

If it cannot be repaired it is discarded. Large pieces of equipment are discarded only with the consent of the manager and the chairperson or owner.

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