Government of New Brunswick
Inspection Type : Certificate Type : Total Number of Non-Compliance Items on Date of Inspection : Date to Verify Compliance : ECS Coordinator :
Final Annual Follow-up Inspection (Renewal) Certificate of Approval - Renewal
( 0 )
- - Lorraine Kennedy

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Administration
Section 3.1 - Posting Requirements
3 Certificate of Approval
4 Daily menu
5 Daily schedule
6 Individual in charge
7 Coordinator - name, tel.#
8 Evacuation procedures
9 Allergy information
Section 3.2 - Written Statements of Service
10 Parent handbook
11 Description of the programs
12 Hours of operation
13 Enrolment/discharge
14 Fee payment
15 Personal belongings
16 Transportation/outings
17 Administration of medication
18 Child illness
19 Emergency evacuation plan
20 Child guidance
21 Child abuse/neglect Protocol
22 Parental involvement/Signed statement
23 Administrative structure
24 Complaint/grievance
25 Personnel Practices
Section 3.3 - Record Keeping/Child Records
26 Individual files
27 Attendance records
28 Child Profile
29 Infant/Toddler Daily Information Sheet
30 Parental consent(s)
Section 3.4 - Record Keeping/Personnel Records
31 Individual files
32 Job description(s)
33 Attendance records
34 Signed statement
Other
35 Telephone (Section 3.1)
36 Insurance (Section 3.6)
37 Firearm Storage (Section 3.1)
38 Board of Directors (Section 3.1)
Physical Facility
Section 4.1 - Indoor Play Space
39 Usable play space
40 Family living space
41 Basement level
42 Infant - play and rest areas separate
43 Capacity
Section 4.2 - Bathrooms
44 Wash basins and toilets (#, accessible)
45 Supervision
46 Potty chairs (cleanliness, storage and #)
Section 4.3 - Kitchen Space
47 Inaccessible, except under supervised conditions
48 Not used as a play space
Section 4.4 - Quiet Space
49 Rest area
50 Infant rest area
51 Isolation area
Section 4.5 - Storage Space
52 Equipment/materials accessible
53 Medications inaccessible
54 First aid supplies accessible to adults
55 Toxic products inaccessible, locked
56 Personal belongings accessible
57 Diapering supplies - individual storage
Section 4.6 - Outdoor Play Space
58 Usable play space
59 Fencing - height/gates
60 Free of hazards, well drained, free of debris
61 Adjacent or reasonable walking distance
62 Infant < 2
63 Stairs, walkways, ramps
Play Environment / Equipment / Furnishings
Section 5.1 - Play Environment
64 Arrangement - free choice, variety, accessible
65 Effective supervision (indoors & outdoors)
66 Outdoor play environment (sand play areas, quiet play area, gross motor area, storage space)
67 Sand play area - covered <3m x 3m
68 Sun/shade
Section 5.2 - Indoor Play Equipment, Furnishings and Materials
69 Quantity/variety
70 Appropriate
71 Independent selection
72 Maintained safe
73 Clean/good repair
Section 5.3 - Outdoor Play Equipment
74 Maintenance/inspection plan
75 Safe/appropriate
76 Protective surfacing (type, depth, maintenance)
Section 5.4 - Rest Equipment
77 Available
78 Cots/mats > 15 months
79 Cots/mats - non-absorbent/cleanable surface
80 Cribs/portable playpens < 15 months
81 Mattresses - moisture resistant, washable
82 Cribs/portable playpens meet Hazardous Products Act
Health
Section 6.1 - Communicable Disease
83 Requirements (report/exclude/inform parents)
84 Hand washing
Section 6.2 - Child Illness
85 Comply with written statement of service and Guide for Managing Potential Illness in Child Day Care Facilities in New Brunswick
Section 6.3 - Incidents
86 Documentation - reportable incidents
87 Documentation - non-reportable incidents
Section 6.4 - Diapering
88 Equipment
89 Diaper changing procedures
90 Diaper disposal
Section 6.5 - Personal Belongings
91 Labeled, stored separately
92 Pacifiers/soothers - safe, no neck strings
Section 6.6 - Medication
93 Documentation/Consents
94 Administration records
Section 6.7 - Nutrition
95 Menus
96 Quality/servings
97 Milk/juice
98 Drinking water
99 Allergy information posted
100 Infants held for feeding
101 Parent written instruction < 12 months
Section 6.8 - First Aid
102 First aid kits present (2)
103 Maintained
104 Checked monthly
Section 6.9 Animals/Pets
105 Comply with Public Health Standards
Section 6.10 - Smoking
106 Smoking prohibited during operating hours
Fire Safety
Section 7.1 - Evacuation Plans
107 Emergency procedures
Section 7.2 - Fire Drill
108 Practiced monthly / records maintained
Section 7.3 - Emergency #'s
109 Posted beside telephone(s)
Section 7.4 - Toxic Products
110 Original/labeled containers
111 Separated from food/medications & locked
Section 7.5 - Transportation
112 Liability insurance
113 Seating capacity/restraints
114 First aid kit/emergency records
115 Use of taxis
116 Use of volunteers
Section 7.6 - General Safety
117 Protective receptacles/extension cords
118 Wood stoves/fireplaces
119 Lighters/matches
120 Flashlights
121 Exit doors
122 Hot beverages/liquids
Program
Section 8.1 - Routines/Transitions
123 Flexible daily schedule
124 Outdoor play
125 Length of rest periods
Section 8.2 - Curriculum Planning, Documentation & Assessment
126 Use of one of the NB Curriculum Frameworks
127 Children's learning visible
Personnel
Section 9.1 - Staff Employment Criteria
128 Medicals
129 First Aid
130 Prior Contact/Criminal Record Check consent
131 Volunteers
132 Students
Section 9.2 - Staff Qualifications
133 Director or designate OR 1 in 4 staff
Section 9.3 - Staff Child Ratio/Group Size
134 Same age grouping
135 Mixed age grouping
136 Use of support personnel
137 Use of Volunteers
Section 9.4 - Supervision
138 Rest period < 15 months
139 Rest period > 15 months
140 School age supervision
141 Outdoor supervision
Child Guidance
Section 10.1 & 10.2 - Interactions/Relationships
142 Positive techniques

For more information, please contact the Early Learning and Child Care Operator