Trainer Monitored Discussion – Discuss Safety Procedures

  • Olivia

    January 4, 2023 at 11:27 pm

    As I give them a tour around the facility, I’d note the secure doors at the entrance that you need a code to get in. I’d note the fenced in play area, away from the eyes of people on the street. I’d show them our child friendly classroom with age appropriate toys, and all the cleaning materials and sharp teacher equipment out of the reach of children. I’d show them the fire escapes, the alarms, the detectors. The door latches that keep the children from opening the doors and wandering off. The bathrooms that are age appropriate.

  • Peyton

    January 6, 2023 at 2:33 am

    When giving a tour I would highlight the first aid kits, sanitation, safety routines and evacuation plans as well as building safety features

  • Lexy

    January 6, 2023 at 3:02 pm

    I would start by showing them the classroom and all the activities I have planned for the day they visit, go over all the safety plans for the drills throughout the year and remind them that the children go through these drills various times throughout the year.

  • Liana

    January 9, 2023 at 1:37 am

    Highlighting the safety in the care center I work for I would definitely point out the fencing in the play area for the toddlers that is dull and safe. All potential hazard objects are in a covered cupboard and in the play area all learning materials are large enough and all to which they are non-hazards. In the younger children’s classroom there are no outlets available.

  • Marissa

    January 12, 2023 at 10:35 pm

    Cleaning storage, first aid, emergency numbers, fire escape routes, playground safety.

  • Cassidy

    January 13, 2023 at 1:37 am

    Warmly welcome them to the school and begin the tour by showing them the security of the building itself before moving onto the classroom. Walking them through the class, the different stations, the sinks and bathrooms with hand washing policies, the first aid kits on the wall, the cubby spaces that store extra clothes and send them home with a packet that details/outlines the procedures of all emergency’s, snack or lunch expectations (from the teachers, parents and children) as well as forms that detail medication/sickness policy. I would also tour the playground to show the area where the children play and the path there from the classroom.

  • sophie

    January 14, 2023 at 5:26 am

    Id simply show them all the nice amenities the center offers and things that the children would love and every time we pass something that’s considered a precaution of safety , id explain what it is and it’s purpose to them so it ensures that not only is my center the best option in the sense of activities learning and fun but also safety and that their children will be well taken care of

  • Robyn

    January 16, 2023 at 6:05 pm

    During a tour I would show parents how to enter the school and to be sure to close the door behind them. Next i would point out the safety exits, fire extinguishers, first and first aid kit. After that I would show them how chemicals/cleaning supplies are stored away from children. I would have them see that each child has their own storage for clothing, and there own area in the fridge for alternative milks or breast milk. I would point out the safety procedures that are posted in the entrance, and show them where there emergency contact information would be stored.

  • Sophia

    January 17, 2023 at 6:40 am

    I would reinforce our sanitation procedures and show them wipes and sinks. I would also highlight a lack of “dangerous” equipment and that all of the materials we have are age appropriate.

  • Sarah

    January 17, 2023 at 10:07 pm

    I try to address them by name if it has been given before. I would highlight our outdoor area 100%. The areas are fenced off based on classroom with appropriate set ups for each one

  • Emma

    January 19, 2023 at 2:42 am

    If I were touring a prospective parent, I would definitely highlight all of our cleaning and disinfecting procedures, the training that the staff receive to ensure child and environmental safety, and explain our emergency preparedness plans. I would also point out all of the different elements throughout the center that promote safety, such as child locks on all of the doors, outlet covers, padding under climbing structures, cords are taped to the wall and out of reach of children, the storage of cleaning supplies and medicine etc.

  • Alexis

    January 23, 2023 at 10:27 pm

    Fire and earthquake drills also first aid and food safety precautions

  • Kaitlyn

    January 24, 2023 at 5:19 pm

    Providing a warm and welcoming approach and ensuring the safety and well-being for their children. Providing them with our safety protocols (sanitation, emergency exits, first aid kits etc.) Showing them examples of what our day-to-day routine will look like in the classroom to maintain a positive environment.

  • AJ

    January 24, 2023 at 10:48 pm

    I would show them where everything is located, including personal items, safety equipment, emergency equipment, cleaners, and explain why they are where they are and how they are used and when. If they have questions answer honestly and explain maybe why we have certain equipment or items, like wooden slides and how they are monitored to be safe. Let them know how often things are cleaned or picked up and organized, and why. Assure them everyone has the same safety training and if you can’t answer a question, go find out and get back to them with it and assure them you care enough to be retaught and learn as well.

  • Jiwan

    January 25, 2023 at 5:24 pm

    I’ll give them a tour of the classroom first to show them the safety of the indoor space their child will be in and show them safety exits. I’ll also show them where we keep our first aid that should be easily accessible.

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