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    2023 Health and Safety Training/CF Orientation Activity for New Staff

    2023 Current Child Care Rules in Oregon (Translation to Spanish in Process) CKC:HSN      Set: 1 Hours: 4 This training can be used to satisfy requirements for: HSN hours for licensing renewals, Staff orientation on licensing rules, Hours for increasing step level on ORO, and Hours for annual/biannual continuing education for licensing.
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  • 2023 Health and Safety Training
    Updated On: Oct 28, 2023

    2023 Current Child Care Rules in Oregon (Translation to Spanish in Process)

    CKC:HSN      Set: 1 Hours: 4

    This training can be used to satisfy requirements for:

    • HSN hours for licensing renewals,
    • Staff orientation on licensing rules,
    • Hours for increasing step level on ORO, and
    • Hours for annual/biannual continuing education for licensing. 

    If you are a union member, your staff can take this course as part of their orientation/onboarding (including substitutes) at no cost.

    If you are using this as a staff TRAINING please send a check for each staff person ($10 each) to: Local 132 AFSCME. Address is:

    CCPT -- Oregon AFSCME 

    1400 Tandem Ave. NE

    Salem, OR 97301

    Looking for 1 or 2 hours? I/T specific hours? Please email Anneliese for a shorter version of this class. anneliese.sheahan@gmail.com

    Complete the answers as specifically as possible. Always cite rule numbers (414-350-0010 (1) (b) for example).

    Be detailed. You will receive from me a certificate for HSN hours for doing this work. I will be checking work (it won’t be graded) and you must have correct answers for 30/33 questions. If you are missing rule numbers and information, you will get a message from me that you need to review your work and add the rule you are missing (I will give you a hint) so take your time the first time.

    This activity should (will likely) take you 4 hours (if done correctly, thoroughly and in detail with rule numbers).

    You can answer by emailing me from (anneliese.sheahan@gmail.com with subject line Orientation on Rules Activity). When emailing me, feel free to use more than one email, just (please) reply to the previous email where you left off when starting out so that everything is together in 1 thread (chain of emails from you).

    REGISTERED FAMILY PROVIDERS: For every instance where the word "certified" appears, please substitute the word "registered" and use the registered family rulebook.

    Link to rulebooks. Scroll down for Certified Family and Registered Family (Certified Center Rules are at the top)

    https://www.oregon.gov/delc/providers/Pages/child-care-rules.aspx#CurrentChildCareRules

    Thanks. Anneliese

    1. I am a certified provider. How many children am I licensed for? (Hint: License should be next to the door where everyone enters.)
    1. What ages am I licensed for?
    1. Is there a specific rule for certified family that says a provider must be outside with the children?
    1. Are you allowed to use drop-side cribs in child care programs?
    1. May certified family programs use blankets for sleeping infants?
    1. How do you feel about washing an infant's hands after you change their diaper?
    1. What is your position/policies/practices around swaddling and/or pacifier use?
    1. What rule numbers throughout your rulebook are specifically for infants?
    1. What rule numbers throughout your rulebook specifically are for children under 2 years? 
    1. Are there any rules specifically for toddlers? What are they?
    1. In your rulebook, what is the definition for infant? For toddler? For preschooler?
    1. Do you agree with the definitions for the ages/stages? Would you change anything?
    1. What are the restrictions for screen time? What devices count as screen time?
    1. How long should a child be outside daily when they are in care for 8 or more hours?
    1. How many hours are allowed between meals?
    1. What are the 5 “parts” of the rule for supervision? (What are the 5 elements or aspects to supervision?)
    1. What are the rules about marijuana, prescription drug, cigarette, vaping and alcohol use while doing child care?
    1. On what page(s) are the ratios charts?
    1. List the children currently present below and their age in years (for infants just write <1):
    1. How many under 2?        Over 2?
    1. According to the charts, how many adults do we need on site, signed in? Are there enough adults?
    1. Thinking about your answer, why do I pay for breaks and why do you have to stay on the premises during breaks?
    1. What are the penalties for rule violations?
    1. How long does a certified family child care license last? (Hint: rulebook and my license have this printed on there)
    1. What agency is responsible for licensing child care programs?
    1. What are the requirements for fire and safety drills?
    1. When must children be excluded from the program for illness?
    1. What does a certified family child care do if a child is injured such that it requires medical treatment by a medical professional?
    1. What things must be reported to licensing? Please list all and the time limit to report.
    1.  What are the rules for infant safe sleep? Do they apply to a child after their first birthday?
    1. What are some typical activities infants should be engaged in every day (according to the rules)?
    1. What are some typical activities toddlers should be engaged in every day (according to the rules)?
    1. What are some typical activities preschoolers should be engaged in every day (according to the rules)?


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