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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2023 | 1-1:30 P.M. ET
Safety is the top priority when it comes to choosing a child care center. Join us for an important discussion as attorney Bill Mitchell identifies exposures present at commercial child care centers and ways to keep your children safe. Topics will focus on hazards ranging from playground safety and door finger pinch guards to attendance/medication logs and abuse and molestation. Mr. Mitchell will share real-life claims examples along with best practices that can be executed to avoid potential losses.
Audience: Those who operate a commercial child care center or insurance agents who sell to these individuals.
Owning and running a child care is a huge undertaking and commitment. The most important part of your job every day is keeping the children at your center safe and free from harm, both physically and emotionally.
While running a child care center can be extremely rewarding, accidents can happen in the blink of an eye. Watch this video to learn five safety tips that can reduce the likelihood of an injury occurring at your premises.
As an educator, trainer or instructor, your main focus is on enhancing the skills and abilities of others. While you want to avoid injuries at all costs, you may not have time to consider every situation that could lead to an accident. By implementing the following...
Nonprofits depend on employees and volunteers to keep their operations running smoothly. However, new employees can put the physical and emotional safety of your current staff, the populations you serve, and your organization’s reputation and productivity at risk....
This checklist was created to be used as a safety awareness tool. Review it to reflect on your business’s current practices and learn ways to make your environment safer for children.