Injury Prevention For Childcare Providers


Unintentional injuries threaten the well being of American children. Most injuries can and should be prevented. Injury prevention training should precede CPR/first aid training. Working to eliminate potential hazards in a childcare setting is the logical way to reduce the need for first aid care. Developing safety strategies and emergency action plans is a proactive step towards reducing the possibility for injury.

Intended Audience: Childcare providers, babysitters, or anyone who spends time with children

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Time: Approximately 2 hours

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Upon completion of the course participants should be able to:

Modify the childcare environment to reduce hazards
Provide and understand effective methods of visual supervision of children
Effectively enforce rules for safe playing activities
Adhere to the designated emergency action plan

An ASHI Certificate of Attendance will be issued upon completion of the course

For further information please contact Bill Palmer

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