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Summary of Health and Safety Provisions

Health and Safety and Continuous Quality Improvement information
The following table provides a summary of how CCDF health and safety provisions apply to different types of providers and individuals. More details about each provision are discussed in this part.

Applicability of Health and Safety Requirements in the CCDF 2016 Final Rule  

Providers/Settings [1]

 

Licensed CCDF (FCC & Center)

License-Exempt CCDF (FCC & Center)

CCDF Care in Child’s Home

Licensed Non-CCDF (FCC & Center)

License-Exempt Non-CCDF

Background Checks (Applicable to the following individuals in the indicated settings)

         

Health and Safety Training: pre-service or orientation and ongoing (Applicable to the following individuals in the indicated settings)

         

Annual Monitoring (Applicable to providers)

[2]   [3]    

Pre-Inspections (Applicable to providers)

         

Posting Results of Monitoring and Inspection Reports (Applicable to providers)

         

 

Individuals [4]

 

Teachers & Caregivers

Directors

Other Non-Caregiver Staff

Individuals with Unsupervised Access to Children 

Other Adults (18+) in the FCC Home

Background Checks (Applicable to the following individuals in the indicated settings)

         

Health and Safety Training: pre-service or orientation and ongoing (Applicable to the following individuals in the indicated settings)

         

 


[1]   Providers and settings includes eligible [regulated or registered] providers that are not currently serving CCDF children.

[2]   Must be unannounced.

[3]   Lead Agency may develop alternate monitoring requirements for care provided in the child’s home that are appropriate to the setting.

[4]   Relative CCDF Providers: At Lead Agency option, relatives (providers & individuals) may be exempted from health and safety requirements.