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(1) A licensee must ensure that a parent has reasonable access to his or her child while the child is in the community care facility.(2) A licensee must not provide care to a child unless the licensee has first ensured that the child's parent or emergency contact can be readily contacted while the child is in care. 15.] If a child becomes ill while under the care of the licensee, a licensee must(a) provide in the community care facility a quiet and clean resting area for the child, and(b) ensure that the child is under the close supervision of,(i) if the licensee provides a care program described as Child-minding, the child's parent, or(ii) in any other case, a responsible adult.[am.

(1) A licensee must(a) ensure that each child has healthy food and drink according to the Canada's Food Guide, and(b) promote healthy eating and nutritional habits.(2) If a child's record includes, or the child has a care plan that includes, instructions respecting food and drink for the child,(a) the requirements of subsection (1) (a) do not apply to the extent that they are inconsistent with those instructions, and(b) the licensee must comply with those instructions.(3) A licensee must ensure that the food and drink given to a child is sufficient in quantity and quality to meet the developmental needs of the child, having regard to(a) the child's age,(b) the number of hours the child is under the care of the licensee, and(c) the child's food preferences and cultural background.(4) A licensee must ensure that children are not(a) fed by means of a propped bottle,(b) forced to consume any food or drink, or(c) left unsupervised while consuming food or drink.(5) A licensee must ensure that safe drinking water is available to children.(6) A licensee must make available to parents information on the food and drink given to children.(7) A licensee must ensure that food and drink are not used as a form of reward or punishment for children.

(1) A licensee must not continue to employ a person in a community care facility unless the licensee has evidence that the person continues to comply with the Province's immunization and tuberculosis control programs.(2) If a medical health officer reasonably believes that a licensee or an employee may present a risk to children, the medical health officer may request a licensee to produce a statement, signed by a medical practitioner within a specified time, stating that the licensee or employee is physically and psychologically capable of carrying out assigned duties.;(b) an emergency plan that sets out procedures to prepare for, mitigate, respond to and recover from any emergency.(2) A licensee must ensure that each employee(a) is trained in the implementation of the fire drill system and emergency plan described in subsection (1), including the use of any equipment noted in the fire drill system and emergency plan,(b) practises implementing the fire drill system at least once each month, and(c) practises implementing the emergency plan at least once each year.(3) A licensee must display a copy of the fire drill system in a prominent place in the community care facility.(4) A licensee must ensure that all employees have access, in an emergency, to reliable communications equipment. 6.] The director may issue a special needs early childhood educator certificate or an infant and toddler educator certificate to an applicant who(a) submits an application to the director,(b) holds an early childhood educator certificate issued under section 25,(b.1) demonstrates to the satisfaction of the director that the applicant(i) is of good character,(ii) has the personality, ability and temperament necessary to manage or work with children with special needs or with infants and toddlers, as applicable, and(iii) has the training and experience and demonstrates the skills necessary to be an educator, and(c) has successfully completed, through an educational institution recognized for the purposes of this section in Schedule D, a special needs early childhood educator training program or an infant and toddler educator training program, as applicable.[am. 10.], the director may issue, for a term of one year, an early childhood educator certificate to a person who meets all of the requirements of section 25 except those set out in paragraphs (c) and (d) of that section.(2) A person holding a certificate issued under subsection (1) may, before the certificate expires, submit to the director an application for a certificate described in subsection (3) (a) or (b).(3) The director must not issue a certificate to a person who submits an application under subsection (2) unless the director is satisfied that the applicant(a) has completed all of the requirements set out in section 25 , in which case the director may issue a certificate under that section for a term of 5 years, or(b) could not reasonably have met the requirements of paragraphs (c) and (d) of section 25 within the term of the certificate, in which case the director may issue a certificate under subsection (1) of this section.(4) A renewal of a one year certificate under subsection (3) (b) may be made only once.(5) Section 30 (5) applies to an application under subsection (2). 12.] (1) A licensee must provide to children a comprehensive and coordinated program of indoor and outdoor activities that(a) is designed for the development and care of children,(b) is appropriate for the age and development of children in each group in the community care facility, and(c) complies with the program standards set out in Schedule G.(2) If a child who requires extra support is attending the community care facility, the licensee must(a) ensure that the program of activities is modified to address the needs of the child, with reference to the child's care plan, and(b) record in the child's care plan the manner in which the program of activities was modified.(3) A licensee, other than a licensee providing a care program described as Occasional Child Care, must provide each child with daily outdoor play periods unless weather conditions would make it unreasonable to do so.(4) Despite subsection (1), a licensee who provides a care program described as Occasional Child Care need not provide a program of outdoor activities.(5) Despite subsection (3), that subsection applies to a licensee who provides a care program described as Child-minding only if the program provides care for 3.5 hours or more each day.[am. (1) Subject to subsection (1.1), if a licensee has agreed with a parent to give a child any medication prescribed by a medical practitioner or provided by the parent, the licensee and his or her employees must ensure that the medication is(a) administered to the child in the amount and at the times specified by the child's parent or in the child's record or care plan, and(b) readily accessible to employees.(1.1) A licensee who provides a care program described as Child-minding must not(a) agree to give a child any medication as described in subsection (1), and(b) give, or permit an employee to give, a child any medication unless the medication is immediately necessary to address a significant risk to the child's health.(2) A licensee must ensure that a child's medication is not accessible to any child, except that a child may have access to his or her own medication if(a) the child's parent has instructed the licensee to permit this, and(b) the nature of the child's medication is such that, without immediate access to the medication by the child, the child's health will be significantly at risk.(3) A licensee must ensure that at all times an employee is available who is competent to either(a) administer a child's medication as instructed by the child's parent or required by the child's record or care plan, or(b) if, by the parent's instructions or under the child's care plan, the child is permitted to self-administer the medication, supervise the administration of a child's medication.(4) A licensee must ensure that an employee who supervises a child who self-administers medication documents the administration of the medication in the child's care plan.[am. 14.] (1) A licensee must establish a program to instruct children in, and to practise the rules of, health and hygiene.(2) A licensee must ensure that any surface used for food preparation, storage or consumption is not used for changing diapers.

16.] (1) A licensee must immediately notify a parent or emergency contact if, while under the care or supervision of the licensee, the child(a) becomes ill or is injured, or(b) is involved in, or may have been involved in, a reportable incident described in Schedule H.(1.1) In the case of a licensee who provides a care program described as Child-minding, the parent to be notified under subsection (1) is the parent who is on the premises on which the child-minding service operates.(2) A licensee must notify the medical health officer within 24 hours after(a) a child is involved in, or may have been involved in, a reportable incident described in Schedule H while under the care or supervision of the licensee, or(b) it comes to the attention of the licensee that a child enrolled in the community care facility has a reportable communicable disease as listed in Schedule A or B of the Health Act Communicable Disease Regulation, B. 7 (a).](f) evidence that the person has complied with the Province's immunization and tuberculosis control programs.(2) A licensee must not employ a person in a community care facility unless the licensee is satisfied, based on the information available to the licensee under subsection (1) and the licensee's or, in the case of an employee who is not the manager, the manager's own observations on meeting the person, that the person(a) is of good character,(b) has the personality, ability and temperament necessary to manage or work with children, and(c) has the training and experience and demonstrates the skills necessary to carry out the duties assigned to the manager or employee.(3) Without limiting subsection (2), if the duties of an employee include care for a child who requires extra support, a licensee must ensure that the employee has the training and experience and demonstrates the skills necessary to care for that child.(4) A licensee must not employ a person in a community care facility as(a) an educator or an assistant unless the person holds a certificate issued under Division 2 , which must be verified by the licensee using a system established and maintained by the director of the early childhood educator registry, or(b) a responsible adult unless the person has the qualifications required under Division 2.(5) Despite this section, a licensee may employ a person as a volunteer who does not provide care to children or supervise children if the licensee or the manager has first met with the person and obtained all of the following:(a) a criminal record check for the person;(b) character references in respect of the person;(c) evidence that the person has complied with the Province's immunization and tuberculosis control programs.[am. (1) The director may issue an early childhood educator certificate to a person who does all of the following:(a) submits an application to the director;(b) has successfully completed, through an educational institution recognized for the purposes of this section in Schedule D, a basic early childhood education training program;(c) provides a written reference from the educator who supervised the work experience referred to in paragraph (d) stating that the person is personally satisfied, from his or her own observations of the applicant, that the applicant is competent(i) in the areas of child development, guidance, health and safety and nutrition,(ii) to develop and implement an early childhood education curriculum, and(iii) with respect to the fostering of positive relationships with children under the care of the applicant, the families of children and with co-workers;(d) provides proof of(i) having completed, within the previous 5 years, at least 500 hours of work experience relevant to early childhood education, or(ii) sufficient child care experience, completed within the previous 5 years, that the director is satisfied that the applicant has become competent in the matters set out in paragraph (c);(e) demonstrates to the satisfaction of the director that the applicant(i) is of good character,(ii) has the personality, ability and temperament necessary to manage or work with children, and(iii) has the training and experience and demonstrates the skills necessary to be an educator.(2) For the purposes of subsection (1) (c), the director may accept a reference from a person who holds qualifications recognized in another jurisdiction of Canada that the director considers to be at least equivalent to that of an educator.[am.