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ECD 135 Ch. 3-4

ECD Ch. 3-4 Review

Regulations Recommendations that are made a requirement by law
Multi-use facility early childhood education environment that may be used for other functions
Risk management a way to minimize the chance that danger may occur
Accessory how something happened
Accessory a physical or environmental hazard
Accessory lack of safety device
Hot water temperature should be sent to 120 degrees or less
35 Recommended square feet of indoor space per child
Poisoning can occur by ingestion,injection and inhalation
Number 1 cause of fire-related deaths to children playing with matches or lighters
Reactions to toxic plants nausea, skin reactions, burning and irritation to mouth, tongue and lips
Common indoor accidents are related to falls, choking, burns, drowning, poisoning
Outdoor early childhood environments should be hazard-free
Supportive environment little traffic, no noise pollutions, little rist for children's safety
Neighborhood risks include heavy traffic and people who do not belong coming in and out of the area
Created by: PamMcIntyre