Deep Creek Baptist Church
250 Mill Creek Parkway
Chesapeake, VA 23323
VDSS Contact: Trisha Brown (757) 404-2601
Inspection Date: Dec. 4, 2018
Complaint Related: No
- Areas Reviewed:
22VAC40-665 PHYSICAL PLANT
- Technical Assistance:
Today we discussed the storage of potentially harmful substances and the requirement that these items be kept in a locked area where children are not able to access them. Within 90 days of signing the vendor subsidy agreement, all staff must have current CPR and First Aid Training as well as documentation of completing the Virginia Preservice Training. Today we discussed precautions (locks or locked doors) to ensure children cannot access / open the top loading freezers located in several areas that children do not normally utilize, but could access if precautions are not in place. ? New subsidy requirements became effective on October 17, 2018. 1. A written policy and procedure to ensure care by consistent staff. 2. Additional information documented in the center's emergency preparedness plan to address procedures for the continuity of operations to ensure that essential functions are maintained during an emergency. ? The facility is to review the new requirements and work with their assigned inspector to ensure future compliance
An announced Initial Subsidy Health and Safety inspection was conducted from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. At the time of entrance, the following adult to child ratios were observed: Downstairs Room Six: 9 children, 3 years old, with 2 staff Room Seven: 9 children, 3 years old, with 2 staff Room Twelve: 10 children, 4 years old, with 2 staff Room Eight: 8 children, 3 years old, with 1 staff Room Nine : 10 children, 3 years old, with 1 staff Room Ten: 9 children, 4 years old, with 2 staff Room Eleven: 9 children, 4 years old, with 1staff Upstairs Room One: 9 children, 4 years old, with 1 staff Room Two: 10 children, 4 years old, with 2 staff Room Ten: 10 children, 5 to 6 years old, with 1 staff Room Nine: 10 children, 5 to 6 years old, with 1 staff The records sample size consisted of 5 children?s records and 10 staff records. Children were observed playing in learning centers, creating art, building with a variety of materials, being read to from children's literature, playing group games, playing gross motor games in the gymnasium, playing on the outdoor play areas, engaged in sensory activities and in small group learning experiences. Hand washing and restroom procedures were observed today. Medication is administered to children by MAT staff (medication administration training). Medication storage, written authorization and required documentation was reviewed for a sampling of 4 medications kept at the center. A sampling of incident reports for minor injuries were reviewed. Transportation was not observed during today's inspection. However, children are transported during the summer for planned outings and field trips. Requirements regarding transportation were reviewed. The required documentation and awareness of food allergies were reviewed today. Areas of non-compliance are identified on the violation notice. Thank you for your time during today's inspection. Please do not hesitate to contact me if I may be of assistance.
Standard #: 22VAC40-665-620-A Description: Based on observation, the vendor did not ensure that all hazardous substances are kept in a locked place using a safe locking method that prevents access by children. Evidence: Small pump bottles of Hand Sanitizer were observed sitting on a desk surface at a height accessible to the children in room 9 and room 10. There were 10 children, 5 to 6 years of age, in each classroom with one staff at the time that the hand sanitizer was observed on the desk. The hand sanitizer bottles are labeled "keep out of reach of children" and has additional warnings about contacting a physician or poison control if ingested due to the high alcohol content. Plan of Correction: These items were relocated to areas not accessible to the children during the inspection. The program administrator stated that she will purchase locking mechanisms to secure these and any other items which are potentially hazardous to the children in care. They will be installed by Monday, 12/10/18.
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