Just Kids Child Development Center
120 Shavers-Johnson Street
Danville, VA 24540
Current Inspector: Rebecca Forestier (540) 309-2835
Inspection Date: Nov. 3, 2016
Complaint Related: No
- Areas Reviewed:
22VAC40-185 STAFF QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING.
22VAC40-185 PHYSICAL PLANT.
22VAC40-185 STAFFING AND SUPERVISION.
22VAC40-185 SPECIAL CARE PROVISIONS AND EMERGENCIES.
22VAC40-185 SPECIAL SERVICES.
22VAC40-80 THE LICENSE.
22VAC40-191 Background Checks (22VAC40-191)
An unannounced monitoring inspection was completed on 11/3/16. There were 16 toddler and preschool age children present with four staff directly supervising and three administrative staff present. Four children's records and three staff records were reviewed. The inspector arrived at the center at 9:15 am and departed at 1:30 pm. The children were observed during outside time, during departure and return back from a field trip, during lunch, and during nap. One emergency medication was observed. The following was discussed with the director/owner: other inspections covering the Violation Notice, daily schedules including ensuring there is not more than three hours in between meals even on field trip days, use of paper towels to dry tables instead of a rag used multiple times, the requirements for the driver disclosure statement, upcoming updates of background checks and TB tests for staff, Phase II attendance for the other staff required by the Special Order.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-160-C Description: Based on record review, the center failed to ensure that one of one staff who needed an updated TB test had an update within two years of the last test. Evidence: 1. The dates of the TB tests for staff #1 were 9/18/14 and 10/7/16. The updated test was more than two years from the initial. Plan of Correction: For future, there is a computer software system that will be used to alert administration within 30 days of updates. The administrative staff will then inform the staff 30 days in advance.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-280-G Description: Based on observation, the center failed to ensure that substitute containers used for hazardous substances were labeled to clearly indicate their contents. Evidence: 1. There was a generic spray bottle locked in a cabinet in the lunch room area that had a yellowish sudsy liquid in it. There was no label as to the contents. Plan of Correction: The director identified the substance as soap and water solution. The director labeled the spray bottle during the inspection. For future, the director intends to use the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) to label each substitute container.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-440-B Description: Based on observation, there were six cots of 16 that were to be used on the date of the inspection that were not identified by use for a specific child. Evidence: 1. There were no labels on cots that identified the child's name or a number assigned to a child's name on three cots. 2. There were two cots with the same child's name. One was to be used by the child whose name was on the cot. The other was to be used by a different child. 3. There were two cots with a name on them but the child did not attend the program. These two cots were to be used by a different child than the name that was on the cot. Plan of Correction: This was corrected during the inspection. The director/owner labeled the cots with the children's names. For future, the staff will check the cots on Friday of each week to ensure all cots are labeled correctly.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-540-C Description: Based on observation, the center failed to ensure that two of three first aid kits in the vans used for transportation contained all required items. Evidence: 1. The first aid kit in the Dodge van (#5) used for the field trip was missing assorted band-aids. 2. The first aid kit in the Ford Van used daily for school transportation was missing a thermometer. Plan of Correction: The required items will be added to the first aid kits today. For future, the first aid kits will be checked by each driver for each van on Mondays of every week. Any items needed will be reported to the director and replenished on the day reported.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-550-H Description: Based on observation and interview with a driver, the center failed to ensure that there was a complete emergency plan for three of three vans used regularly for transportation. Evidence: 1. All three vans were missing the following: potential shelter locations for sites frequently visited, evacuation routes for sites frequently visited, hospitals for sites frequently visited. The vans did have the routes to the schools on the vans. The center frequently takes field trips to go swimming and skating. Plan of Correction: The plans will be developed by the front desk manager and added to each binder for each van. The emergency plans will be checked by each driver monthly to ensure the plans are complete. The director will review this periodically to ensure they are complete.
Standard #: 22VAC40-185-560-F-4 Description: Based on observation and interview with the director, the center failed to ensure that children three years of age were not offered foods considered to be potential choking hazards. Evidence: 1. There were six three year old children observed eating lunch. The lunch consisted of hot dogs. All of the six three year old children were served whole hot dogs which are considered a potential choking hazard. Plan of Correction: The director understood the requirement for hot dogs to be cut for children under three years of age. In the future, the director will remove hot dogs from the menu until further training is acquired.
Standard #: 22VAC40-80-120-E-5 Description: REPEAT VIOLATION Based on observation, the center failed to ensure that the notice of the Commissioner's intent to take an action enumerated in subdivisions B1-B6 of the Code of Virginia section 63.2-1709.2 was posted in a prominent place at each public entrance of the facility to advise consumers of serious or persistent violations. Evidence: 1. The Notice of Intent (NOI) to place the licensee on probation and to mandate training that was dated 7/25/16 and received by the facility on 7/28/16 was not posted at the facility. Plan of Correction: This was corrected during the inspection. The director will ensure that the NOI remains posted for the year of probation.
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