LIC 00 (8/17) – Conversion to Resource Family: Release of Information · LIC 00A . LIC A (6/05) – Emergency Disaster Plan For Family Child Care Homes. HOME EVACUATION – Some emergencies require evacuation of the home. Review the safest way to exit rooms. Be sure that exit doors are not locked from the. included as an attachment to the Emergency Disaster Plan (LIC , LIC A, and LIC A –. Spanish), and be made accessible to the public. This checklist.

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Oh, I like that one. We all hope we never experience a disaster or emergency. You will need emergency plans for your child care facility in the event of sudden and catastrophic events. CCLD has tools to help you plan your response. Community Care Licensing Representative 1: Licensing regulations require you to submit a written disaster plan identifying what you will do to keep children safe during an emergency.

Community Care Licensing Representative 2: These plans require you to consider the following. How will you evacuate the children in case of an emergency? And where will you take the children if you cannot return to your facility immediately? In recent years, child care programs have sustained major disaster-related damage requiring temporary closure, evacuation, and relocation of children. Facilities that appropriately prepare and plan for emergencies will be better able to protect lives and property should a catastrophic event occur.

What are the three types of disasters to consider when developing my emergency plan? The three types of disasters are fires, floods, and earthquakes.

Fires may break out in your facility or in an adjacent building or approach from a nearby forest or other fuel source. Flooding may occur in your building from a break in a water main or a leaky roof or immediately outside your building from the flooding of a river or other body of water.


Earthquakes may cause minor damage to your facility or major and widespread damage to your neighborhood and city and also fires and floods. On a bulletin board, an evacuation plan is posted. Evacuation means everyone leaves the building.

There are no exceptions. Your evacuation plan will include marked exits, and may include fire escapes. During a drill, teachers and children file out of the classroom, then do a roll call outside. It is best practice for the safety of 610z children in your care to do roll call.

Consider a face-to-name roll call to ensure you have all children in your care at all times. How do I establish temporary relocation sites in the event of an emergency? You should have identified and received advance permission to use relocation sites.

Licensing requires at least two. Some examples of sites used for temporary relocation include:.

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The families of every child in your care should be informed in advance of where your relocation sites are since it may be impossible to contact families directly during an emergency. How do I plan for sheltering children and staff at my facility? In some emergency situations, it may be safer to stay put than to leave.

How do I meet Licensing regulations regarding disaster planning? First, consult the CCLD website and review the regulations specific to disaster planning. The forms briefly appear as the host names them. For centers, the form is optional, but the plan shall be in writing and readily available. Due to the specific threat of earthquakes in California, you are also required to submit an earthquake preparedness checklist, form LICwith your plan. And this will help ensure everyone is prepared, including parents.


If anything happens that causes you to alter your plan, submit an updated form to Community Care Licensing. You need to conduct a disaster drill at least every 6 months. Adults and children who are old enough should know their duties during drills and emergencies.

Everyone at your facility should participate in the drill, including infants and non-ambulatory children. Roll call liic be done before and immediately after the drill, and for a final time once everyone is back in your facility. Your challenge, once licensed, will be to maintain disaster preparedness, though we hope you will never need to implement an emergency plan. Here are some key points from this video to assist you in planning.

You must complete an Emergency Disaster Plan, which will help you be prepared for lid such as earthquakes, floods, and fires. At a minimum, conduct emergency drills every 6 months with children and staff.


Make sure to document that you completed the drill, and include the date. For additional information on preparing for disasters, please go to the CCLD website.

It is important you remain alert 610w vigilant at all times to ensure that children in your care are safe and accounted for if such a disaster should strike.

Some resources you may want to use for more information are:.