Have all emergency supplies (first aid kit, emergency evacuation bag, shelter in place kits, emergency records, etc.) in place and updated, (freeman, decker, & decker, 2017).

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Dec 8, 2022


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You will identify 5 PAS Scale Items (there are 25) that you would like to focus upon. Your 5 items must come from at least 3 different subscales(there are 10).
For each item you will:
List all of the criteria indicated at the 7th level
Write a 1 page analysis and explanation of why this item is a high quality indicator and what would be the benefits of fulfilling these criteria.
Your write-up must be connected to resources – the text, videos, articles…etc. You will have at least 5 references (APA style) in your explanation.
Provide 5 practical ideas for how an administrator may fulfill the required criteria. Include a reference for each (APA style)
References Page
***** EXAMPLE*****
#8 Risk Management
Center Operations

Excellent (7) Level Indicators
The written risk management plan is reviewed annually.
A system is in place to ensure that necessary medical information is available to all teaching staff (including substitute teachers).
A system is in place to ensure that emergency drills occur as planned.
The center annually provides certification training on CPR and First Aid for staff.

Analysis/ Explanation of the Item
As an administrator or educator in an early childhood education program, your most important and first responsibility is to keep children safe and protect them from harm. There are so many parts to safety and risk management, but without it there would be no program!
Some of these responsibilities include but are not limited to: nutrition, physical health activity, dental health, the health and safety of the environment that the children are in (both indoor and outdoor), and managing emergency situations (Freeman, Decker, & Decker, 2017) . You must also keep in mind of special needs children as they may have a few more or different responsibilities to remember. Not only do you have to worry about implementing these standards, but being positive about the subject and educating the children how to be safe and take care of themselves. (Freeman, Decker, & Decker, 2017)
“It is important to classify your risks and document them so they can be constantly evaluated and the changes monitored” (Cortuccio, 2014, p 17). Logical classifications of risk include financial/budgetary risks, human resources risks, property risks and liability risks. For the non-risk manager types, this needs to be a very thought provoking experience.” (Corluccio,2014) ….

5 Practical Ideas
Have all emergency supplies (first aid kit, emergency evacuation bag, shelter in place kits, emergency records, etc.) in place and updated, (Freeman, Decker, & Decker, 2017).
Routine emergency drills planned and performed with varying dates and times to give all staff and children opportunity to participate (Corluccio, 2014)
A staff member trained in CPR and first aid must be present in each classroom at all times. (NAEYC, 2018)
Emergency kit and clipboard taken on all emergencies (NAEYC, 2018)
Review all risk management policies and procedures with staff regularly (Freeman, Decker, & Decker, 2017).


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