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Learn safety tips for all food types. Also find information to protect those who are vulnerable to food poisoning, including facts on food allergies and recalls
This site includes various community and family action guides relating to kids' safety, including playground safety, rollerblading, swimming, ice skating, skateboarding, and head injury prevention guidelines, as well as presentation guidelines for practitioners wishing to present these guidelines.
Policy, Purpose, Scope, Responsiblity, Definitions, References and Related Policies and Procedures, Procedure.
Section 7.0 Health and Safety 7.1 Health and Safety Responsibilities 7.2 Reporting Hazardous Materials 7.3 Hazardous Materials 7.4 Right to Refuse 7.5 Inspections 7.6 Personal Protective Equipment
Section 2.0 Supervision and Safety 2.1.1 Crisis Management Procedures 2.1.2 Reporting Emergency Situations 2.1.3 First-Aid Kits 2.1.4 Equipment and Supply Checks 2.1.5 Telephone Access 2.1.6 Releasing Children and Youth to Adults Other than Parents 2.1.7 Safe Arrival Program (Under Development)
Various safety guidelines, procedures, policies from Girls Inc., which provides life-skills education and mentoring programs for girls, including an After School program.  Program Transportation Walking Guidelines: Description and guidelines for a walking program, developed to provide safety in a high violence area for girls being picked up and brought to the program and then being delivered home at the end of the program. Incident-Accident Report: Form that must be completed in the event of an incident / accident at Girls Inc. Site Health and Safety Policy: Notes procedures...
This site houses Ontario's Road Safety Education resource developed in partnership between the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO), and the Ontario Physical and Health Education Association (Ophea). Four resources were developed for the following grade divisions: Kindergarten to Grade 3 (Primary) Grade 4 to 6 (Junior) Grade 7 to 8 (Intermediate) Grade 9-12 (Senior) Each resource includes valuable division level information, cross-curricular lesson plans, as well as a community engagement toolkit. This site is searchable by available topics, as well as individual lesson plans.
This guide is divided into four sections to help injury stakeholders promote good practice in planning and implementing strategies to address child injury. SECTION 1: Introduces the concept of good practice and discusses general approaches for policy and programs in the areas of child injury prevention and safety promotion.SECTION 2: Provides a series of ‘at-a-glance’ tables that identify effective strategies (current good practice) in the following areas of child injury prevention and safety promotion: passenger safety pedestrian safety cyclist safety water safety fall prevention...
Includes information on safe food handling such as at Farmers' Markets and for food processors, fish and fish products, related legislation, and more. Includes a seven-minute video, Food Safety: It's in Everyone's Hands.