Health & Safety

Asthma is a chronic health condition affecting two in five children. It is the major cause of childhood admission to hospital. While an average of two people dies in Victoria each week from asthma, many of these deaths are preventable. Community education and correct management will assist to minimise the impact.

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LEL has a duty of care to provide all person’s with a safe and healthy environment. A dangerous product is any chemical, substance or material that can cause potential harm, injury or illness to persons or damage to the services’ environment.

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Hygiene practices are essential for the effective management of children’s health. Young children’s immune systems are not fully developed. A group setting environment potentially places additional strain on contagious conditions.

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LEL is committed to child protection and child safe environments. Children are the most vulnerable members of our community. They do not have the power to stop abuse. They rely on others to help them.

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At LEL we have a duty of care to educate our families and children about dental care. Effective dental and oral care is important for a child’s health and wellbeing. Care of the teeth and mouth often begins at home, however staff can play a significant role in either supporting or introducing strategies for dental care in child care and at home. Effective dental health for children is closely related to the development of healthy adult teeth.

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Lili’s Early Learning has a duty of care to ensure all persons are provided with a high level of protection during the hours of the services operation.

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It is policy of this centre that gloves be worn with certain routines and in situations throughout the day to prevent cross contamination.

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Effective clothing and comfort strategies, including sun protection clothing and individual comforters, are important factors in ensuring a child feels secure and safe in a child care environment.

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