|· AB 2621 Effective 1596.819(a) Except as otherwise prohibited by law, the department shall post licensing information on its Internet Web site as follows: (1) For each child day care facility as defined in Section 1596.750, except family day care homes, the information shall include, but is not limited to, the name and address of the facility, the licensed capacity of the facility, the status of the license, and the number of site visits, including the number of citations, substantiated and inconclusive complaint inspections, and non-complaint inspections during the preceding five year period. (b) The department shall update the information posted under subdivision (a) on at least a monthly basis.|
· AB 2386 – Effective January 1, 2015 Health and Safety Code 1596.954 states: Every licensed child day care center shall have one or more carbon monoxide detectors in the facility that meet the standards established in Chapter 8 (commencing with Section 13260) of
· Part 2 of Division 12. The department shall account for the presence of these detectors during inspections.
Prior to licensure the following is needed:
1. Carbon monoxide detector (send picture for proof of correction)
2. Director needs 7 hour health and safety course scan copy
3. Need chain/lock for hot water tank under cabinet in classroom
The licensee stated "The facility provides Incidental Medical Services - IMS. LPA reviewed storage of medication, equipment/supplies. At this time, there were no children's/staffs records for review". The licensee was informed that she has 30 days to submit the IMS-PO to LPA. The room change application will be submitted for approval with a maximum capacity of 35, once all corrections have been received. An exit interview was conducted and a copy of this report was provided to the licensee, Amanda Carlson on this date. A copy of this report must be made available to the public for 3 years.