CHAPTER 747. MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR CHILD-CARE HOMES  


SUBCHAPTER A. PURPOSE, SCOPE, AND DEFINITIONS
DIVISION 1. PURPOSE
§ 747.101. What is the purpose of this chapter?
DIVISION 2. SCOPE
§ 747.111. What types of operations do these minimum standards apply to?
§ 747.113. What is a registered child-care home?
§ 747.115. What is a licensed child-care home?
§ 747.117. Who is responsible for complying with these minimum standards?
DIVISION 3. DEFINITIONS
§ 747.121. What do certain pronouns mean when used in this chapter?
§ 747.123. What do certain words and terms mean when used in this chapter?
SUBCHAPTER B. ADMINISTRATION AND COMMUNICATION
DIVISION 1. PRIMARY CAREGIVER RESPONSIBILITIES
§ 747.201. Who is a primary caregiver?
§ 747.203. As the primary caregiver, may I leave someone else in charge if I cannot be home during all hours of operation?
§ 747.205. Must I be present at my child-care home during all hours of operation?
§ 747.207. What are my responsibilities as the primary caregiver?
DIVISION 2. REQUIRED NOTIFICATIONS
§ 747.301. What changes regarding my child-care home must I notify Licensing about before making the change?
§ 747.303. What other situations require notification to Licensing?
§ 747.305. What emergency and medical situations must I notify parents about?
DIVISION 3. REQUIRED POSTINGS
§ 747.401. What records must I post at my child-care home during hours of operation?
§ 747.403. What telephone numbers must I post and where must I post them?
DIVISION 4. OPERATIONAL POLICIES
§ 747.501. What written operational policies must I have?
§ 747.503. Must I provide parents with a copy of my operational polices?
§ 747.505. What must I do when I change an operational policy or an item in the enrollment agreement?
SUBCHAPTER C. RECORD KEEPING
DIVISION 1. RECORDS OF CHILDREN
§ 747.601. Who has the right to access children's records?
§ 747.603. What records must I have for the children in my care and how long must I keep them?
§ 747.605. What admission information must I obtain for each child?
§ 747.607. Must the child's parent sign the admission information?
§ 747.609. Must I update the admission information?
§ 747.611. Must I have a health statement for children in my care?
§ 747.613. What immunizations must a child in my care have?
§ 747.615. What exemptions or exceptions are there concerning immunization requirements?
§ 747.623. What documentation is acceptable for an immunization record?
§ 747.627. Must I maintain immunization and health records on children in my care that are related to me?
§ 747.629. Must children in my care have a tuberculosis (TB) examination?
§ 747.631. Must children in my registered child-care home have vision and hearing screening?
§ 747.633. Must children in my licensed child-care home have vision and hearing screening?
§ 747.635. Must I keep attendance records or a sign-in and sign-out log for children in my care?
DIVISION 2. RECORDS OF ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS
§ 747.701. Must I keep a written record of accidents and injuries that occur at my child-care home?
§ 747.705. Must someone from my child-care home sign the Incident/Illness Report form?
§ 747.707. Must I share a copy of the Incident/Illness Report form with the child's parent?
§ 747.709. Where must I file the Incident/Illness Report form and how long must I keep it?
DIVISION 3. RECORDS THAT MUST BE KEPT ON FILE AT THE CHILD-CARE HOME
§ 747.801. What records must I keep at my child-care home?
§ 747.803. How long must I keep records at my child-care home?
DIVISION 4. RECORDS ON CAREGIVERS AND HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
§ 747.901. What information must I maintain in my personnel records?
§ 747.903. Must I keep records for my household members who are counted in the child/caregiver ratio?
§ 747.905. What records must I keep for my household members who are not counted in the child/caregiver ratio?
§ 747.909. What records must I maintain on myself?
§ 747.911. Must I maintain attendance records or time sheets on caregivers that assist me?
§ 747.913. How long must I keep the required records on caregivers and household members?
§ 747.915. May Licensing access my records?
§ 747.917. May I keep electronic records or a combination of paper and electronic records, and what procedures must I have for these records?
SUBCHAPTER D. PERSONNEL
DIVISION 1. PRIMARY CAREGIVER QUALIFICATIONS FOR A REGISTERED CHILD-CARE HOME
§ 747.1001. Who is required to meet the qualifications specified in this division?
§ 747.1003. When must I meet qualifications to be a primary caregiver?
§ 747.1005. May I have more than one primary caregiver for my child-care home?
§ 747.1007. What qualifications must I meet to be the primary caregiver of a registered child-care home?
§ 747.1013. What if I am younger than 21 years old but I want to be registered?
§ 747.1015. Does education received outside of the United States count toward primary caregiver qualifications?
DIVISION 2. PRIMARY CAREGIVER QUALIFICATIONS FOR A LICENSED CHILD-CARE HOME
§ 747.1101. Who is required to meet the qualifications specified in this division?
§ 747.1103. When must I meet qualifications to be a primary caregiver?
§ 747.1105. May I have more than one primary caregiver for my licensed child-care home?
§ 747.1107. What qualifications must I meet to be the primary caregiver of a licensed child-care home?
§ 747.1113. What constitutes experience in a licensed child-care center, or in a licensed or registered child-care home?
§ 747.1115. May other types of experience be substituted for the required experience in a licensed child-care center, or in a licensed or registered child-care home?
§ 747.1117. Can Licensing verify whether someone has sufficient experience in a licensed child-care center, or in a licensed or registered child-care home?
§ 747.1119. What credit courses does Licensing recognize as child development?
§ 747.1121. What credit courses does Licensing recognize as management?
§ 747.1123. What documentation must I provide to show that I meet the child development and management education qualifications for a primary caregiver?
§ 747.1129. May I substitute clock hours or CEUs for any of the educational requirements in this division?
§ 747.1131. What additional documentation must I submit to show I am qualified to be a primary caregiver of a licensed child-care home?
§ 747.1137. Does education received outside of the United States substitute for primary caregiver qualifications?
§ 747.1139. Will Licensing keep the original training certificates and college transcripts I submit to obtain a Licensing Child-Care Director's Certificate?
§ 747.1141. What if Licensing determines I do not meet minimum standard qualifications?
§ 747.1143. Will I receive a certificate verifying that I meet qualifications?
§ 747.1145. Will the Child-Care Director's Certificate expire?
§ 747.1147. How often must an expiring Child-Care Director's Certificate be renewed?
§ 747.1149. What happens if my Child-Care Director's Certificate expires?
§ 747.1151. Does Licensing charge a fee for issuing the director's certificate?
§ 747.1153. Can I get a replacement Child-Care Director's Certificate?
DIVISION 3. ASSISTANT AND SUBSTITUTE CAREGIVERS
§ 747.1201. What types of caregivers may I use in my child-care home?
§ 747.1203. What is the difference between an assistant caregiver and a substitute caregiver?
§ 747.1207. What minimum qualifications must an assistant caregiver meet?
§ 747.1209. What minimum qualifications must a substitute caregiver meet?
§ 747.1211. When may I employ a person under the age of 18 or a person who does not have a high school diploma or equivalent as a caregiver?
§ 747.1213. Does education received outside of the United States count toward caregiver qualifications?
DIVISION 4. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
§ 747.1301. What must orientation for caregivers at my child-care home include?
§ 747.1303. What training must I ensure that my caregivers have within certain timeframes?
§ 747.1305. What areas of training must the annual training for substitute and assistant caregivers cover?
§ 747.1309. What areas of training must the annual training for the primary caregiver cover?
§ 747.1311. When must the annual training be obtained?
§ 747.1313. Who must have pediatric first-aid and pediatric CPR training?
§ 747.1314. What additional training must an employee and caregiver have if the home transports children?
§ 747.1315. Must child-care training meet certain criteria?
§ 747.1317. Does Licensing approve training resources or trainers for training hours?
§ 747.1319. If I am attending, or I have a caregiver who is attending, a college or Child Development Associate/Certified Child-Care Professional credential program, may I count these clock hours toward the annual training requirement?
§ 747.1321. If I hire a caregiver that received training at another operation, may these hours count towards the annual training requirement at my child-care home?
§ 747.1327. What documentation must I provide to Licensing to verify that caregivers have met training requirements?
DIVISION 5. HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS, VOLUNTEERS, AND PEOPLE WHO OFFER CONTRACTED SERVICES
§ 747.1401. Must members of my household meet specific qualifications?
§ 747.1403. What must orientation for household members at my child-care home include?
§ 747.1405. What are the minimum qualifications and training requirements for volunteers or any other person under contract with the home?
DIVISION 6. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CAREGIVERS AND HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
§ 747.1501. What general responsibilities do caregivers have in my child-care home?
§ 747.1503. What does Licensing mean by "supervise children at all times"?
SUBCHAPTER E. CHILD/CAREGIVER RATIOS AND GROUP SIZES
DIVISION 1. DETERMINING CHILD/CAREGIVER RATIOS AND GROUP SIZES
§ 747.1601. What is child/caregiver ratio?
§ 747.1603. How do I determine child/caregiver ratio?
§ 747.1605. May I ever care for more than 12 children in my registered or licensed child-care home?
§ 747.1607. May I reduce the number of caregivers supervising children during naptime?
§ 747.1609. May I adjust the child/caregiver ratio when I am opening and closing my child-care home?
DIVISION 2. REGULAR RATIOS AND GROUP SIZES IN THE REGISTERED CHILD-CARE HOME
§ 747.1701. How many children may I care for in my registered child-care home?
§ 747.1703. If I have an additional caregiver present to supervise children in my registered child-care home, may I care for more children?
DIVISION 3. REGULAR RATIOS AND GROUP SIZES IN THE LICENSED CHILD-CARE HOME
§ 747.1801. How many children may I care for in my licensed child-care home?
§ 747.1803. If I have an additional caregiver present to supervise children in my licensed child-care home, may I care for more children?
§ 747.1805. Must I limit the ages of children in care if there are three or more caregivers present?
DIVISION 4. RATIOS FOR FIELD TRIPS
§ 747.1901. Do I need additional caregivers when I take children away from my licensed or registered child-care home for field trips or walks?
§ 747.1903. If I provide transportation, how many caregivers must I have in the vehicle to supervise the children?
DIVISION 5. RATIOS FOR WATER ACTIVITIES
§ 747.2001. Must I have additional caregivers for wading/splashing activities?
§ 747.2005. What are the child/caregiver ratios for swimming activities?
§ 747.2009. Must I have a certified lifeguard on duty when children are swimming in more than two feet of water?
§ 747.2011. May I count the certified lifeguard in the child/caregiver ratio?
§ 747.2013. Must persons who are counted in the child/caregiver ratio during swimming know how to swim?
§ 747.2015. May I include volunteers or household members who do not meet minimum qualifications for caregivers in the child/caregiver ratio for water activities?
§ 747.2017. Must I have additional caregivers for sprinkler play?
SUBCHAPTER F. DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES AND ACTIVITY PLAN
§ 747.2101. Must I provide planned activities for the children in my child-care home?
§ 747.2103. What must the activity plan include?
§ 747.2105. May I use TV/video, computer, and video games for activities with children?
§ 747.2107. Am I required to have a written activity plan?
SUBCHAPTER H. BASIC CARE REQUIREMENTS FOR INFANTS
§ 747.2301. What are the basic care requirements for infants?
§ 747.2303. How must I arrange the space where I care for infants?
§ 747.2305. What furnishings and equipment must I have available for infants?
§ 747.2307. Must the equipment I use for infants be equipped with safety straps?
§ 747.2309. What specific safety requirements must my cribs meet?
§ 747.2311. Are play yards allowed?
§ 747.2313. Are stacking wall cribs allowed?
§ 747.2315. What specific types of equipment am I prohibited from using with infants?
§ 747.2317. What activities must I provide for infants?
§ 747.2319. Are there specific requirements for feeding infants?
§ 747.2321. What written, feeding instructions must I obtain for an infant not ready for table food?
§ 747.2323. Must I provide a regularly scheduled naptime for infants?
§ 747.2325. How long are infants allowed to remain in their cribs after awakening?
§ 747.2326. May I allow infants to sleep in a restrictive device?
§ 747.2327. Are infants required to sleep on their backs?
§ 747.2328. May I swaddle an infant to help the infant sleep?
§ 747.2329. If an infant has difficulty falling asleep, may I cover the infant's head or crib?
§ 747.2331. Must I share a daily report with parents for each infant in my care?
SUBCHAPTER I. BASIC CARE REQUIREMENTS FOR TODDLERS
§ 747.2401. What are the basic care requirements for toddlers?
§ 747.2403. How must I arrange the space where I care for toddlers?
§ 747.2405. What furnishings and equipment must I provide for toddlers?
§ 747.2407. What activities must I provide for toddlers?
SUBCHAPTER J. BASIC CARE REQUIREMENTS FOR PRE-KINDERGARTEN AGE CHILDREN
§ 747.2501. What are the basic care requirements for pre-kindergarten age children?
§ 747.2503. How must I arrange the space used by pre-kindergarten age children?
§ 747.2505. What furnishings and equipment must I provide for pre-kindergarten age children?
§ 747.2507. What activities must I provide for pre-kindergarten age children?
SUBCHAPTER K. BASIC CARE REQUIREMENTS FOR SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN
§ 747.2601. What basic care requirements must I provide for school-age children?
§ 747.2603. How must I arrange the space used by school-age children?
§ 747.2605. What furnishings and equipment must I provide for school-age children?
§ 747.2607. What activities must I provide for school-age children?
SUBCHAPTER L. DISCIPLINE
§ 747.2703. What methods of discipline and guidance may I use?
§ 747.2705. What types of discipline and guidance or punishment are prohibited?
SUBCHAPTER M. NAPTIME
§ 747.2801. Must children have a naptime every day?
§ 747.2803. How long may the nap or rest period last each day?
§ 747.2805. Are children required to sleep during this time?
§ 747.2807. Must I provide an alternative activity for those children who cannot sleep?
§ 747.2809. Must I arrange the napping equipment in a specific manner?
§ 747.2811. May I lower the lighting in the room while children are sleeping?
SUBCHAPTER N. FIELD TRIPS
§ 747.2901. May I take children away from my child-care home for field trips?
§ 747.2903. Must I notify parents before I take a child away from my child-care home on a field trip?
SUBCHAPTER P. NIGHTTIME CARE
§ 747.3001. What is nighttime care?
§ 747.3003. May I provide nighttime care to children at my child-care home?
§ 747.3005. Must I stay awake while supervising children during nighttime care?
§ 747.3007. What are the building, furnishing, physical space, and equipment requirements for nighttime care?
§ 747.3009. Must I provide activities for children in nighttime care?
SUBCHAPTER Q. NUTRITION AND FOOD SERVICE
§ 747.3101. What are the basic requirements for snack and mealtimes?
§ 747.3103. How often must I feed children in my care?
§ 747.3105. How do I know what a child's daily food needs are?
§ 747.3107. What kind of foods must I serve for snacks?
§ 747.3109. May parents provide meals and/or snacks for their children instead of my child-care home providing them?
§ 747.3111. How do I meet the needs of children who require special diets or do not want to eat foods I serve?
§ 747.3113. Must I post and maintain daily menus?
§ 747.3115. May I serve powdered milk?
§ 747.3116. May I serve fruit or vegetable juices?
§ 747.3117. What general requirements apply to food service and preparation?
§ 747.3119. Must I serve meals family style?
§ 747.3121. Are children allowed to use toothbrushes after meal and snack times?
SUBCHAPTER R. HEALTH PRACTICES
DIVISION 1. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
§ 747.3201. Must my child-care home have an annual sanitation inspection?
§ 747.3203. What steps must I take to ensure a healthy environment for children at my child-care home?
§ 747.3209. May I use a dishwasher or washing machine to sanitize items at my child-care home?
§ 747.3211. When must caregivers wash their hands?
§ 747.3213. When must children wash their hands?
§ 747.3215. How must children and caregivers wash their hands?
§ 747.3216. May I use hand sanitizer as a substitute for washing hands?
§ 747.3217. How must I wash an infant's hands?
§ 747.3219. Must I have hot water for hand washing?
§ 747.3221. Must caregivers wear gloves when handling blood or bodily fluids containing blood?
§ 747.3223. Must I use a licensed exterminator to treat my child-care home for insects, rodents, or other pests?
§ 747.3225. Are there general precautions I must take when my child-care home is being treated for insects, rodents, or other pests?
§ 747.3227. May I use water from a private water supply instead of a public water supply for my child-care home?
§ 747.3229. May I use a septic system for sewage disposal?
DIVISION 2. DIAPER CHANGING
§ 747.3301. What steps must I follow for diaper changing?
§ 747.3303. What equipment must I have for diaper changing?
§ 747.3307. What must I do to prevent the spread of germs when diapering children?
DIVISION 3. ILLNESS AND INJURY
§ 747.3401. What type of illness would prohibit a child from attending the child-care home?
§ 747.3403. What communicable diseases would exclude a child from attending my child-care home?
§ 747.3405. What if a child becomes ill while in care?
§ 747.3406. When may a child who was ill return to my child-care home?
§ 747.3407. How should I respond to an illness or injury that requires the immediate attention of a health-care professional?
§ 747.3409. What is a vaccine-preventable disease for the purpose of this division?
§ 747.3411. What must a policy for protecting children from vaccine-preventable diseases include?
SUBCHAPTER S. SAFETY PRACTICES
DIVISION 1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
§ 747.3501. What safety precautions must I take to protect children in my child-care home?
§ 747.3503. How can I ensure the safety of the children from other persons?
§ 747.3505. Are firearms or other weapons allowed at my child-care home?
§ 747.3507. May I have toys or other types of equipment that explode or shoot things?
DIVISION 2. MEDICATION AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
§ 747.3601. What does "medication" refer to in this division?
§ 747.3603. What authorization must I obtain before administering a medication to a child in my care?
§ 747.3605. How must I administer medication to a child in my care?
§ 747.3607. How must I store medication that I administer to a child?
§ 747.3609. How long may I keep the medication that I administer to a child?
§ 747.3611. Do I have to notify parents if I do not want to administer medications?
§ 747.3613. What is specialized medical assistance?
§ 747.3615. What are my requirements regarding specialized medical assistance?
§ 747.3617. What is a food allergy emergency plan?
§ 747.3619. When must I have a food allergy plan for a child?
DIVISION 3. ANIMALS AT MY CHILD-CARE HOME
§ 747.3701. What steps must I take to have animals at my child-care home or on field trips?
§ 747.3703. Must I keep documentation of vaccinations for the animals?
§ 747.3705. Must I prevent children from having contact with certain animals while at my child-care home?
DIVISION 4. FIRST-AID KITS
§ 747.3801. Must I have a first-aid kit at my child-care home?
§ 747.3803. What items must each first-aid kit contain?
DIVISION 5. RELEASE OF CHILDREN
§ 747.3901. Who may I release children to?
§ 747.3903. How does a caregiver verify the identity of a parent or a person a parent has designated to pick up the child?
DIVISION 6. PRODUCT SAFETY
§ 747.3931. What are "children's products?"
§ 747.3933. When is a children's product considered to be unsafe?
§ 747.3935. What are my responsibilities regarding unsafe children's products in my child-care home?
SUBCHAPTER T. PHYSICAL FACILITIES
DIVISION 1. INDOOR SPACE REQUIREMENTS
§ 747.4001. How many square feet of indoor useable activity space must I have for each child?
§ 747.4003. May I care for 12 children if I do not have 30 square feet of indoor useable activity space?
§ 747.4005. What does Licensing mean by "indoor useable activity space"?
§ 747.4007. Am I required to care for children younger than 18 months separately from older children?
§ 747.4009. Do the indoor useable activity space requirements in §747.4001 of this title (relating to How many square feet of indoor useable activity space must I have for each child?) apply to my home if it was registered or licensed before September 1, 2003?
§ 747.4011. How does Licensing determine the indoor useable activity space?
§ 747.4013. May other programs use my indoor useable activity space at the same time I have children in care?
§ 747.4015. May I care for children above or below ground level?
DIVISION 2. OUTDOOR SPACE REQUIREMENTS
§ 747.4101. How many square feet of outdoor activity space must I have?
§ 747.4103. Do the outdoor activity space requirements apply to my home if it was registered or licensed before September 1, 2003?
§ 747.4105. Must I fence the outdoor activity space area?
§ 747.4109. How many exits must I have from my fenced outdoor activity space area?
§ 747.4111. May I keep the gates leading into my outdoor activity area locked while children are in care?
§ 747.4113. Must the outdoor activity space area be connected to the child-care home?
§ 747.4115. Must I comply with additional requirements if my plan to use an outdoor activity area not connected to my child-care home is approved by Licensing?
§ 747.4117. May other programs use the outdoor activity space at my child-care home at the same time I have children in care?
DIVISION 3. TOILETS AND SINKS
§ 747.4201. How many sinks and toilets must I have for children's use?
§ 747.4203. Where must the sink and toilet be located for children's use?
§ 747.4205. Must I supply soap and disposable towels for children's use?
§ 747.4207. May potty-chairs be used?
§ 747.4209. Do I have to use toilets and sinks that are sized for children?
§ 747.4211. May the doors to the restrooms have locks on them?
DIVISION 4. FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT
§ 747.4301. Must I use child-sized tables and chairs for children?
§ 747.4303. Must I provide a cot or mat for each child to sleep or rest on?
§ 747.4305. Must I have storage for each child's individual belongings?
§ 747.4307. Must I have a telephone at my child-care home?
§ 747.4309. May I have indoor lofts?
SUBCHAPTER U. INDOOR AND OUTDOOR ACTIVE PLAY SPACE AND EQUIPMENT
DIVISION 1. MINIMUM SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
§ 747.4401. What minimum safety requirements must my active play equipment meet?
§ 747.4403. Are there some types of equipment that children must not use?
§ 747.4405. Are there additional equipment restrictions for children younger than five years of age?
§ 747.4407. What special maintenance procedures must I follow for my active play space and equipment?
DIVISION 2. SWINGS
§ 747.4501. What are the safety requirements for swings?
§ 747.4503. Are there additional safety requirements for bucket swings designed for tots?
§ 747.4505. Are there additional safety requirements for tire swings (multi-axis swings)?
DIVISION 3. PLAYGROUND USE ZONES
§ 747.4601. What does Licensing mean by the term "use zone"?
§ 747.4603. How do I measure the use zone for stationary equipment?
§ 747.4605. How do I measure the use zone for slides?
§ 747.4607. How do I measure the use zone for to-fro swings?
§ 747.4609. How do I measure the use zone for tire swings?
§ 747.4611. How do I measure the use zone for bucket swings?
§ 747.4613. How do I measure the use zone for rotating or rocking equipment?
§ 747.4615. Do these use zone requirements apply to my child-care home if it was registered or licensed before September 1, 2003?
DIVISION 4. PLAYGROUND SURFACING
§ 747.4707. What are unitary surfacing materials?
§ 747.4709. How should unitary surfacing materials be installed?
§ 747.4711. What documentation must I keep at my child-care home if I use unitary surfacing materials?
DIVISION 5. INFLATABLES
§ 747.4751. May I use inflatable active play equipment?
SUBCHAPTER V. SWIMMING POOLS, WADING/SPLASHING POOLS, AND SPRINKLER PLAY
§ 747.4801. What safety precautions must I follow when children in my care use a swimming pool?
§ 747.4803. How should the swimming pool be maintained?
§ 747.4805. Do the same safety precautions apply for above-ground pools?
§ 747.4807. Must I have a fence around a swimming pool at my child-care home?
§ 747.4809. Does having a fence affect my duty to supervise children's access to the pool?
§ 747.4813. What are the safety requirements for wading pools?
§ 747.4815. Are there specific safety requirements for sprinkler play?
§ 747.4817. Can children in my care swim in a body of water other than a swimming pool, such as a lake, pond, or river?
SUBCHAPTER W. FIRE SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PRACTICES
DIVISION 1. FIRE INSPECTION
§ 747.4901. Must I have a fire inspection of my child-care home?
DIVISION 2. EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
§ 747.5001. What is an emergency preparedness plan?
§ 747.5003. What must my emergency preparedness plan include?
§ 747.5005. Must I practice my emergency preparedness plan?
§ 747.5007. Must I have an emergency evacuation and relocation diagram?
§ 747.5009. Must I post an emergency evacuation and relocation diagram?
§ 747.5011. How many exits must my child-care home have?
§ 747.5013. May a window count as one of the designated exits for my child-care home?
§ 747.5015. Must I have emergency lighting in case of an emergency evacuation?
DIVISION 3. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AND SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMS
§ 747.5101. Must my child-care home have a fire-extinguishing system?
§ 747.5103. Am I required to have a fire extinguisher?
§ 747.5105. Where must I mount fire extinguishers?
§ 747.5107. How often must I inspect and service fire extinguishers?
§ 747.5109. How often must I inspect my sprinkler system?
§ 747.5111. Must my child-care home have a smoke-detection system?
§ 747.5113. How must smoke detectors be installed at my child-care home?
§ 747.5115. How often must the smoke detectors at my child-care home be tested?
§ 747.5117. How often must I have an electronic smoke alarm system tested?
DIVISION 4. GAS AND PROPANE TANKS
§ 747.5201. Must I have my child-care home inspected for gas leaks?
DIVISION 5. HEATING DEVICES
§ 747.5301. What steps must I take to ensure that heating devices used at my child-care home do not present hazards to children?
DIVISION 6. CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTION SYSTEMS
§ 747.5331. Must my child-care home have a carbon monoxide detection system?
§ 747.5333. What type of carbon monoxide detection system must I install?
§ 747.5335. How many carbon monoxide detectors must be installed in my child-care home and how must they be installed?
§ 747.5337. How often must I inspect and service the carbon monoxide detection system?
SUBCHAPTER X. TRANSPORTATION
§ 747.5401. What types of transportation does Licensing regulate?
§ 747.5403. What type of vehicle may I use to transport children?
§ 747.5405. What safety precautions must I take when loading and unloading children from the vehicle?
§ 747.5407. What child passenger safety seat system must I use when I transport children?
§ 747.5409. Must caregivers and/or the driver wear a safety belt?
§ 747.5411. May parents provide the child passenger safety seat equipment required for their child?
§ 747.5413. May I place more than one person in each safety belt?
§ 747.5415. May a child ride in a safety belt with a shoulder harness?
§ 747.5417. Must I carry specific information in the vehicles used to transport children in my care?
§ 747.5419. What plan must I have to handle transportation emergencies?
§ 747.5421. Must I have a communications device in a transportation vehicle?