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Juego seguro y divertido

Sin embargo, son también los lugares más comunes donde ocurren lesiones en los programas de la educación en la primera infancia. Los consultores de salud y cuidado infantil de Head Start juegan un papel clave en ayudar a los programas de Head Start y de cuidado infantil a promover el juego activo y minimizar las lesiones.

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Encuentre un trabajo en Head Start cerca de usted o en cualquier lugar de EE. Together you can work to promote the type of low-risk, high-challenge environment that Tobie has shared is so important for growth and development.

Tobie is going to get us started in understanding injuries. Tobie: So, we know that outdoor play is important. And we need to discuss how to reduce the risk for injury and increase the challenge outdoors. The first step is knowing what aspects of the actual learning environment are most likely to cause injuries.

So, we have another poll up. If you could take just a moment to select what you think is the most common cause of injury on the playground. I'm going to go ahead and give folks just another moment to reply. A few said collisions and broken equipment.

And a handful of folks said strangulation. So, let's take a look at what the national data tells us. And we can determine the most common injuries among young children. And here we see that falls are the number one cause of unintentional injury. So, good job. You can also see that fire and burns, poisoning, motor vehicle incidents, and suffocation are also among the major causes of injuries to young children.

Young children can get hurt anywhere, but what this data tells you about where children are likely to get hurt in Head Start and child care programs is on the playground.

Although falls can and do happen anywhere. Over , playground-related injuries are treated in an emergency room each year, and most of these injuries occur at schools or child care centers. Data from playground injury visits to the emergency departments show that injuries are most common in September, April, and May.

Knowing when injuries are more likely to occur shouldn't form a program injury prevention strategy, especially as injuries are most likely to occur at the start of the school year and in the spring when kids may be reorienting themselves to the play equipment after they've been away for the summer or have been inside more often during the winter.

We also know from national data that falls from, into, or on equipment are the most common cause of injury. Falls are most likely to occur on equipment that is not appropriate for the age and development of the children.

And injuries are most likely to occur when the surface on which a child falls is not sufficiently shock absorbing. The equipment pieces that are associated with the most injuries include climbers, such as monkey bars or overhead ladders, swings, and slides.

About 85 percent of all playground injuries occur on these three pieces of equipment. And a few of you who selected strangulation as the most common cause of injury were on to something. The most common cause of death is strangulation.

And that's an injury that chokes the child. This occurs most commonly on slides or swings and involves ropes, dog leashes, or drawstrings that get tangled around a child's neck. Clothing with drawstrings, necklaces, and bicycle helmets should not be worn on playground equipment.

And equipment should be inspected for entanglement hazards such as protruding bolts that can snag clothing or hooks that can catch drawstrings. And playgrounds should always be checked for any children remaining outside unsupervised.

Kimberly: As a consultant, it's important to understand that injuries are not accidents. Most injuries are predictable and preventable. So, as we begin to process the information Tobie has shared about common injuries to young children, let's also consider that injuries are predictable.

Take a look at this rusty swing. Think to yourself, what types of injuries might you predict if you saw a swing like this on a playground? You might predict the child gets a cut from the rusty chain. The chain may break and the child may fall. The child may be pinched by any open or loose chains.

And how about the proverbial banana peel? When we see a banana peel, we often think of someone slipping and falling. The data that Tobie has shared plays an important role in helping us predict the types of injuries a child may receive on the playground.

Injuries are also preventable. Consider the previous slide. We can take steps to prevent the injuries we've predicted from the swing by closing or removing the swing, or prevent injuries from the banana peel just by picking it up.

So, thinking about the information being shared about the most common injuries amongst young children on playgrounds, we can predict some of the types of injuries that may occur and take safety measures to prevent them.

Tobie shared that falls are the most common type of childhood injury. And many of you guessed that on the poll. And programs can predict that falls will occur on their playgrounds. So, programs can take steps to prevent serious injuries by installing or using developmentally-appropriate play equipment to ensure children do not fall from a high level and the challenges on the playground are matched with their ability.

Programs can also install proper surfacing to minimize the severity of an injury if a child does fall. And providing intentional and active supervision — a teacher can maintain a close proximity to children, especially in places that are high risk for injury from a fall such as the slide or monkey bars.

We also encourage safe behaviors. Programs have an opportunity to introduce safety habits to children. We can teach toddlers to wear helmets when they ride along wheeled toys to prevent head trauma. And we can encourage them to drink water and maintain their hydration by having water readily available.

Reinforcing these safe behaviors in an early childhood education program provides lifelong lessons about safety and injury prevention.

As consultants, you can work with your program and teachers to predict and prevent many injuries and allow children to play. Tobie: So, now that we have established a shared understanding of the value and the risks associated with playgrounds, let's talk about some specific ways that a health consultant can ensure that playgrounds are safe for children.

Now, I know that a lot of you were probably assuming that this webinar would focus on specific items related to playground safety such as the proper depth of surfacing or the recommended height of play equipment. And while we'll touch on some of those specifics, the real goal of this webinar is not to make you an expert in all possible playground concerns, but to prepare you to identify common hazards and work with child care staff to implement policies and procedures to minimize the risk of injuries.

Even if I told you all of the specifics about surfacing depths or fall heights, you'd probably forget those details quickly.

So, instead we're going to give you information about the best resources where you can access information when you need it about the details of playground safety such as surfacing depth or how to measure for head entrapments and playground layout.

It's not at all reasonable to expect that every health consultant will be an expert in playground safety, but all health consultants can work together with a program to reduce injuries.

There are four specific steps that a CCHC can take to help child care programs minimize the risk of playground injuries. This includes helping programs identify where and how children are most likely to get hurt during outdoor play, helping programs develop a procedure for conducting a daily inspection of the playground and outdoor environments, ensuring that program staff are actively supervising children at all times, and developing strategies with staff to help them prevent playground injuries.

Safe outdoor play space starts with selecting and correctly installing safe and age and developmentally-appropriate structures. The play space design should not be a hazard and should separate active play areas since as swings and slides from quieter activities such as the sandbox, nature-based learning, and dramatic play areas.

Only equipment that is manufactured for public playgrounds or child care facilities should be used. So, home playground equipment like Little Tykes brand or plastic sets that are sold at Walmart or other local stores are not appropriate.

To assess whether equipment is safe, you should look for these labels. Equipment must meet Consumer Product Safety Commission or CPSC recommendations and the American Society for Testing and Materials, or ASTM, standards.

These are two organizations that set standards for design and manufacturing that ensure the equipment is safe. These logos can give you some peace of mind and knowing the equipment has been developed with the highest safety standards.

And of course, it also needs to be installed according to manufacturer's instructions and properly maintained. If you come away from this webinar with just one resource to help you implement safe practices on a playground, I recommend this resource.

It's the best resource for learning about safe playground design, surfacing equipment based on height, equipment height based on age, and all manner of playground hazards.

This purple book is the Public Playground Safety Handbook. The book is basically the key resource on playground safety. It's available in English and Spanish, and it contains lots of helpful checklists and resources. And it can be your source of expertise for helping to plan a playground or if a specific playground concern arises in a program.

The Outdoor Home Playground Safety Handbook is also available for family child care homes. And for family child care homes, I urge you to review state regulations and licensing requirements and other standards and accreditation to determine whether different standards apply to home-based care settings.

A second resource that's really valuable is Caring for Our Children. You can use the Caring for Our Children National Health and Safety Standards third edition database as a location for science-informed, evidence-based recommendations in early childhood education settings.

Chapter is related entirely to playgrounds and transportation. Kimberly: So, your role as a health consultant is not to know everything but to know all your resources. And the resources Tobie has shared so far are really great.

Another really helpful resource is a certified playground safety inspector, or CPSI. They play an important role in evaluating the safety of a playground. Consultants can connect programs to a local CPSI by searching the website listed on the slide.

The National Recreation and Park Association and the National Program for Playground Safety both certify inspectors. As always, it's important to know your licensing regulations as some states may require inspections by a certified playground safety inspector.

Caring for Our Children, the national health and safety standards provide guidance on using an inspector in standard That's the standard on play equipment requirements.

Caring for Our Children recommends that for new installations, a certified inspector conducts an inspection of the playground plans before it is even installed. For playgrounds that have already been installed, Caring for Our Children recommends they should be inspected at least once each year by an inspector or local regulatory agency and whenever changes are made to the equipment or the intended users change.

Consultants and programs can learn a lot from a certified inspector's complete and high-quality inspection. The inspector will identify hazards, check for proper equipment, installation and maintenance, and provide a report that identifies and prioritize corrective actions to take to address any concerns.

Together with a program, the consultant can review, discuss, and make a plan to address the inspector's concerns that are immediate right now as well as how to plan to prevent any issues in the future. Tobie: So, the previous resources, the purple Playground Safety Handbook, Caring for Our Children, and the expertise of a certified inspector are all tools you can use to learn about specific recommendations for safe playgrounds.

Like I said, a health consultant doesn't need to be the expert as long as he or she knows where to access the right information. One of the handouts that are associated with this webinar includes a list of links to these and other helpful resources.

So, make sure to download those documents and familiarize yourself with these tools. Now although you're not expected to be an expert in playground safety in terms of all of the precise measurements and depths of surfacing, there are some key elements of playground safety that every child care health consultant should know.

The first is the importance of impact-absorbing surfaces. The playground surface is a material that lies under and around playground equipment. The surface material under the equipment should be able to cushion a child's fall. Unsafe playground surfacing materials is the leading cause of playground injury.

So, you remember back to the injury data that we looked at earlier. Children are most often injured in a fall. And it's not because they fall but because the surface on which the fall isn't able to adequately absorb the impact of their fall. Proper surfacing is prevention of predictable injuries. So, we're going to devote just a few slides to this issue.

Now I'm putting a poll up. And please go ahead and select which surface you think is the best for impact absorption on a playground. So, it looks like we have almost half of you selecting unitary surfaces such as pour-in place surfaces or tiles. About a third of you selecting wood chips, a handful forcing pea gravel, sand, and grass.

So, the poll that I just gave you was a little bit of a trick question. And I put it up because the number one question that is received by the National Program on Playground Safety is, what is the best surface to use on playgrounds?

And the answer is that there isn't a single best surface to use on playgrounds. The best surface is the one that the program can afford, the one that the program is able to appropriately maintain, and that meets the needs of the children based on their age, and is workable given the climate where the program is located, all while consistently meeting the standard for depth that is based on the height of the equipment on the playground.

Surfaces such as asphalt, cement, dirt, and grass, however, are not acceptable surfaces. So, I saw that a couple of you selected grass on the previous poll. And I do want to underscore that grass is not an impact-absorbing surface.

And if a child falls onto grass, they are far more likely to get hurt than they are if they fall onto an appropriately maintained surface of wood chips or a pour-in surface or pea gravel or one of the other acceptable surfaces.

Children who fall onto asphalt, cement, dirt, and grass are at increased risk of serious injuries. Unitary material such as tiles, mats, or a rubber surface, like the one that's pictured here on the upper right, are engineered to be sufficiently shock absorbing.

And then loose fill surfaces such as sand, pea gravel, shredded rubber, or engineered wood fiber and mulch, when installed correctly, will also safely cushion the child's fall. You want to consider how data can help inform a decision about which surfacing is best for a particular playground.

So, some of the questions that you would ask are, who's using this space? This is important because some surfaces like pea gravel are not an appropriate choice for infants and toddlers who might put it in their mouth since it can be a choking hazard.

Few of the loose fill material are accessible for wheelchair users without significant accommodation, such as a special wheelchair.

Engineered wood fibers provide a little bit better access, but solid or unitary materials are best if you have children on the playground with mobility impairments. You want to ask whether the program has the ability to maintain the playground surface. All loose fill surfacing required daily raking to maintain depth.

You want to consider how tall the equipment is because sand and pea gravel can't be used at fall heights that are greater than four to five feet. You also want to consider the climate. You need to factor in temperature, wind conditions, and precipitation, because they all impact the surface materials you choose.

Sand, for example, can harden when frozen. Artificial surfaces can get really hot, in fact hot enough to cause burns when they're exposed to direct sunlight. Child Care Weather Watch is a really great resource for determining when outdoor play is not recommended based on weather conditions.

And there's a link that's included at the end of this presentation. I recommend that when considering what type of surface to use, if you have a surface material in mind, ask the manufacturer for the name of someone in your same geographic area who's been using that surfacing for at least a year, and then get feedback on how well it works — whether it's appropriate for the climate, if they've encountered any safety concerns, and if it's workable to maintain that surface in the child care setting.

One reminder is that loose fill material — so that's materials like mulch, sand, pea gravel — all compress about 25 percent over time due to use and weathering. So, this has to be considered when planning a playground.

For example, if this playground will require nine inches of wood chips, then the initial fill level should be at least inches. That Playground Safety Handbook that I mentioned has great charts to tell you what depth of surfacing is needed based on the type of equipment in use.

So, you always want to consider, as a health consultant, how you can support a program in developing a system to ensure that the depth of surface is maintained and what practices the program has in place to maintain safe surfaces.

And how do you know that it's getting done? How do you know they're checking the depth of the playground surfacing? How do you know that it's being raked and maintained on a daily basis? The protective surfacing has to extend for the full use zone, which is the area under and around equipment where children might fall.

These areas must be free of structural hazards such as benches and pieces of play equipment. The use zone is sometimes also called a fall zone, but I like the term use zone because it encompasses more of the activity and it reminds us that you're not just watching for fall hazards but also for collisions and separations between the play area.

The use zone should be free of movable hazards like trikes and toys, rocks, and groups of children who might cluster. A playground surface can't protect a child who falls onto a hard object such as a tricycle instead of onto the protective surface.

And while use zones vary depending on the size and the type of equipment, for most stationary equipment on the playground the use zone should extend six feet in all directions.

And for children 6 ages to 23 months, the use zone should be at least three feet in all directions. Age-appropriate equipment provides children with opportunities to safely practice gross motor skills without putting them at risk for unnecessary injury. This takes us back to the notion of creating playgrounds that are high challenge but low risk.

Children are less likely to fall when equipment is only used with the age group for which it is designed. Equipment that is made according to the ASPM or CPSC standards will clearly be marked with the age group for which it is intended.

And that's usually either 6 to 23 months of age, 2 to 5 years of age, and 5 to 12 years of age. So, any equipment that is marked for 5 to 12 years of age should not be acceptable on a preschool playground. Here are some certain examples of age-appropriate equipment for infants, things like ramps, single-file stepladders, spring rockers, slides, and bucket swings; for preschool-aged children, climbers up to inches in height, rung ladders, belt and tire swings and balance beams; and for school-aged children, climbers up to inches in height, arch climbers, flexible climbers, overhead rings and ladders, poles, and track rides are all age appropriate.

School-aged equipment should not be on playgrounds for children in infant and toddler or preschool programs. And some equipment is not appropriate for any age group. This includes trampolines, swinging gates, climbing ropes that are not secured at both ends, animal figure swings, multiple occupancy swings, ropes swings, and trapeze bars.

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So, we're going to devote just a few slides to this issue. Now I'm putting a poll up. And please go ahead and select which surface you think is the best for impact absorption on a playground.

So, it looks like we have almost half of you selecting unitary surfaces such as pour-in place surfaces or tiles. About a third of you selecting wood chips, a handful forcing pea gravel, sand, and grass.

So, the poll that I just gave you was a little bit of a trick question. And I put it up because the number one question that is received by the National Program on Playground Safety is, what is the best surface to use on playgrounds? And the answer is that there isn't a single best surface to use on playgrounds.

The best surface is the one that the program can afford, the one that the program is able to appropriately maintain, and that meets the needs of the children based on their age, and is workable given the climate where the program is located, all while consistently meeting the standard for depth that is based on the height of the equipment on the playground.

Surfaces such as asphalt, cement, dirt, and grass, however, are not acceptable surfaces. So, I saw that a couple of you selected grass on the previous poll.

And I do want to underscore that grass is not an impact-absorbing surface. And if a child falls onto grass, they are far more likely to get hurt than they are if they fall onto an appropriately maintained surface of wood chips or a pour-in surface or pea gravel or one of the other acceptable surfaces.

Children who fall onto asphalt, cement, dirt, and grass are at increased risk of serious injuries. Unitary material such as tiles, mats, or a rubber surface, like the one that's pictured here on the upper right, are engineered to be sufficiently shock absorbing.

And then loose fill surfaces such as sand, pea gravel, shredded rubber, or engineered wood fiber and mulch, when installed correctly, will also safely cushion the child's fall. You want to consider how data can help inform a decision about which surfacing is best for a particular playground.

So, some of the questions that you would ask are, who's using this space? This is important because some surfaces like pea gravel are not an appropriate choice for infants and toddlers who might put it in their mouth since it can be a choking hazard.

Few of the loose fill material are accessible for wheelchair users without significant accommodation, such as a special wheelchair. Engineered wood fibers provide a little bit better access, but solid or unitary materials are best if you have children on the playground with mobility impairments.

You want to ask whether the program has the ability to maintain the playground surface. All loose fill surfacing required daily raking to maintain depth. You want to consider how tall the equipment is because sand and pea gravel can't be used at fall heights that are greater than four to five feet.

You also want to consider the climate. You need to factor in temperature, wind conditions, and precipitation, because they all impact the surface materials you choose. Sand, for example, can harden when frozen.

Artificial surfaces can get really hot, in fact hot enough to cause burns when they're exposed to direct sunlight. Child Care Weather Watch is a really great resource for determining when outdoor play is not recommended based on weather conditions.

And there's a link that's included at the end of this presentation. I recommend that when considering what type of surface to use, if you have a surface material in mind, ask the manufacturer for the name of someone in your same geographic area who's been using that surfacing for at least a year, and then get feedback on how well it works — whether it's appropriate for the climate, if they've encountered any safety concerns, and if it's workable to maintain that surface in the child care setting.

One reminder is that loose fill material — so that's materials like mulch, sand, pea gravel — all compress about 25 percent over time due to use and weathering. So, this has to be considered when planning a playground. For example, if this playground will require nine inches of wood chips, then the initial fill level should be at least inches.

That Playground Safety Handbook that I mentioned has great charts to tell you what depth of surfacing is needed based on the type of equipment in use. So, you always want to consider, as a health consultant, how you can support a program in developing a system to ensure that the depth of surface is maintained and what practices the program has in place to maintain safe surfaces.

And how do you know that it's getting done? How do you know they're checking the depth of the playground surfacing? How do you know that it's being raked and maintained on a daily basis? The protective surfacing has to extend for the full use zone, which is the area under and around equipment where children might fall.

These areas must be free of structural hazards such as benches and pieces of play equipment. The use zone is sometimes also called a fall zone, but I like the term use zone because it encompasses more of the activity and it reminds us that you're not just watching for fall hazards but also for collisions and separations between the play area.

The use zone should be free of movable hazards like trikes and toys, rocks, and groups of children who might cluster. A playground surface can't protect a child who falls onto a hard object such as a tricycle instead of onto the protective surface. And while use zones vary depending on the size and the type of equipment, for most stationary equipment on the playground the use zone should extend six feet in all directions.

And for children 6 ages to 23 months, the use zone should be at least three feet in all directions. Age-appropriate equipment provides children with opportunities to safely practice gross motor skills without putting them at risk for unnecessary injury.

This takes us back to the notion of creating playgrounds that are high challenge but low risk. Children are less likely to fall when equipment is only used with the age group for which it is designed. Equipment that is made according to the ASPM or CPSC standards will clearly be marked with the age group for which it is intended.

And that's usually either 6 to 23 months of age, 2 to 5 years of age, and 5 to 12 years of age. So, any equipment that is marked for 5 to 12 years of age should not be acceptable on a preschool playground.

Here are some certain examples of age-appropriate equipment for infants, things like ramps, single-file stepladders, spring rockers, slides, and bucket swings; for preschool-aged children, climbers up to inches in height, rung ladders, belt and tire swings and balance beams; and for school-aged children, climbers up to inches in height, arch climbers, flexible climbers, overhead rings and ladders, poles, and track rides are all age appropriate.

School-aged equipment should not be on playgrounds for children in infant and toddler or preschool programs. And some equipment is not appropriate for any age group.

This includes trampolines, swinging gates, climbing ropes that are not secured at both ends, animal figure swings, multiple occupancy swings, ropes swings, and trapeze bars. Again, the purple Playground Safety Handbook has lots of information on how to determine whether equipment is age appropriate.

Although falls are the most common playground injury and proper surfacing is the best way to prevent injury from falls, other common injuries and playgrounds can result from the following.

Protruding bolts or fixtures can injure an eye during a collision or scrape or puncture skin. Protruding bolts that act as a hook can snag clothing which can cause falls or strangle a child. Gaps in equipment such as the space between the platform and the top of the slide or hooks can entangle clothing or entrap body parts, causing trips, falls, or strangulation.

Head entrapment into gaps that are large enough for a child's body to pass through — so that's bigger than. inches— but too small for a child's head to pass through — so that's smaller than nine inches— can injure a child's neck or choke a child. Equipment that spins and moves such as steering wheels or springs on rockers can pinch, cut, or crush fingers or other body parts.

So, you want to make sure that any equipment that spins or moves is not accessible for little fingers. Broken parts or improperly installed equipment can cause injuries if the equipment tips over, breaks during use, or has sharp or loose parts that can cut or entrap a child.

And railings to prevent falls can break if bolts are loose. Swings can dislodge from the swing set if chains and hooks aren't properly maintained. And other outdoor injury risks include environmental factors such as sun and heat, insects, animals, poisonous plants or materials, and water.

Kim is going to put all of this in context when looking at those three pieces of equipment that are most likely to cause injuries on the playground — climbers, swings, and slides.

Kimberly: Thank you so much, Tobie. There are so many things to consider when you are looking at playgrounds. So, it's helpful to go ahead and zone in on a couple of these high-risk areas and think about how all those pieces fit together.

So, let's first go ahead and look at our climbers. While we look at specific concerns related to these different pieces of equipment, always remember that playground injury can happen anywhere.

And many of the concerns are relevant to other types of play equipment, as well. It's also a good practice to observe the playground with and without children present. This way you can understand how the children use the equipment, as well.

So, let's start with the climbers. Climbers promote gross muscle development and are a great way to challenge children to learn new skills. Since we know that many injuries happen on climbers, let's take a look at some of the specific things a consultant could look for and review with a program to prevent serious injuries so that they can play on the climber, enjoy these challenges and growth, but stay safe.

As we discussed earlier, the most common cause for injuries from climbers is from falls. To prevent injuries from falls, there are three important action steps.

First, there's supervision. Some children fall because they aren't using the equipment appropriately. So, good supervision and enforcing of rules that keep children safe while using a climber are always important. Teachers can also position themselves so that they are in close proximity to the children in case a child needs a hand or some extra guidance.

Age-appropriate equipment — sometimes kids fall from climbers because the equipment is too risky for the child. Playgrounds are designed based on the size and development of children within a specified age group.

When children are using playground equipment that's designed for their age group, the risk should be appropriate for their size and development. So, as Tobie mentioned, equipment that's intended for children ages 5 to 12 should not be used by 3 and 4-year-olds.

The size of the steps, the height of platforms, the barriers, and the actual type of climbing equipment should all match the ages of the children using the equipment to ensure children are only using playground equipment designed for their size and development. And the surfacing—if a child does fall from the climber, the surface should absorb the impact of their fall.

The surface must extend at least six feet in all directions from the stationary climber. As Tobie shared, this space is called the fall zone or use zone. The surfacing material should be maintained at a proper depth to cushion any falls.

And from some surface materials, this requires daily maintenance. Additional safety considerations on climbers include the railings, barriers, and platforms. These are important elements of safe climbing. But staff should check regularly to be sure railing, bearings, and platforms stay secure and that the bolts are tight and are not protruding.

Sometimes where children are gaining new skills, they challenge themselves by climbing onto the platform, but they may not really be ready to progress all the way across a climber.

So, it's important that there is sufficient room to allow the child to reverse direction and climb back down. Now let's go ahead and take a look at swings. Swings are a great piece of playground equipment. Children enjoy them and they promote the use of big muscles, balance, and help kids develop a sense of how objects move through space.

Consultants can look for predictable risk factors and work with the program to take simple measures to prevent and minimize the injuries so children can enjoy the swing. As Tobie shared again, the protective surfacing is important to minimize serious injuries from any falls. When looking at protective surfacing around swings, keep a few things in mind.

The protective surfacing should extend throughout the full use zone for a swing, which is really quite large. For swings, this zone should extend twice the height of the beam to the front and back.

Also, as children swing back and forth, some types of surfacing materials move as children's feet kick back and forth, and the proper death may not be maintained. So, a consultant can work with staff to ensure that safe surfacing material is maintained around the swing.

Another area of concerns about swings are the S-hook. Looking at the chains together with staff allows a consultant to share what a safe S-hook looks like, and also look at ones that may be of concern so that you can answer questions from the teachers.

And open S-hook can snag clothing and pose a strangulation risk, or the swing can dislodge from the hook, causing a child to fall.

Staff should look at the chains and S-hooks to make sure they are in good condition. S-hooks should be closed so that nothing thicker than a dime can fit through the gap. In addition to ensuring this swing and surfacing is safe, it's also important that staff and children are aware of safe behaviors when swings are in use.

The consultant can work with staff to ensure the zone in front and behind the swing are kept clear. It's important that staff actively supervise to make sure children don't walk in front or behind a swinging child.

So, lastly, we will consider slides. Slides are one of the most popular pieces of playground equipment. Children are encouraged to climb and are able to develop core strength while having lots of fun. Slides can also be risky.

Falls from platforms are a concern as well as falls onto the surface at the bottom of the slide if a child is going too fast. Slides also pose a number of other risks. The slide can crack. And this crack is a risk for entanglement if a child's clothing get snagged. A crack may also be sharp and may cause a laceration.

An enclosed slide poses challenges with supervision. Consultants can work with staff to ensure the supervision plan always includes a sweep of the playground to check for any child hiding or trapped inside.

A consultant can work with staff to take a proactive approach to preventing injuries from slides. The consultant can observe staff to see whether they enforce rules for using the slide safely, such as not cleaning up the slide and not pushing a child down the slide. A consultant can also work with staff in a program to implement a process for frequent monitoring of the slide for cracks and for checking the enclosed types of slides before leaving the program to make sure no child are being left inside.

It's also important to remember to check for children's clothing and to ensure there's no strings near their neck, such as with a drawstring clothing. Many of the causes of injuries we discussed may be prevented through identification of the hazard, as well as daily maintenance. Tobie is now going to share how consultants can work with programs to create an individualized approach to ensure their playgrounds are well maintained to prevent injuries.

Tobie: So, once you know which features and areas of a playground to examine when you're looking at a playground from a safety lens, you can help a program develop a routine inspection to identify and prevent hazards.

Outdoor play spaces are subject to a lot of wear and tear from use, sometimes misuse, from weather conditions. So, even if a program has correctly installed safe and age and developmentally-appropriate equipment, it still requires regular inspections and maintenance.

While the consultant can conduct occasional inspections of the playground or can address specific concerns that a program might have, and the certified playground safety inspector will conduct an annual inspection, the child care health consultant should also ensure that health care staff conduct a safety check before every single use of the playground with a reliable checklist.

This so-called sweep will identify hazards that may have appeared suddenly such as broken glass, syringes, or animal feces. And a daily safety check will also alert staff to any pieces of equipment that may have broken or become worn since last being used. Some general items to include in a daily inspection may include ensuring that the playground is free from hazardous debris such as glass or needles, from trash, standing water, or trip hazards; ensuring that the use zones are free from obstacles that may have been moved into them, such as tricycles or movable benches; ensuring that displaced loose fill surfacing is raked; that platforms and pads are free of sand and surfacing debris and any tripping hazards; and that the area is scanned for insects or insect nests, broken equipment, weather-related hazards such as hot surface or equipment, ice, or other damage from weather.

A monthly inspection would include checking for loose or missing hardware, checking equipment for broken parts, splinters, rust, or sharp edges, replenishing loose fill surfacing if needed, and checking vegetation for hazardous or poisonous plants.

A health consultant can work with a program to develop a plan for how staff will conduct their daily or monthly inspections. Although you can't see the full form that is on the slide, it includes both daily and monthly inspection tasks. A copy of this form is from the Model Child Care Health Policies and is included in the handout for this webinar.

If you google Model Child Care Health Policies, you'll find the fifth edition — that's the most recent edition — for some additional information on playground safety checklists as well as policy recommendations.

The plans for conducting daily inspections should include identifying who is responsible for the daily and monthly inspections; identifying how the inspections are documented and who checked to make sure that they are being done appropriately, as well as who signs off on the forms; and then a process for dealing with any identified hazards.

I want to make really clear that checklists themselves don't solve problems. Systems have to be in place to ensure that they are used and that follow up is activated any time an issue is identified.

This is an area where playground safety measures often fail. There has to be a system in place to conduct inspections and then respond in a timely manner when something is identified.

It's too common for someone to notice a hazard but to forget to report it or for somebody to report a hazard but then people forget to follow through to correct it.

Many checklists include space for writing down a corrective action plan. Once the hazard is identified the person completing the form will write down what steps should be taken to correct the problem, including identifying who will fix it, what needs to be done, and when it will be done.

The process should also include a system to check that the problem was fixed in a timely manner. A record of any injury reported to have occurred on the playground should also trigger an additional inspection of that piece of equipment.

This will help identify potential hazards or dangerous design features that should be corrected. Programs should consider having a second staff person look over the inspection form each day to make sure they are being completed and to make sure that any hazards documented are addressed.

Kimberly: So, a consultant can really support programs when thinking about the playground inspection forms. As Tobie shared a number of different examples of playground checklists, they're a really great place to start. So, you can begin to individualize and adapt it for your own program.

Perhaps you don't have swings or perhaps you don't have a climber. So, you can really start with a form that's informed by the experts, such as the one for Model Child Care Health Policies, or from the purple United States Consumer Product Safety Commission playground book, and work together to adapt it to meet your needs.

And don't forget any information you may have gotten from your inspection by a certified playground inspector. That's also really helpful information that can help inform items that you want to include on your checklist.

Los parques infantiles ofrecen una gran oportunidad para apoyar el desarrollo físico y social de los niños al aire libre. Sin embargo, son también los lugares más comunes donde ocurren lesiones en los programas de la educación en la primera infancia. Los consultores de salud y cuidado infantil de Head Start juegan un papel clave en ayudar a los programas de Head Start y de cuidado infantil a promover el juego activo y minimizar las lesiones.

Vea este webinario para aprender sobre las maneras de crear parques infantiles más seguros en inglés. Póster sobre cómo mantener a los niños seguros en el patio de juegos. Los parques infantiles son un gran apoyo para el desarrollo físico y social de los niños.

Utilice este póster para encontrar consejos sobre cómo mantener a los niños seguros en el patio de juego. Resource Type: Artículo. National Centers: Gestión de Programas y Operaciones Fiscales. Audience: Directores y gerentes. Pasar al contenido principal.

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