Active supervision helps programs create safe learning environments by taking a systematic approach to child supervision. This webinar introduces the concept and tips for implementing active supervision strategies.
Early childhood programs keep children safe when their facilities, materials, and equipment are hazard-free and all staff use safety practices such as active supervision. Find resources to help staff and families reduce the number and severity of childhood injuries everywhere that children learn and grow. Discover tips for use at home, in cars and buses, on the playground, and in all early childhood settings.
Eye injuries in children are common, but most are preventable. Review these tips on preventing eye injuries and responding when they happen.
Use this checklist to gather information after a major disaster. This can inform your recovery efforts so you can make sure that the facility is safe for the return of the children in your care.
Watch this webinar to learn how to protect vulnerable children and support at-risk families.
Follow the recommendations in this printable poster to reduce the risk of injury while caring for young children.
Everyone who works in Head Start and Early Head Start programs is a mandated reporter of suspected child abuse and neglect. View this collection of resources to learn more and find professional development opportunities.
iLookOut provides an online professional development course for mandated reporters designed specifically for early childhood staff and providers. Read this FAQ to learn more about the course, who should take it, and how to access it.
Explore Chapter 5: Health Outbreaks and Pandemics.
Poison Control centers across the country report an increase in calls related to hand sanitizer, cleaning, and disinfectant products. These tips can keep children safe from poisoning at home.
It is key for home visitors to feel safe and know how to maintain personal safety. Learn how to help create an emotionally safe environment for both home visitors and families.