`child of compulsory school age` means a child between the ages of five and twelve who has started attending nursery or primary school. Wash. Admin. Code 170-295-0010. The applicant and any female employee fourteen years of age and older, as well as any household member 16 years of age and older, must provide documents signed by a licensed physician for tuberculosis tests or treatments including: (1) a negative Mantoux test (also known as a tuberculin skin test (TST) or a negative interferon gamma release test (IGRA), that was carried out in the twelve months preceding the application for a licence or employment. ng has been completed; or (2) a previous or current positive TST or a positive IGCI with documentation within the last twelve months: (a) a chest x-ray with negative results; or (b) evidence that the person is receiving or has received treatment for active or latent tuberculosis diseases and is authorized to work safely in a child care facility. As used in this section, „latent tuberculosis“ means when a person is infected with the tuberculosis virus but has not developed an active tuberculosis disease. Yes, the written travel permit is valid if one parent signs it, if the other parent is dead or was not listed in the child`s birth certificate. The travel authorization may also be valid with the signature of a parent if that parent has legal and physical custody of the minor child. However, if the other parent files legal proceedings, the written travel authorization may be invalid and the court may issue an order against the trip. Reception of a child who does not have current vaccinations. To meet the requirements of the Confederation, a licensee who uses a crib with children in care must comply with this section.

1. As of December 28, 16, 2012, each crib used in licensed child care must meet U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) requirements for full-size cribs, in accordance with Federal Regulations Code (C.F.R.) 1219 or unfilled crèches as defined in 16 C.F.R. 1220. (2) A baby cot meets the requirements of this Division where the crib is marked by the manufacturer as manufactured on or after June 28, 2011. 3. A marked crib from 1 July 2010 to 27 June 2011 may meet the requirements of this Section if the policyholder has received a certificate of conformity from the manufacturer or importer of the crèche or if the customer has other documents from the manufacturer indicating that the crib is certified to the CPSC rules. 4. Cribs which do not comply with paragraph 2 or paragraph 3 of this Section shall be removed from the childcare facility by 28 December 2012. 5.

The licensee shall maintain a protocol in the licensed space that refines that each crib used meets the requirements of this Section. 1. The licensee and the staff shall be responsible for properly washing and teaching the children by hand. Good handwashing procedures include: (a) tightening hands with hot water; (b) apply soap to the hands; (c) wash their hands; (d) rinse hands; (e) hand drying using a paper towel, disposable towel or hand dryer; and (f) Turn off the water with a paper towel or disposable cloth cloth. (2) Paper towels are disposed of for single use. 3. When using cloth wipes, the licensee must wash and disinfect each towel after a single use. (4) If an air hand dryer is used, it shall be equipped with heat protection to prevent incineration and shall be automatically switched off.

1. The licensee and any female employee are required to notify the DSHS Children`s Administration of child protection services (CPS) or law enforcement agencies, within forty-eight hours, in accordance with RCW 26.44.030 and the Division: (a) suspicion of child abuse or neglect; (b) disclosure of sexual or physical abuse committed by a child; (c) inappropriate sexual contact between two or more children; or (d) attempted suicide of a child or attempted suicide. 2. The licensee or the chief agent shall immediately report to the CPS, law enforcement and the department the death of a child in the care of the licensee or as a result of injuries or illnesses that may have arisen during the custody of the child. . . .