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Unregistered 11:35 AM 06-09-2021
looking for a well organized template to follow for licensing binder
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Cat Herder 12:02 PM 06-09-2021
I printed off the actual list of things my inspector was required to see and set up the binder in that exact order to make it as efficient and fast as possible.

Mine:

1. Current License
2. Children’s Records/Immunization Certificates
3. Criminal Records Checks
4. Assistant Orientation Form.
5. 2 Years Training Certificates, 10 hours/year minimum.
6. CPR/First Aid Certifications
7. First Aid Kit Supply List and Expiration Dates.
8. 2 years Fire Drills.
9. Pet Vaccination Records.
10. Written Emergency Plans.
11. Emergency Numbers.
12. Communicable Disease Chart.
13. Water Approval.
14. Septic Approval.
15. Fire Extinguisher Checks and Expiration.
16. 2 Years Prior Visits.
17. Rules and Regulations.
18. Indicator Manual.
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284878 01:14 PM 06-09-2021
Originally Posted by Cat Herder:
I printed off the actual list of things my inspector was required to see and set up the binder in that exact order to make it as efficient and fast as possible.

Mine:

1. Current License
2. Children’s Records/Immunization Certificates
3. Criminal Records Checks
4. Assistant Orientation Form.
5. 2 Years Training Certificates, 10 hours/year minimum.
6. CPR/First Aid Certifications
7. First Aid Kit Supply List and Expiration Dates.
8. 2 years Fire Drills.
9. Pet Vaccination Records.
10. Written Emergency Plans.
11. Emergency Numbers.
12. Communicable Disease Chart.
13. Water Approval.
14. Septic Approval.
15. Fire Extinguisher Checks and Expiration.
16. 2 Years Prior Visits.
17. Rules and Regulations.
18. Indicator Manual.
Lol I did too. My old licensor thanked me for doing it.
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Cat Herder 01:33 PM 06-09-2021
Originally Posted by 284878:
Lol I did too. My old licensor thanked me for doing it.
It makes a huge difference. Theirs is an unpleasant job that pays poorly and puts a lot of wear and tear on their personal vehicles.

I am just glad ours seems to have stop hiring retired tenured school teachers who are used to living way above our pay scale. Expecting a $100,000 environment at $20,000 resources was insulting. We do well with what we have but with those attitudes, nothing was ever good enough.

My last two inspectors have been amazing. I have yet to meet my new one.
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