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Materials that must be posted.

The following must be posted in the licensed space during operating hours and clearly visible to the parents, guardians and staff:
(1) A statement of the licensee's philosophy of child development;
(2) Emergency information, including:
(a) 911 or emergency services number;
(b) Name of the licensee, telephone number(s), emergency contact information, address, and directions from the nearest major arterial street or nearest cross street to the licensed home;
(c) Washington poison center toll-free phone number; and
(d) DSHS children's administration intake (child protective services) toll-free telephone number;
(3) Emergency preparedness plan and drills with the following information:
(a) Dates and times of previous drills;
(b) Procedure for sounding alarm;
(c) Monthly smoke detector check, and carbon monoxide detector check if carbon monoxide detectors are required under WAC 170-296A-2950;
(d) Floor plan with escape routes and emergency exits identified; and
(e) Emergency medical information or explanation of where that information can be found;
(4) Child care licensing information including:
(a) The current department-issued child care license;
(b) If applicable, a copy of current department-approved exceptions to the rules;
(5) If applicable, notice of any current or pending department enforcement action. Notice must be posted:
(a) Immediately upon receipt; and
(b) For at least two weeks or until the violation causing the enforcement action is corrected, whichever is longer;
(6) A notice stating that additional information about the child care license is available upon request to the licensee. This information includes:
(a) Copies of department monitoring checklists;
(b) If applicable, any facility licensing compliance agreements (FLCA);
(c) If applicable, copy of any enforcement action taken by the department for the previous three years; and
(d) If applicable, notice that the licensee does not have liability insurance coverage, or that the coverage has lapsed or been terminated. See RCW 43.215.535;
(7) A statement on how the licensee will communicate with the parent or guardian on their child's development and parenting support; and
(8) A typical daily schedule as described in WAC 170-296A-6550.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.215.060, 43.215.070, chapter 43.215 RCW, and 2011 c 297. WSR 11-23-068, § 170-296A-2175, filed 11/14/11, effective 3/31/12.]