Free Child Safety Resources
To obtain a replacement 10-hour or 30-hour card, contact your Outreach trainer. A replacement card can only be issued if the class was taken within the last five years. OSHA does not keep records of these classes and cannot provide a replacement card.
Sowing The Seeds Of The Future: Long Island Head Start improved healthy habits in many ways. They increased vegetable and fruit consumption and adopted several new physical activities. Incorporating yoga into the children’s routine has improved wellness, focus and creativity. Through gardening activities children enjoy learning about where food comes from. Watch the kids in action and interviews with proud parents and teachers.
Through this program, workers can attend 10-hour or 30-hour classes delivered by OSHA-authorized trainers. The 10-hour class is intended to provide workers with awareness of common job-related safety and health hazards, while the 30-hour class is more appropriate for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility. Through this training, OSHA helps to ensure that workers are more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights, and contribute to our nation's productivity.
Sample ECE Policies: Breastfeeding and Infant Feeding, Child Nutrition, Family Engagement, Family Style Dining, Indoor and Outdoor Play, and Worksite Wellness (Word docs—for quick download, please use Chrome or Firefox)
First Years in the First State — Improving Nutrition & Physical Activity: A toolkit developed by Nemours’ Health & Prevention Services (NHPS) for the Delaware Department of Education and funded by a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Team Nutrition grant. Includes self-assessments, menu plans, recipes, shopping lists, budget-saving tips and more.
Barriers to Equity in Nutritional Health for U.S. Children and Adolescents: A Review of the Literature (Springer Link): U.S. children and adolescents from low-income and ethnic/racial minority backgrounds experience greater risk for obesity and poor nutrition. This article reviews research to date addressing the potential for improvements in child care environments and food system policy to promote health equity.
Training Opportunities and Resources for CACFP Sponsors: This webinar highlights the free online Healthy Kids, Healthy Future (formerly Let’s Move! Child Care — LMCC) training modules. The six training modules provide practical strategies for implementing best practices in the early care and education (ECE) setting for preventing childhood obesity.
Healthy Minds: Nurturing Your Child’s Healthy Development: These articles from the nonprofit organization Zero to Three provide examples and encouragement for parents and caregivers to understand and nurture child development from birth to 36 months.
NAEYC and Caring for Our Children 2nd Edition Physical Activity and Nutrition Standards Crosswalk: This document compares the similar standards from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and Caring for Our Children 2nd Edition regarding physical activity, nutrition and technology.
Healthy Active Living (Head Start/ECLKC): These educational tools were designed to support and engage Head Start staff as they partner with families in healthy eating and active living. Includes a flipchart, worksheets, postcards, children’s activities, self-study courses, and fact and tip sheets.
Through the program, individuals who complete a four day OSHA trainer course are authorized to teach the Disaster Site Worker Course #7600. Authorized trainers can receive OSHA course completion cards for their students.