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Free Nursing and Assisted Living Facility Forms Policies for Residential Care, Nursing Homes, ALF, RCFE, CCL

Activity Department Safety Rules

The public would be surprised to see how many lawsuits are brought against a care facility due to a resident's involvement in an activity. It is essential for every activity director and volunteer to ensure resident(s) safety at all times.
These rules have been updated numerous times over a 20 year period. Every time a lawsuit or accident happened that the staff of ProvidersWeb became aware of, we updated the safety rules accordingly to prevent the event from happening to anyone else. The process of discovering a risk, and creating policies and procedures to advert the risk like safety rules, is called risk management.

All interior decorations are required to be non-flammable. Decorations must not be hung in such a manner that will interfere with the fire sprinkler system or block fire doors.

Document size: 161 KB   (164,899 bytes)
Version: 4.0
Created: October 6, 2003
Last updated: July 19, 2017

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This document is located in the following chapters:

Folder Forms / 01 Activities (142 docs)
Folder Activity Manual / 10 Activity Dept Training Manual... / 01 Activity Safety Training (13 docs)
Folder Business Essentials / 00 Owner and Administrator Forms... / 05 Quality Assurance (124 docs)

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