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(a) A child care facility shall
(1) establish written records necessary to demonstrate compliance with the applicable requirements of AS 14.37 and this chapter;
(2) retain records demonstrating compliance for at least three years from the record's creation; and
(3) permit a licensing representative to review records, including personnel and evaluation records and applicable portions of board or other governing body minutes, to determine compliance with AS 14.37 and this chapter.
(b) A child care facility shall maintain records on forms prescribed by the department unless the child care facility uses alternate forms that contain the essential elements of the prescribed forms.
(c) A child care facility shall maintain confidentiality of information about a child and the child's family.
(d) A child care facility shall maintain personnel records for employees and volunteers. For employees, these records shall include starting and ending dates, application materials, annual and interim performance evaluations, orientation and training documentation, personnel action memoranda of commendation or reprimand, and similar items. For regular volunteers, records may be limited to starting and ending dates, application materials, and an evaluation notation. For occasional volunteers, records may be limited to starting and ending dates.
History: Eff. 1/1/96, Register 136; am 3/1/98, Register 145; am 2/8/2002, Register 161
Authority: AS 14.37.020
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