Sleep & Rest Risk Assessment - FREE Template
Stay Compliant with Sleep & Rest requirements under the NQF
What is a Sleep & Rest Risk Assessment?
and why you need one...
Services have already been required to have these risk assessments developed:
- Emergency and evacuation
- Regular transportation of children
But from 1 Oct 23, services have been required to develop the following risk assessment, which in turn are to be used to develop corresponding policies and procedures at the service:
- Safe arrival of children
- Sleep and rest
These risk assessments must address certain matters, which means a generic risk assessment template won’t meet the requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulations.
Download your FREE template for sleep & rest risk assessments to make sure you’re complying with the National Quality Framework and minimising the risk of harm to children in your service.
Steve holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Commercial Law) and Certificate IV in Children’s Services (Outside School Hours Care). He has over 15 years experience working in OSHC, and is currently studying a Diploma of School Age Education and Care.
Throughout his career, Steve has worked for a variety of providers, from large corporate providers that operate multiple services to small community and faith-based organisations that operate just one service, and everything in between.
Prior to joining Firefly HR Steve worked at the National Authority (ACECQA), within the Sector Information Services team and the Quality Support Program. The latter role saw him provide mentoring and coaching to service leaders from across NSW.
A natural motivator and skilful leader, Steve has a proven track record of transforming services, making him a sought-after consultant and workshop presenter.