Play equipment should be selected for safety and sanitation.
(h) Swings should have rubber sling or wooden seats and no heavy
(i) "S-hook" fasteners must be closed, and there should be no
openings large enough for a child to insert a finger.
h. AR 608-10 states the following requirements for the water supply at
Water supplies will be from approved sources.
(2) Remember, water supplies must come from approved sources and
follow Army regulations
i. TB MED 530 states the following requirements for food service at CDS
(1) Food service activities will comply with applicable portions of
TB MED 530.
(2) Sack or bag lunches, if provided by the parent, must be labeled
with child's full name, dated, and properly stored.
(3) Infant food and/or formula prepared or provided by the parent will be
suitably labeled with the child's full name, dated, and accompanied by feeding
instructions. Such food or formula will be properly stored. Preparation of infant
formula at the center is prohibited. Commercially prepared formula may be used.
Remember these important points.
(a) Bag lunches must be labeled with the child's name, dated, and
(b) Infant food or formula must be labeled with the child's full name,
be dated, and have feeding instructions.
Child development service facilities cannot prepare infant
Figure 2-1 (DA Form 4841-R) shows a sample checklist for CDS Facilities.
As with other inspection checklists, you should not depend entirely on the checklist
but base your observations on your knowledge of sanitation and safety at CDS